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Suggested Readings

Over the last twenty years there have been numerous books written about business, investing, and Wall Street. The following are some that have been recommended as suggested reading for Freeman School Students.

  • "Predator's Ball", Connie Bruck
  • "Liar's Poker", Michael Lewis
  • "Barbarians at the Gate: The Fall of RJR Nabisco", Bryan Burrough and John Helyar
  • "Den of Thieves", James Brewer Stewart
  • "Market Wizards", Jack Schrager
  • "The New Investment Superstars", Lois Peltz
  • "A Tiger in the Land of Bulls and Bears", Julian Robertson
  • "You Can Be a Stock Market Genuis", John Greenbelt
  • "In Defense of Free Capital Markets: The Case Against a New Financial Architecture", David DeRosa
  • "Bill Gross on Investing", Bill Gross
  • "Contrarian Investment Strategies: The Next Generation", David Dreman
  • "Hedge Hogging", Barton Biggs
  • "Financial Shenanigans: How to Detect Accounting Gimmicks and Fraud", Howard Schilit
  • "The Financial Numbers Game: Detecting Creative Accounting Practices", Charles Mulford
  • "Creative Cash Flow Reporting", Charles Mulford
  • "Investing With Anthony Bolton: Anatomy of a Stock Market Winner", Jonathan Davis
  • "Blink", Malcolm Gladwell
  • "The Tipping Point", Malcolm Gladwell
Last Updated 7/23/14