Book Sale: A Random Walk Down Wall Street + The Intelligent Investor

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(Update 4/7: Random Walk is no longer on sale, but Intelligent Investor is still $2.99.)

randomwalk2018Amazon has the Kindle version of two investment classics on sale for $2.99 each at the moment. These are savings of over $10 from the usual price.

A Random Walk Down Wall Street was the first investment book I ever read that dealt with passive investing. My short-but-sweet December 2004 review was one of the first posts on this site – nearly 14 years ago! (I had read some previous books on DRIP plans and individual stock investing.) I should probably re-read it and see if it holds up now that I have read probably 20+ more books on passive investing.

Another coincidence is that I am currently reading the Buffett biography by Roger Lowenstein, and am at the part where Buffett studied under Benjamin Graham at Columbia University.

p.s. If you are a Texas-style brisket aficionado like me, Franklin Barbecue: A Meat-Smoking Manifesto is also on sale for $2.99.



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Comments

  1. Thanks! Got both books even though I just finished reading A Random Walk Down Wall Street.

  2. *2004 review

  3. A random walk down Wall Street is a really good book. I’d definitely recommend it to anyone who’s a beginner. But it’s not really meant for intermediate-advanced traders and investors

  4. Looks like sale is over as of April 5th.

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