Whether you’re an experienced trader or you’re thinking about wading in and making your first investment, it always pays to have a good understanding of the rules and trends and to keep abreast of them as they change.?
無論你是經驗豐富的交易員還是正考慮進入這一領域進行第一筆投資,想要了解清楚規則和趨勢并能緊跟投資市場的變化,是需要付出努力的。

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Best Overall: "The Essays of Warren Buffett"
最好的綜合性書籍:《巴菲特致股東的信》

The fourth edition of "The Essays of Warren Buffett: Lessons for Corporate America" was released in 2015, and it’s a worthy read if for no other reason than it pays to learn from the very best.?
《巴菲特致股東的信:股份公司教程》第四版于2015年出版,如果只是為了向最優秀的人學習而不為其他的話那這本書值得一讀。

You’d be hard-pressed to name a more successful investor than Buffett, and he’s taken the time to share what he knows and has learned on the subject over the years.
你很難想出比巴菲特更成功的投資者,近些年他也花了些時間把他關于這一領域的所知所學傳授給別人。

The title addresses “corporate America,” but you can take that to include shareholders. The book offers an excellent explanation of the relationship between corporations and their shareholders, which makes it ideal for those new to investing who really don’t have a handle on this yet.
標題中寫的是“美國企業”,但你可以理解為說的是股東。這本書很好地解釋了企業和股東之間的關系,對于那些剛接觸投資,對這一領域知之甚少的人是理想之選。

This collection of essays spans more than 50 years, and they’re all related in a voice that suggests you’re having a cup of coffee with the great legend himself.?
這里搜集了近50多年的信,所有信中的語氣都讓你感覺好像正在跟這位大神本人一起喝咖啡。

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Best Common Sense: "The Intelligent Investor"
最好的常識類書籍:《聰明的投資者》

Before his death, Benjamin Graham was a renowned professor known as the godfather of investing, and Zweig writes the Intelligent Investor column for The Wall Street Journal.
本杰明·格雷厄姆去世之前是一位知名教授,被譽為“投資教父”,而且茨威格還為《華爾街日報》寫了《聰明的投資者》專欄。

What’s unique about this book is its lack of "Rah! Rah! Anything is possible and anyone can do it!” rhetoric.?
這本書的獨特之處在于書中沒有用“好啊!好啊!一切皆有可能,每個人都能做到!”這樣華而不實的語言。

It mostly takes the opposite approach, although it’s not without positive encouragement. It won’t tell you how to make millions, but rather how not to lose your shirt.?
雖然書中也有鼓勵之詞,但主要采用的是相反的方式。書中沒有告訴你怎樣賺到上百萬,而是告訴你怎樣不傾家蕩產。

The authors impart must-read basics to get you started in investing and keep you going for a long time, from recommended strategies and how to analyze stocks to a comprehensive history lesson on the stock market.
作者傳授了一些你投資初期必讀的基礎知識,夠你用很長一段時間,書中涵蓋的內容從推薦策略、股票分析方法到關于股票市場綜合的歷史教訓。

Graham published the first edition of this book in 1949, and Buffett himself has called that version “the best book on investing ever written.”?
1949年格雷厄姆出版了這本書的第一版,巴菲特本人也將這一版稱為“史上最偉大的投資書籍”。

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Best by an Experienced Investor: "The Little Book of Common Sense Investing"
經驗豐富的投資者所著的最好書籍:《常識投資的小書》

John C. Bogle is credited with creating the first-ever index fund, so he knows a good bit about investing.?
約翰·C-博格爾被認為發行了史上第一個指數基金,所以他對投資很是了解。

He’s also the founder of Vanguard Group, and he and Buffett are rumored to be the best of friends.?
他也是美國共同基金公司的創始人,據傳他和巴菲特是最好的朋友。

It stands to reason that you’d want to learn from both of them, and Buffett has given his endorsement to Bogle’s book, saying that “investors large and small” should read it.
顯然,你會期待向他們二位學習,巴菲特稱贊博格爾的書,說“大小投資者”都該讀一讀。

"The Little Book of Common Sense Investing: The Only Way to Guarantee Your Fair Share of Stock Market Returns" takes the surprising approach that for many investors, the stock market is a lose-lose proposition.?
《常識投資的小書:確保你公平分享股市回報的唯一方法》中有令人詫異的說法,那就是對于許多投資者股市就是雙輸命題。

Then Bogle explains how he’s learned to turn the odds in his favor.
博格爾解釋了他是怎樣學會提高勝算的。

This isn’t Bogle’s only book, but it’s the one that manages to cover his own personal innovative techniques and truths in a relatively short and easy read.?
這不是博格爾唯一的書,但它是一本以相對簡短易讀的方式來講述他自己的創新技術和真相的書。

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Best for Newbies: "A Random Walk Down Wall Street"
最適合菜鳥的書:《漫步華爾街》

Investing doesn’t necessarily mean you devote hours a day and extensive energy and thought to manage a broad-based, extensive portfolio, and Burton Malkiel knows that.?
投資不一定意味著你一天要花費數小時,把大量精力和思緒都放在管理廣泛的大量投資組合上,伯頓·馬爾基爾深知這一點。

"A Random Walk Down Wall Street" is invaluable reading for those who are trying to get a handle on their first 401(k)s. First you have to learn to talk the talk, or at least understand what’s being said when someone else speaks it.
對于想要管理好第一筆退休儲蓄的人來說《漫步華爾街》是一本非常有價值的讀物,首先你要學會一些術語,或者至少能理解別人在說什么。

Malkiel’s book includes some handy definitions of investment terms, and it applies them to various investment strategies geared toward different stages in life.?
馬爾基爾的書中有一些易懂的投資術語的定義,并將這些應用于針對生活不同階段的不同投資策略中。

He emphasizes long-term investments rather than get-rich-quick schemes and how to predict prices and avoid common mistakes.
他不看重一夜暴富,而是看重長期投資以及如何預測價格并避免常犯的錯誤。

This is another new, revised edition of a book that’s been around for a while. "Random Walk" has sold more than 1.5 million copies to date.
這是一本新的修訂版的書,已經上市一段時間了,《漫步華爾街》迄今銷量已經突破150萬。


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