4 Investment Books Warren Buffett wants you to read

Ever wondered what Books Warren Buffett have been recommending over the last couple of years? We put together a list of 4 of Warren Buffett’s best book recommendations:

1 . Poor Charlies Almanack by Charlie Munger

It is no surprise that he recommends to read Charlie Munger’s famous book. “Just buy a copy and carry it around; it will make you look urbane and erudite,” Buffett said in his 2010 shareholder letter.

2. The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham

Another recommendation that will not surprise anybody. Warren Buffett mentioned the book numerous times in Annual Meetings and Interviews.

“Of all the investments I ever made, buying Ben’s book was the best. In contrast, Ben’s ideas were explained logically in elegant, easy-to-understand prose .” – Warren Buffett

3. The Outsiders: Eight Unconventional CEOs and Their Radically Rational Blueprint for Success by By William N. Thorndike

I’m sure you heard about this Business book before. It was recommended to me quite a lot of times and it is also one of Buffett’s favorites

″[‘The Outsiders’] is an outstanding book about CEOs who excelled at capital allocation,” Buffett wrote in his 2012 shareholder Letter. “It has an insightful chapter on our director, Tom Murphy, overall the best business manager I’ve ever met.”

4. The Clash of the Cultures: Investment vs. Speculation By John C. Bogle

Warren Buffett recommended reading this book in his 2012 Shareholder Letter. “I also recommend The Clash of the Cultures by Jack Bogle”. The book discusses the changing culture in the mutual fund industry and how speculation has invaded our national retirement system.