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Top 15 Must Reads Books If You Are Really an Investor

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Investing early is crucial for young adults as well as professionals to obtain the power of compound interest; which is brought by long-term investments. Though it is important to invest early, it is recommended to invest wisely. Here are the top 15 must read books for young investors and professionals.

1. Common Sense on Mutual Funds

Common Sense on Mutual Funds

By John Bogle; John Wiley & Sons, originally published 1999, $29.95

Bogle, the founder of the Vanguard Group, pioneered the index fund in the 1970s, and this book is a critical look at the complex world of mutual funds, through his eyes.

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