Jordan E Goodman’s unique insight to investor psychology and its impact on financial decisions is a very interesting read. A good dose of financial planning advice ensures that his book has practical utility.

Targeted at the financial neophyte, Gerald Krefetz’s jargon-free book helps a reader know the basic rules of saving and investing for a long-term, secured future.
Written in a simple format for the lay person, this book tells us why reading a company’s financial statement is important before investing in its stocks.
For long-term investors who understand a few economics fundamentals, this book is likely to improve their chances of investment success.
Nancy Garrison Jenn’s guide for organisations and individuals seeking headhunters is relevant in India too, says Rajshree Kukreti.
This book will equip you with the fundamentals to make a good beginning...and perhaps make a killing.
This small book of parables tells us how to acquire wealth, protect wealth and make wealth earn more wealth, writes financial planner Rohit Sarin.
This so-called self-teaching guide to the derivative markets is too dense for the lay reader and hardly demystifies the complex world of options.
Mutual funds are a smart way for people to invest, but with so many funds available, how do you choose the right ones?
MONEY TODAY's analyses the book written on the investment strategies of the world's second-richest man, Warren Buffett.