Rakesh Jhunjhunwala recommended best books for Aspiring Investors

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala recommended best books for Aspiring Investors
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Here are some of Rakesh Jhunjhunwala books collection, in fact his favourites and you should also read it to be inspired, motivated and to be on the right track towards investing in the Stock market.

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala is India’s most distinctive investor, the big Bull of Dalal Street and one the richest man in India.

He is also sometimes referred to as ‘The Golden Hand’ of Indian stock market.

People believe that everything he invests gives extraordinary returns.

Such is his popularity that there are people who track his portfolio and invest in the same companies that he invests.

He attributes his success to his early days when he would learn as much as possible by reading books.

His advice to aspiring investors in not to depend on borrowed knowledge, but invest time to read solid books on investing to become a successful investor.

Here are Rakesh Jhunjhunwala books collection recommended for aspiring Investors

Methods of a Wall Street Master by Victor Sperandeo

The Author, a very successful trader himself explains his trading methods in detail through this book.

His focus on Business Cycles and role of central bankers in creating business cycles is worth reading.

Furthermore, the book is based on practical experience of the author and hence is immensely useful to traders and investors.

This is a must read book recommended by legendary investor, Rakesh Jhunjhunwala. (Click here to read more reviews on Amazon)

One Up on Wall Street by Peter Lynch

This is a very helpful book for those who want to gain some basic knowledge about how stocks work in the financial market and how to select the best portfolio of securities.

Also, the author shared his experiences about how he felt or how he dealt with losses and success when investing.

If you are thinking about buying individual stocks, this is a must read book before purchasing your first stock.

In conclusion, this book is also highly recommended by Rakesh Jhunjhunwala. (Click here to read more reviews on Amazon)

The Making of an American Capitalist

This book is a fantastic biography of Warren Buffett.

I think anyone who wants to learn about Warren Buffett or his investment techniques etc should first read this book before anything else.

It is written time-chronologically, from the time around the early 1930s to around 1994. Here we can observe how Buffett had a great desire to be rich since he was young.

But in his teen years, after being involved in several business ventures, he longed for a method which is more consistent in making money. (Click here to read more reviews on Amazon)

The Alchemy of Finance by George Soros

This book is an extraordinary inside look into the decision-making process of the most successful money manager of our time.

The alchemy of finance provides a peek to the mind and thinking process of who is probably the most successful market speculator in history.

The Author is interested in laying out the fundamentals rather than giving trendy advice.

That makes this a must-read book. (Click here to read more reviews on Amazon)

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