Warren Buffett Says Investors Should Read These Five Books

For many, Warren Buffett is the ideal example of an ultra-successful investor.

Many people would assume, based on his success, that Buffett is always on the move and a flurry of activity.

That would not be entirely true. In fact, during the early stages of Buffett’s investing career he would read anywhere between 600 to 1,000 pages a day. 

In Buffett’s own words, “I insist on a lot of time being spent, almost every day, to just sit and think.”

“I read and think.”

Following this reasoning, here are five great books for investors personally recommended by Buffett himself.

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A smart investor should be prepared for anything. That’s why David Frazier created the Bulletproof Wealth Report. This comprehensive investment service is everything you will need to survive and thrive in the looming meltdown. In other words: It’s how anyone can make their portfolio bulletproof. It’s a mix of fast-growing, leading companies that are the engine of American prosperity. To that he adds a healthy dose of “insurance policies” i.e. stocks and funds that benefit when the next recession strikes. The future favors the prepared. You can be prepared. Not only that — you can profit.
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While the U.S. spends and spends and spends its way into oblivion, the eventual result will be inflation. Serious inflation. The dollar will crash, gold will shoot higher and Bitcoin, well, it can only become more scarce and more valuable. There’s a natural ceiling to the number of Bitcoins that will exist — ever. By design, there can only be 21 million of them. Soon, the ceiling will be hit. Now is the moment to get into cryptocurrency. There’s a been a rise of late, but prices are consolidating, setting up for the next leap higher. Grab Keene Little's widely followed cryptocurrency newsletter, Crypto Wealth Protocol completely risk free.
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