Hey guys, just looking for recommendations for readings. Not really trying to be sold one single economic theory- I just want to not feel retarded on the subject anymore.Have taken micro/macroeconomics in college but that was 6 years ago.Any suggestions?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_important_publications_in_economicsThis is a pretty solid list of books. As a rule of thumb, start with the oldest. Take a look at "The Wealth of Nations" by Adam Smith, 243 beautiful years and is STILL making the list.
Very interesting, do you have any personal contemporary favorites?
>>12729038wealth of nationsdas kapital
>>12729038Thomas Sowell's Economic Facts and Fallacies.He comes off as conservative but I'd call him a pragmatist.
>>12729038introduction to economic growth - best macro book out there on growth. Comes with math, but can be read without doing any of it.
>>12729665by Jones that is. introduction to modern economic growth my acemogul should be good too, but never read it.
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all added to my list, any more?
The Bujee Intelligentsia InvestadorRefer to Ch.8
>>12729941Awhile ago in 2018 there was an anon that recommended these:Core>Principles of Corporate Finance by Brealey, Myers, Allen>Investments by Bodie, Kane, Marcus>Options, Futures, and Other Derivatives by HullSales and Trading>Option and Volatility and Pricing by Sheldon Natenburg>Advances in Financial Machine Learning by Prado>Dynamic Hedging by TalebValuation>The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham>Margin of Safety by Seth Klarman>Valuation by McKinsey>Investment Valuation by DamodaranM&A>Torrent Wall Street Prep or Breaking Into Wall Street Premium and do the modeling courses>Investment Banking: Valuation, LBOs, and M&A by Rosenbaum & Pearl>Financial Modeling by BenningaI am only really certain about "The Intelligent Investor" and "Options, Futures, and Other Derivatives" by Hull, I have yet to start with the others.