As you may or may not know, I write a lot of the content at Freetrade. One of the things we send out every Saturday is the Weekend Read, which you can (and should!) sign up to here.
A lot of Weekend Readers (yes, I just made that up) ask about things they can watch, read or listen to in order to learn more about investing. There have been threads about this before but I thought it could be good to start anew and post a few things here.
Personally, I am a big reader and, though I love podcasts too, I am yet to find one on investing that excites me. There are two books I tend to recommend to readers that should be interesting regardless of how much you know;
Thomas Sowell — Basic Economics
Terry Burnham — Mean Markets and Lizard Brains
Recently I have been reading:
Nassim Taleb — Skin in the Game (not exactly about investing but still some principles there)
David Schwartz — Stock Market Handbook (a lot of stats, arguably sophistry but still interesting!)
A couple of other resources that I find useful
Seeking Alpha — Pro version is a little pricey but you can still find some really great/out of the box analysis on this website.
Investor’s Chronicle — Again, you may have to pay for this but a lot of their articles are free online. If you do buy a copy, you’ll probably find a lot of interesting stuff, regardless of how experienced you are.
Always happy to hear suggestions / learn about new resources, so comment below if there’s something you want to add