Investing by the Books #40 Our Top Investing Books
Investing By The Books
In this special episode, we speak with Mark Gandy about our favorite investing books. Mark is the host of The CFO Bookshelf podcast and a consultant helping CEOs and CFOs with business development and financial modeling. We discuss books that can help you understand financial statements, evaluate management, and judge the quality of a business.
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This episode was recorded on January 3, 2023.
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Investing by the Books was founded by Henrik Andersson, Bo Börtemark, Mats Larsson and Michael Persson. It has published hundreds of book reviews in the past 10 years and operates on a non-profit basis.
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Through life and investing, we believe books are an excellent source to better understand oneself, other investors, and the world. Our podcast could be valuable if you:
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