Investment Resources

Websites - I contribute content on here and there is an abundance of free material focused primarily on ASX growth companies (disc: I have a minor shareholding in the company that owns ARL).

Berkshirehathaway Letters - Buffetts letters are simply the best investment resource I've ever read.

Bridgewater Research Library - Macroeconomic theory finally started to make sense after reading papers from the Bridgewater Research Library.

Stockopedia - I use this service primarily to save me time collecting financial data.

PI World - Videos of UK company presentations and management interviews


"The Most Important Thing" by Howard Marks - One of the first investing books I read. I seek out Howard Marks when noticing myself drifting towards more speculative behaviour.

"Against the Gods" by Peter L Bernstein - A fascinating history of risk

"The Intelligent Investor" by Benjamin Graham - Buffett's mentor

"Poor Charlie's Almanack" by Charles T Munger - Distilled wisdom

"Thinking, Fast and Slow" by Daniel Kahneman - Not easy to read, but worth the effort multiple times over given the countless insights into my irrationality.

"A Man for All Markets" by Edward O Thorpe - Reminded me that I'm not so smart. The competition is fierce.

"The Little Book That Beats the Market" by Joel Greenblatt - Opened my eyes to factor investing.

"Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits" by Philip Fisher - Long-term investing is more about finding great companies than paying low prices. This book tells you how to do the former.


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