One Up On Wall Street by Peter Lynch. This was a great read! I'm sad that I waited so long to read it, it being a staple in the investment...
I read, a lot. Not only do I read books on finance and investing, but I love books on policy, economics, and culture. The more I read, the more I learn that everything is intertwined. If you just stick to one subject, you’ll never be able to see the bigger picture. Like those who study only the music theory of Dimitri Shostakovich’s symphonies, but fail to study the political climate in which he wrote and performed. You can enjoy the sound of his fourth symphony. But the music is so much more interesting when you understand that ol’ Dimitri may have feared for his life when he was writing the piece, because those in power didn’t approve of the composer succumbing to personal expression.
Though not all of these books are explicitly finance related, they all contribute to the intellectual amalgam that affect my investment views.