Warren Buffett is a notoriously frugal investor. After a lifetime of patience and strategy, he’s worth about $84 billion. He’s perhaps one of the greatest money men of our lifetime. His philosophies are studied by young investors hoping to make it, as well as seasoned financial professionals.
Just as Oprah Winfrey has her famous book club, Buffett has an unofficial book club of sorts. Over the years, through his shareholder letters and in interviews, Buffett has recommended books that he thinks the investment-inclined should read. And when he speaks, we should absolutely listen.
One last thing before we get to the list: These books aren’t necessarily page-turners. They’re all books you have to read deliberately, almost like a textbook, so grab your highlighter and get to it.