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Best Practices for Equity Research Analysts: Essentials for Buy-Side and Sell-Side Analysts — James Valentine

The Wall Street Journal Guide for Investing in the Apocalypse: Make Money by Seeing Opportunity Where Others See Peril — James Altucher

Probable Outcomes — Ed Easterling

As One: Individual Action Collective Power — Mehrdad and Quigley

Just finished two books on a recent trip to the UK.  I read Crucial Conversations and Saltwater Buddha.  Obviously two very different books but both really worth a read. Excellently written and happy I spent the time.

These above links are affiliate links –Amazon would theoretically pay me  some lunch money if you purchase the books after clicking on these links.

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