Books on Investing 

Winning the Loser's Game : Timeless Strategies for Successful Investing
Charles D. Ellis


 

The Intelligent Asset Allocator: How to Build Your Portfolio to Maximize Returns and Minimize Risk
William J. Bernstein

 
A Random Walk Down Wall Street
Burton G. Malkiel


Bogle on Mutual Funds: New Perspectives for the Intelligent Investor
John C. Bogle


Investment Gurus: A Road Map to Wealth from the World's Best Money Managers
Peter J. Tanous


The Prudent Investor's Guide to Beating Wall Street at Its Own Game   
John J. Bowen, Foreword by Daniel C. Goldie / Hardcover / McGraw-Hill Professional / June 1998
Robbing You Blind, by Mark Dempsey 
"Merrill Lynch's employees lied to clients"
License to Steal , By Timothy Harper (Editor)
Fortune Tellers, by Howard Kurtz
Where are the Customers' Yachts?, by F. Schwed Jr.
Capital Ideas, By Peter L. Bernstein
Against the Gods, By Peter L. Bernstein
The Random Character of Stock Market Prices, Editor: Paul H. Cootner 
Extraordinary Popular Delusions, By Mackay &    Templeton
Devil Take The Hindmost, By Chancellor
Index your Way to Investment Success, By Good & Hermansen
Winning Investment Strategy, By Larry E. Swedroe
A Random Walk Down Wall Street, By Burton G. Makiel
Index Mutual Funds, By W. Scott Simon
The Index Fund Solution, By Richard Evans
Asset Allocation, By Roger C. Gibson
Winning with Index Mutual Funds, By Tweddell & Pierce
The Investor's Anthology, By Ellis & Vertin
Serious MoneyStraight Talk about Investing for Retirement

by Richard A Ferri, CFA
President, Portfolio Solutions, LLC

 “The Investment Answer: Learn to Manage Your Money & Protect Your Financial Future” by Daniel C. Goldie and 
Gordon S. Murray. 



The Power of Passive Investing By Richard A. Ferri, CFA Founder, Portfolio Solutions, LLC 

Passive investing using index funds and ETFs in a portfolio is a superior strategy. The academic evidence supporting this approach is long and deep. The Power of Passive Investing explore the history of the active versus passive debate, and makes an ironclad case that this approach has the best chance for reaching your long-term financial goal.