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0:30 One Up On Wall Street
1:37 The Great Investors
2:03 The Dao Of Capital
3:41 Millionaire Mind
4:42 The Snowball
5:23 Fisher
5:46 Poor Charlie
6:15 Sven Carlin
6:47 Other References

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The Intelligent Investor Summary Playlist
100 to 1 Book Video
Richer Wiser Happier
The Psychology of Money
One Up On Wall Street – Peter Lynch
The Excellent INvestors – Glen Arnold
The Dao Of Capital – Mark Spitznagel
The Secrets Of The Millionaire Mind – Harv Eker
The Snowball – Alice Schroeder
Common Stocks And Unusual Revenues – Fisher
Poor Charlie's Almanack – Charlie Munger
Modern Value Investing – Sven Carlin
100 to 1 In The Stock Market – Thomas Phelps
Richer Wiser Happier – William Green
The Psychology of Cash – Morgan Housel
The Intelligent Investor – Benjamin Graham

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  1. You talked about the DAO OF CAPITAL before, it made me read it and i must also say, that i really enjoyed it. Wuff! Will be on my recommandations-List as well.

  2. Some of the best advice one can give. Study as a student, don’t learn from your own mistakes. It’s much easier and efficient to learn lessons for others mistakes and successes and research!

  3. Very nice update.
    I own ‘Modern Value Investing’ and my sons’ have since bought their own copies. Definitely a great read for the retail investor.

  4. Dear Sven, thanks for your videos and your daily updates, extremely appreciated. I have a request if possible. Since we are talking about books and since Ray Dalio’s last book about the new world order has just come out, it would be possible to make a video that talks about his investment strategy, how this is related to value investing, how everything is seen by Ray Dalio in the near future and what do you think of the conclusions of Dalio’s book and what is your vision about that? Thanks. Kind regards

  5. Thanks a lot Sven for taking the time and uploading a video on this topic. Although I could use the filter options on Amazon and find books rated above 4/5, there are far too many..

    Thanks a lot for narrowing it down to this list. I will definitely start with one and continue till I complete the list.

    Have a great day Sven! 😆

  6. WARNING: As the channel grows (thank you all for that), there are more and more scammers impersonating me. The only thing I am selling is my Research Platform and Book ​​
    All that I do, the real links to my content are in the description of the video, I don’t give out my Whatsapp number and I don’t sell any Cryptocurrency related things! BE CAREFUL OUT THERE!

  7. Sven you had recommended the Dao of Capital before, and I am now reading the last chapter. It’s not a book for impatient people because in the beginning it looks like it doesn’t talk about investing at all, but I thoroughly enjoyed it because in the end everything comes together and makes sense. It gets to drill into your head how the world works, repeatedly, and with memorable examples from nature and from the markets. It helps if you are already a fan of Austrian economics (which should just be called economics really). Thanks for the recommendation!

    1. investing is not for impatient people :-))) Agree on Austrian economics, but not the current Austrian politics :-))

  8. I am missing Bruce Greenwald’s book ‘Value Investing: from Graham to Buffet and Beyond’, but still, a very interesting list and a couple new books to put in my ‘to read’ list.

    Thanks for this video!

  9. Nice video and good list. Have you ever considered a list of wealth building books like The Millionaire Next Door, The Richest Man and Babylon. As you point out it is very important to have the proper mindset.

    Frugality and discipline with a touch of luck by preparing for opportunity goed a very very long way!!

  10. First investing book i read was grahams intelligent investor, really cracked my head open (not literally lol). Also read peter lynchs one up as well as svens book. I would say svens book is really good value for money, like a true value investor lol

  11. Many thanks Sven for spending time and creating this video for us. I asked you not so long ago in a comment in one of your previous videos. Really appreciate it and I believe it will be beneficial for a lot of your subscribers. 👏👏👏

  12. One up by wall street is my favorite. I didn’t know you had one yourself. Gonna buy it now 🙂

  13. Having decided to take control of my financial future post COVID, I set about trying to understand my pension, and plan for the future. Noticing that some of the pension was in equities, I thought, I better understand those too. I now understand that I have missed the greatest bull run in the history of the stock market. On this journey I listened to the one up on wall street audiobook and loved the chapter where Peter talks about natural advantages. His wife’s pantyhose, the hotels he stayed in etc. It was then I realized that I have also I have missed two of the most obvious 100 baggers in recent times. I worked for Blockbuster which was destroyed by Netflix. And in automotive, where the transition to EVs was so obvious with Tesla being the obvious market disruptor. Thanks to this channel I am also aware that there was a time to buy and a time to sell, so I have never owned these businesses (thankfully – as I would have been greatly out of pocket by the time I would have potentially decided to jump in the stock market). This is mostly due to YT channels like Sven’s, for which I am very grateful. I am hoping not to miss the next 100 bagger.

  14. I’ve already read a few on the list, including Modern Value Investing (looking forward to a new one in the future).
    If you include Dutch language books, Verdubbel je geld in 5 jaar by Sam Hollanders (his publisher forced the title upon him, but everything inside the book is solid value investing).

  15. Thank you Sven for this list. I also like Pabrai’s book “The Dhandho investor, as well as Graham’s “Security Analysis”.

    And while I don’t think of this as a purely investment related book, I do think Peter Thiel’s “Zero to one” has some interesting perspectives on startups.

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