Warren Buffett's Top 10 Recommended Books For Investors

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Poor Charlie's Almanack

The vice president of Berkshire and longstanding business colleague of Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, shares his wealth of knowledge on finance in the form of talks and writings collected in this book.

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The Intelligent Investor

Warren Buffett frequently references 'The Intelligent Investor' as a favorite book. 'When I started, I was happy to see the market increase. According to a CNBC story in 2011, he stated, 'Then I read chapter eight of Ben Graham's 'The Intelligent Investor,'' which addresses how investors should think about price changes in stocks.

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Mitek: A Global Success Story, 1981-2011

According to the research, Berkshire's profitable subsidiary MiTek Industries Inc. supplies engineered building products. This book describes how MiTek, a small Midwestern company founded in 1955, rose from near bankruptcy to industry dominance.

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A Few Lessons for Investors and Managers From Warren Buffett

Managers and investors seeking historical advice from the Oracle of Omaha should read this short, accessible book. Buffett allegedly discusses business value, excellent and bad enterprises, acquisitions and associated traps, risk reduction, corporate governance, and trust.

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Tap Dancing to Work: Warren Buffett on Practically Everything

Carol Loomis, a former editor-at-large at Fortune magazine and the author of 'Tap Dancing to Work,' received a shout-out from Buffett in his letter from 2012 to shareholders. According to the report, he stated that she 'has been invaluable to me in editing this letter since 1977.'

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The Clash of the Cultures: Investment vs. Speculation

Warren Buffett suggested this book in his 2012 annual letter. In 'Clash of the Cultures,' John C. Bogle, founder of The Vanguard Group (and the creator of the world's first index fund), writes about the changing culture in the mutual fund industry, how speculation has infiltrated our national retirement system, and the need for a federal standard of fiduciary duty.

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Berkshire Hathaway Letters to Shareholders

This collection of letters from Berkshire Hathaway, dating back to 1965, is only one of many Max Olson has assembled. It allegedly features an index that Buffett found 'particularly useful,' providing page numbers for individuals, businesses, and topics, as reported in 2013.

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40 Chances: Finding Hope in a Hungry World

When Warren Buffett said he would donate most of his fortune to philanthropy in 2006, he challenged his son, Howard G. Buffett, to accomplish something remarkable. Howard gave himself 40 years to spend over $3 billion on this endeavor. Buffett said readers 'will enjoy this book,' which chronicles that voyage.

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Limping On Water

This book reveals much about its executives, Tom Murphy and Dan Burke. According to Warren Buffett's 2015 statement in the book, 'Much of what you become in life depends on people you choose to admire and copy,' 'These two were the best managerial duo that Charlie and I ever seen, both in what they accomplished and how they did it.

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Shoe Dog

When asked about the finest book he read in 2016, Warren Buffett wrote 'Shoe Dog.' He also said that the author Phil Night, who helped start Nike and is now chairman emeritus, is 'a very wise, smart, and competitive guy who is also a gifted storyteller.'

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