10 Books Investors Should Read

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The Great Crash

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(Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)

John Kenneth Galbraith (1954)

This slim, classic volume explains the market mania of the 1920s and its inevitable implosion. But change the names and numbers and it describes just about any market bubble. For some strange reason, it’s popular again.

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