Benjamin Graham's "The Intelligent Investor," a timeless classic in value investing, continues to shape investment philosophy and influence individuals, including Warren Buffett, even after 71 years since its initial publication.
Malkiel's 1973 book, "A Random Walk Down Wall Street," advocates for investing in index funds as a proven strategy for outperforming professionally managed portfolios, maintaining its enduring influence in the finance industry.
Excel guide by Alastair Day: Comprehensive reference for finance professionals, offering essential tools and formulas for financial modeling in Microsoft Excel.
Security Analysis" by Benjamin Graham and David Dodd: Seminal book on value investing, endorsed by industry leaders like Warren Buffet, offering comprehensive techniques and insights that continue to shape investment strategies.
John Cousins' book offers a comprehensive understanding of corporate finance, covering decision-making, investments, and the essential role it plays in business operations, while also providing practical insights applicable to personal finance decisions.
Nassim Nicholas Taleb's 'Reducing the Risk of Black Swans' delves into the concept of unpredictable events and provides data-driven insights for investors and financial advisors looking to optimize portfolios through evidence-based strategies.
Rich Dad Poor Dad" by Robert Kiyosaki challenges conventional thinking, providing mindset shifts and insights on success, education, and unconventional wealth-building principles that remain relevant after almost two decades.