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12 Books to Help Advisors Invest Smarter

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It makes sense to study. Abe Lincoln famously said: “If I only had an hour to chop down a tree, I would spend the first 45 minutes sharpening my axe.” As advisors, we follow the firm’s research and learn about the firm’s products, but it makes sense to stay current on investing trends and the famous names in the industry. It can also help when you are holding a conversation with an established investor.

Here are 12 more books you might check out. Some approach investing indirectly, through psychology. They should help expand your knowledge of investing approaches.

Some books have been revised with updated editions. Check out the profile online to confirm you are getting the latest version.

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