I’m a novice to investing. Trying to read the classics. I need some advice on the reading order.
Many times, when we read a series of books on the same/related subject, we have that “Ohh” moment, thinking, maybe if, I’d read that book first, it would’ve made much more sense.
As most people here on the forum have read almost all the classics, maybe they could guide me on the proper reading order.
Here’s my reading list:
- Pat Dorsey - The 5 Rules For Successful Stock Investing
- Phil Fisher - Common stocks and uncommon profits
- Essays of Warren Buffett
- Seth Klamran - Margin of Safety
- Joel Greenblatt - Little book the Beats the Market
- Tom Copeland - Valuation
- Mohnish Pabrai - Dhandho Investor
Pls re-arrange the order as you feel is the correct logical progression of learning to help me out.
I have already read:
Both Graham Books, One up on Wall Street - Peter Lynch, Prof. Bakshi’s lectures and associated articles, Poor Charlie’s Almanack, some popular (classic) VP Threads.
P.S.: Lots of generalised wisdom and abstract, inapplicable theory in my mind. Looking to construct my first formal investing framework.