You don’t need to be a genius to learn how to invest like Warren Buffett does but you do need knowledge that will help you make better investments. Your first step would be to acquire that knowledge by reading and understanding other people’s work. Warren Buffett still reads for 5 to 6 hours each day to keep himself updates.
1. ‘The Lazy Person’s Guide to Investing’ by Paul Farrell
We have started the list with this book as it has been claimed by many as the first and only investment book you’ll ever have to read. Yeah, that’s how awesome the book is. Paul has a fun writing style which is often seen missing in the majority of personal finance books. As the title itself says it is the book for procrastinators, the financially challenged, and everyone who worries about dealing with their money.