An archive of articles from newspapers, associations and experts about financial books including recommended reading lists.
| Trading book recommendations from Naked Trader Robbie Burns
by Robbie Burns
Read. Read. And read some more. I know my book, The Naked Trader, is superb, but you should be reading others too.
| Bestselling Books of 2011 in the Global Investor Bookshop
Our top 10 books and top 5 eBooks from 2011.
| Industry expert picks of 2011
The pick of the best titles from the last 12 months. Chosen by our panel of finance, investment and trading experts.
| Here are my top 10 titles to pack for the holidays
by Tom Stevenson
Packing books to read on holiday can be a triumph of hope over experience. One day I'll get round to War and Peace and Ulysses but I won't be surprised if, this year, my determination falls victim once again to sun, sea and Sancerre.
The one thing I don't expect to be reading about this summer, however, is a super soaraway stock market, so I anticipate a good opportunity to sit back and do some big-picture investment reading. Here are 10 titles, you might consider slipping into your case.
| The Best Books On Investing
by The Motley Fool School
A great way of improving your investment skills is to read the thoughts of others. The investment scene is littered with books that outline the stock picking principles behind many legendary stock pickers. While by no means covering every single publication, this feature will help narrow down the field for the Foolish stock picker.
| Ten Books To Improve Your Portfolio
by Maynard Paton of The Motley Fool
A great way of improving your portfolio's performance is to buy good books on investing. There are zillions of publications out there, but the following ten books should really feature in every investor's library. They cover a variety of investment topics, offer sound guidelines on how to approach the market in a sensible manner and should help build a rewarding portfolio.
| Investing by the Book - the 10 Best Books Ever Written on Investment
by Richard Lambert, former editor of the FT