Human Action; Ludwig von MisesMasterpiece by Ludwig von Mises. Presents the economy as a study of human action.
Money, Bank Credit and Economic Cycles; Jesús Huerta de SotoPerfect to understand economic cycles. It analyzes the monetary and credit system fundamentals.
Autobiography; Bernard BaruchAutobiography of one of the best, and relatively unknown, investors of all time.
Hot Commodities; Jim RogersEasy-to-read book about commodities written by Rogers, one of the most prestigious investors.
The Economics of Inflation. A Study of Currency Depreciation in Post War Germany; Costantino Bresciani-TurroniOne of the best analyses of the causes and impact of the German hyperinflation of the twenties.
A Zebra in Lion Country; Ralph WangerWanger writes about his role as money manager searching for opportunities out of the herd.
Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits; Philip A. FisherFisher explains his special investment philosophy and his exhaustive analysis of companies.
Investing the Templeton Way; Lauren C. Templeton y Scott PhilippsLessons by Sir John Templeton, one of the best known contrarian investors.
Autobiography; Benjamin FranklinReally good autobiography by one of the Founding Fathers of the United States of America.
Gold Wars; Ferdinand LipsFerdinand Lips explains why gold is a guarantee of freedom.
Socialism: An Economic and Sociological Analysis; Ludwig von MisesCulminating work by Mises written in 1922. Critical reading of how socialism makes economic calculation impossible.
Theory and History; Ludwig von MisesLess known than other von Mises´ works but equally brilliant. Liberalism fundamentals versus other streams of thought.
Autobiography; Mark TwainA classic American book in which Mark Twain discovers his innate talent. A chronicle of an era.
Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds; Charles MackayA classic for studying human behaviour.
Lee Kuan Yew; Graham Allison y Robert D. Blackwill with Ali WyneInterviews with the former Singaporean president, now deceased. One of the most brilliant leaders of the 20th century.
The Philosophy of Money; Georg SimmelThis book was written in 1900 and explains the relevance of money in human relations.
Damn Right! Behind the Scenes with Berkshire Hathaway Billionaire Charlie Munger; Janet LoweCharlie Munger´s life, Warren Buffett´s alter ego.
The New Money Masters; John TrainCompilation of greatest money managers´ different investment policies.
The Banking Panics of the Great Depression; Elmus WickerAnalyzes the origin, scale and effects of the five largest bank crises of the American Great Depression.
Light and Liberty; Thomas JeffersonThoughts of one of the most outstanding presidents in American history.
Capital Returns; Marathon; Edward ChancellorManagement Fund Marathon puts emphasis on how allocation of excesses of capital to industries sow the seeds of poor returns.
The Age of Empathy; Frans de WaalDe Waal understands empathy as an ancestral feature of human and animal nature, contrary to the principals of Darwin and Freud.
Cerebro y Libertad; Joaquín M. FusterFuster studies the free will through neuroscience.
Contrarian Investment Strategies; David DremanDavid Dreman explains his contrarian investment approach.
The Science of Success; Charles G. KochKoch Industries is one of the largest private companies in the world. He explains his holding´s organization and management philosophy.
Anthem; Ayn RandAyn Rand writes about a possible society without individuality, where all men are equal and social decisions are made by committees.
The Road To Serfdom; Friedrich A. HayekHayek explains how a society loses its freedoms and moves toward totalitarianism in centrally-planned economies.
One Up On Wall Street; Peter LynchPeter Lynch sets out how investors should analyze financial statements to find investment opportunities.
Dead Aid; Dambisa MoyoMoyo, Zambian-born, brings a controversial approach on how aid to Africa from developed countries does not work.
The Intelligent Investor; Benjamin GrahamThe masterpiece of value investing on how to buy cheap.
My Life and Work; Henry FordOne of the greatest entrepreneurs of the 20th century understands capitalism as prosperity.
Behavioural Finance; James MontierMontier confirms investor irrationality. We have to channel our rationality to make better investment decisions.
An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals; David HumeThought must serve humans to free their minds from dogma. Written in the 18th century. It is useful to understand Mises philosophy.
The Art of Speculation; Philip L CarretClassic investment book by Philip Carrett, one of the longest-lived managers who died at age 101.
A Banking History of Money and Banking in the United States; Murray N. RothbardHistory of money and banking in the United States from the colonial era until World War II.
The Little Book of Value Investing; Christopher H. BrowneEasy-to-read book about the value-investing approach.
The Memoirs of the Dean of Wall Street; Benjamin GrahamThe memoirs of Benjamin Graham.
The Art of Short Selling; Kathryn F. StaleyShort selling requires great discipline.
A Gift to My Children; Jim RogersJim Rogers explains how to find success and happiness in markets and in life.
The Autobiography of Charles Darwin 1809-1882Published in 1887, a must to understand the life of the author of "The Origin of Species".
Tomorrow´s Gold. Asia´s Age of Discovery; Marc FaberFaber explains where to find opportunities in a changing world.
Shoe Dog; Phil KnightMemoirs of Nike´s founder since its origins importing shoes from Japan.
The Anti-Capitalist Mentality; Ludwig von MisesFree economy countries have raised the standard of living, even so capitalism always gets a bad press.
Juan Roig: El Emprendedor Visionario; Manuel Mira CandelThrough dedication Juan Roig made possible the creation of one of the biggest Spanish companies.
Money of the Mind. Money and Borrowing in America. From the Civil War to Michael Milken; James GrantThrough history we have created one of the greatest speculative booms: the democratization of credit and the socialization of risk.
Greenspan´s Bubbles; William A. FleckensteinFleckenstein tells how Alan Greenspan, former Federal Reserve president, left a devastating legacy.
The Great Wave. Price Revolutions and the Rythm of History; David Hackett FischerInteresting book about the evolution of prices through history and its effects on society.
Soros on Soros. Staying Ahead of the Curve; George Soros con Byron Wien y Krisztina KoenenInterviews with Soros about global issues, finance, morals and politics.
Enemigos del Comercio, una Historia Moral de la Propiedad; Antonio EscohotadoPart of a trilogy. Why and who in history had made markets and private property conceived as something negative.