7 Finance & Investing Books For Your Summer Reading List

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There is a long weekend ahead for many, so we decided to share a few of our favorite stock market, investing, and business books ahead of the 4th of July holiday weekend. Many of us may be staying closer to home than we had originally planned, but that doesn’t mean we can’t escape with a great book.

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Here are a few of our favorites and as a side note, these are tied to affiliate links, so by clicking these links and purchasing them, you will support Call Put Strike with your purchases when Amazon gives us a little kickback. If you’re looking for more books that are educational for business owners and entrepreneurs, we also put together a similar list here: Must-have books for Entrepreneurs Starting a Business. These are in no particular order. Enjoy!

 1.) Snowball: Warren Buffett and the Business of Life

2.) The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America’s Rich

3.) Principles by Ray Dalio

4.) The Power Broker: Robert A. Caro

5.) Liar’s Poker by Michael Lewis

6.) A Random Walk Down Wall Street

7.) The Intelligent Investor: The Definitive Book on Value Investing

This is by no means a complete list, but it does give you a mix of biographies from Warren Buffett, to Wall Street fun reads like Liar’s Poker, and the now epic, The Power Broker, which has been finding its way on to the bookshelves of prominent TV guests throughout the COVID-19 lockdown, almost as a badge of honor.

Did we miss any? Share your favoritees in the comments below.

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