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Best Investing Books for Intermediate (competent) Investors
If you are attracted to low-cost index funds (mutual funds) then you are an intermediate level investor — even if you cannot articulate all the reasons why this strategy is best for you yet. Use these books to increase your confidence, because you’ll still be tempted to listen to inner voices of both fear and greed. These lead you to make common mistakes, but you can overcome these inner voices. Learn a little more to gain that confidence.
I chose these books to give you an easy background about some history and the basis for <em>common sense investing</em> concepts. Books in this category will give you sufficient skills to succeed in financing your dreams. You may learn some important vocabulary for basic concepts, but everything can be explained in plain English.
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Related book recommendations:
- Best books by John Bogle — certainly the best books on mutual funds
- John C. Bogle Quotes
- A comic book on investing!
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