Un paseo aleatorio por Wall Street – Burton G. Malkiel

This book is a guided tour of the complex world of the stock market and finance. Many people believe that individual investors have little chance against financial experts. It is common to hear that there is no place for institutionalized individuals in modern markets. Nothing further away from reality. Since the first edition was published in 1973 “A Random Walk Down Wall Street” shows that anyone can do it as well as experts, and may even better

Nosotros los mercados – Daniel Lacalle

Daniel Lacalle, former manager of one of the largest hedge funds and recognized financial analyst, offers a fascinating journey into the world of high finance, unfamiliar surroundings for most. This is a sector that barely understand, and often, and in a derogatory manner, we refer to as “the markets”. To understand what they are, how they work and why they are indispensable is the aim of this work, the first written by a Spanish author and from within the sector itself.

Un paso por delante de Wall Street – Peter Lynch

In this classic of finance, more than one million copies sold worldwide, the legendary investor Peter Lynch describes his method for achieving financial success. According to Lynch, investors can earn professional professionals simply using the information at its disposal, as investment opportunities are everywhere. Throughout the day, from the supermarket to our workplace, we find a host of products and services. And if we pay attention to the best we will be on the track of what the companies they invest before professional investors found out. If investors can advance to the coveted 10-baggers, the term used in Wall Street shares for which it has won ten times the money invested. A few 10-baggers enough to make a portfolio of shares in a star right portfolio. It also offers easy Lynch investment advice from the review of the financial status of a company and teaches us to find the numbers that really count when deciding to invest. If you invest in the long term, says Lynch, your wallet will reward you.

Memorias de un operador de bolsa – Edwin Lefèvre

Larry Livingston has a rare ability to predict the behavior delas stock quotes and a compulsive craving for speculator. At 15, he wins his first $ 1,000 betting on the Boston Stock Exchange in the late nineteenth century. But his method is not valid in the Big Apple New York, where, incombustible stubbornness is ruined and enriched on. A fascinating mix of historical, economic and biographical novel ca, where arithmetic, money and dolce vita are the same. Memoirs of a stock trader of a dozen articles published by journalist and writer Edwin Lefèvre between 1922 and 1923 in the Saturday Evening Post and narrates in first person of life of a stock trader, alter ego of Jesse finance wizard Livermore (1877-1940).

El inversor inteligente – Benjamin Graham

Considered the most important investment advisor of the twentieth century, Benjamin Graham taught and inspired financiers worldwide. He presented its philosophy based on the concept of “value investing” in The Intelligent Investor, a book that became the bible of investors since its first publication in 1949. In it, Benjamin Graham alert investors about avoid errors of strategy, while describing how to develop a rational plan to buy shares and increase its value. All this for the long term, as is a method aimed at investors, not speculators: while the speculator only takes into account market trends, the investor receives benefits based on discipline and investigation. Over the years, the market has been agreeing with each and every one of the strategies proposed by Benjamin Graham, whose work remains an essential reference. This edition also features the valuable contribution of the financial journalist Jason Zweig, who has been commissioned to discuss and update the text, drawing parallels between the examples provided by Benjamin Graham and real situations experienced in the world of finance in recent years.