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Ask HN: Non-tech books that have helped you grow professionally?

cs702: Specifically the chapters titled "The Investor and Market Fluctuations" and "Margin of Safety"

Ask HN: What are the must-read books about economics/finance?

qwrusz: The revised edition with notes from Jason Zweig is excellent. The industry is still obsessed with the book ~70 years after it came out and for good reason. Even if you disagree with it or think it's outdated (and many do), the book comes up so often it's worth reading to be in the loop.

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Ask HN: Books you read in 2018?

ydnaclementine: It's a classic finance book for the layman, that really covers a ton. There's lots of little bits that provide huge insight.