Six books to help the investor avoid a crash

At the presentation of Jaak Roosaar’s book “Find the World’s Best Shares”.Photo: Liis Treimann

Most legendary investors have moved through one, more active through several buckets. In order not to face the same fate, the investor Toomas, with the help of his like-minded people, compiled a list of books whose wisdom will help you pick them up from the market instead of facades.

Investor and author of the book “The Textbook of Getting Rich” Jaak Roosaare: “Trading in the securities markets seems to be an attractive opportunity for many to easily get rich. Real life is completely different, most traders fail and lose their money.

Alexander Elder’s book is probably the most comprehensive trading textbook in Estonian, which provides an overview of different strategies and the importance of capital management rules, for example. Much attention has been paid to technical analysis and getting emotions under control. As I read this book, I quickly realized that trading was not for me. This knowledge has saved me thousands of euros. ”

LHV’s junior analyst Raido Tõnisson: “In financial matters, we are often faced with a choice: whether to spend all the money earned on an ongoing basis or to save and invest. The authors of the book, Marcus Hernhag and Arne Talving, who are far from being born with a silver spoon in their mouths, have achieved financial independence precisely because of saving and choosing the right shares.

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Whether you are a conservative investor who prefers dividend income or a more aggressive search for growth companies, there is plenty of room in the book for both approaches. “Rich and free with stocks” offers plenty of inspiration and investment strategies to target above-market returns. “

Kristjan Liivamägi, Doctor of Financial Economics and investor: “In order to make successful investment decisions, it is important to understand the company’s business activities, just analyzing the financial statements on a computer is not enough. This book provides a good overview of the basics of value investing: Peter Lynch explains his principles for investing in companies in a simple and straightforward way and conveys a worthwhile experience of the financial markets. ”

Kaarel Ots, Head of the Nasdaq Tallinn Stock Exchange: “Seppo Saario’s words are simple and intelligent, perfect for both beginners and experienced investors. Only a person who has done and experienced all this can write about the investment so well and at the same time with vivid examples. Seppo Saario is that person. ”

Paavo Siimann, Investor and Senior Lecturer at TalTech’s Institute of Business Administration, said:

I liked that Hernhag teaches the distinction between value stocks and value companies and recommends that you also look for value stocks in small and medium-sized enterprises. The book also contains a number of rules of thumb that every retail investor could think of for themselves. ”

Dr. Alexander Elder, author of “Stock Market Trading as a Source of Livelihood”: “A deep and compelling insight into the world of thought of the genius Warren Buffett. The best business story I’ve ever read. ”

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