Doug Kass' Top 11 Favorite Books
Doug Kass has read each of these books 10 times or more -- have you?
They include a number of classics that many investors already have in their collections. But there are other, lesser-known books that stand to provide invaluable information to those who read them.
Until then, click through the slideshow to see the full list of Kass' favorite books.
Disclosure: At the time of this writing, Louis Bedigian had no position in the equities mentioned in this slideshow.
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The Alchemy of Finance
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Graham and Dodd's Security Analysis
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Doyle Brunson's Super System
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Fooling Some of the People All Of the Time
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Anything Jim Grant Writes
From Money of the Mind: How the 1980s Got That Way to Minding Mr. Market: Ten Years on Wall Street With Grant's Interest Rate Observer, Kass said that he reads "anything Jim Grant writes."Image Source: Wikimedia Commons
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The Mind of Wall Street
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If you want to be wealthy, you might want to read Do You Sincerely Want to Be Rich?: The Full Story of Bernard Cornfeld and I.O.S. (Library of Larceny).Image Source: Wikimedia Commons
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The Money Game
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Soros on Soros
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