I've gotten some useful advice here about the first books to read about investing.There's Cramer's "Real Money", there's "The Intelligent Portfolio", and of course "Security Analysis". Then there are books published by TMF. I've read those.What then, is the next step to take? I'm seeking to expand my knowledge base, and grow in Foolishness. The book needn't be about an area or aspect of investing that will be useful right off the bat, or that is maximally relevant under contemporary conditions. Just something to provide additional perspective, teach me things the texts mentioned above don't. Reccomendations?
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