The ultimate list of investing books, newsletters, podcasts and blogs version 2.0

It’s been (exactly) 2 months since we launched the first version of our Ultimate List of investing books, podcasts and blogs. Since then, you’ve given us a lot of recommendations to include in the list :books: and we’ve moved it to Google Sheets in a new format, to make it easier to read :sparkles:

Today we’re launching a new version of the list:

The Ultimate List version 2.0

If you have any more suggestions, please share them in this thread and help us create the ultimate list of resources for investors.

PS - we’ve arranged for The Evidence-Based Investor, who’s on the list, to answer your questions here next week - Ask your questions for our Q&A with The Evidence-Based Investor :speech_balloon:

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This is fantastic, thanks for keeping it all tidy and up to date. I wonder if we could possibly have permissions to sort the columns? Would like to be able to sort by Main Format.

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We’ve set the link to a preview link because it looks pretty & we expect most people won’t bother with sorting. But you can sort the list, to do that, you just need to switch the link from a ‘preview’ link to an ‘edit’ link.

To do that, load the page & then change the text just before #gid at the end of the link from

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1jnYKZLNW9ajIpCDwyPD9pJkvNJTbyL5NbXobZ7fzeIk/preview#gid=422471276

to

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1jnYKZLNW9ajIpCDwyPD9pJkvNJTbyL5NbXobZ7fzeIk/edit#gid=422471276

then when you load the spreadsheet, it’ll look like this.

Next, go to Data (in the menu bar) > Filter Views > Format Filter. You’ll be able to use that filter to sort the ‘:ghost: Main Format’ column.

It’s a bit of a long winded process :sweat_smile: but we had to choose between one format or the other & I hope you can see why we went with the preview format by default.

Just let me know if you get stuck at all.

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You are a star - thank you so much! :star2:

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The other thread is closed so I’ll suggest here (and surprised it wasn’t suggested already), but the Naked Trader series of books are rather sensible and great IMO.

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I agree - an easy read with some really useful pointers in the Naked Trader

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Great list! Was wondering if anyone had heard of MyWallSt before? It should definitely be on this list as they have a great blog on Medium (just search for MyWallSt) , podcast ( https://pod.link/1358756008) and newsletter (https://upscri.be/68ad56/). They have information for every type of investor, always find myself going back to them for any question I might have!

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https://www.stocksandfreedom.com

UK based investor focused mostly on the US stocks

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Could include the authors as well. Thanks for the list

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How about Irrational Exuberance by Robert J. Shiller, it’s a classic!

The spreadsheet definitely needs a column for the authors.

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Loving and adding to the list with these two podcasts:
Slate Money
The Investor Podcast

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We’ve added authors on now, great shout! :books:

https://freetrade.io/investing-knowledge

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Did not seen this in the list, “Buffettology” by Mary Buffett
Good book.:thinking:

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Do you recommend: “How I Made $2,000,000 in the Stock Market”? I started listening to the modernized version on Audible, looks good.

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Great list - thanks for this.

It’s probably also worth mentioning that a lot of the books detailed are available on Blinkist, which is a good way of getting a flavour for a book quickly before potentially going on and buying the full book.

I found The Long and the Short of It by John Kay to be a good introduction. His Other Peoples Money also makes for an interesting read.