Recommended Reading List:
Ben Graham – The Intelligent Investor (and Security Analysis).
Phil Fisher – Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits and Other Writings. His son Ken Fisher’s book (The Only three Questions That Count) is also very good.
Warren Buffett’s Shareholder Letters & The Essays of Warren Buffett.
Charlie Munger – Poor Charlie’s Almanack.
Seth Klarman – Margin of Safety.
Howard Marks – The Most Important Thing. and Memos.
George Soros – The Alchemy of Finance
Peter Lynch – Beating the Wall Street & One Up On Wall Street.
Joel Greenblatt – The Little Book that Beats the Market (there is another book The Little Book that Still Beats the Market). & You Can Be A Stock Market Genius.
Nassim Taleb – The Black Swan and Fooled by Randomness.
William Bernstein – The Four Pillars of Investing and The Investor’s Manifesto.
John C Bogle – Common Sense on Mutual Funds.
Charles Ellis – Winning the Loser’s Game.
David Dremen - Contrarian Investment Strategies The Next Generation.
Robert Shiller – Irrational Exuberance
Jeremy Seigel – Stocks for the Long Run.
Martin Whitman – The Aggressive Conservative Investor
John Kenneth Galbraith - A Short History of Financial Euphoria.
Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds (by Charles Mackay).
Reminiscences of a Stock Operator (by Edwin Lefevre).
Andrew Tobias - The Only Investment guide You’ll Ever Need. This is a very small book and good for beginners.
David Einhorn - Fooling Some of the People All of the Time
James Montier – The Little Book of Behavioral Investing. His work.
Michael Mauboussin – More than You Know.
Daniel Kahneman – Thinking Fast and Slow.
For some interesting concepts: Rich Dad Poor Dad - Robert Kiyosaki.
How to Lie with Statistics by Darrell Huff (1954 book). It is a must-read. Summary Here.