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Here's a full list of every book Warren Buffett has recommended this decade—in his annual letters

Here's a full list of every book Warren Buffett has recommended this decade. (via @CNBCMakeIt)

12/3/2019 6:37:00 AM

Here's a full list of every book Warren Buffett has recommended this decade. (via CNBCMakeIt)

Looking to get a head start on your 2020 reading list? Luckily for us, Warren Buffett , billionaire investor and Berkshire Hathaway CEO, has recommended a handful of books in several of his annual shareholder letters this past decade. Here's the complete list.

. "It lightly delivers many truly important messages on the subject."In "Where Are the Customer Yachts?," Fred Schwed exposes the hypocrisy of Wall Street through the story of a visitor to New York who admires the yachts of bankers and brokers. He then wonders where all the customers' yachts have gone. (Hint: They didn't have any because ... well, they couldn't afford them — despite the fact that they all followed the advice of their bankers and brokers.)

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Michael Lewis, best-selling author of "Liar's Poker," also: "Once I picked it up, I did not put it down until I finished."13. 'Limping On Water'By Phil Beuth and K.C. SchulbergIn "Limping on Water," Phil Beuth chronicles his broadcasting career at Capital Cities/ABC-TV, which operates in several areas of the media business.

The book "tells you a lot about its leaders, Tom Murphy and Dan Burke. These two were the best managerial duo — both in what they accomplished and how they did it — that Charlie and I ever witnessed," Buffett wrote in2015. "Much of what you become in life depends on whom you choose to admire and copy."

14. 'Warren Buffett's Ground Rules: Words of Wisdom from the Partnership Letters of the World's Greatest Investor'By Jeremy C. MillerPulling from letters Buffett wrote to his partners between 1956 and 1970, veteran financial advisor Jeremy Miller dissects the billionaire's "ground rules" for investing.

"Mr. Miller has done a superb job of researching and dissecting the operation of Buffett Partnership Ltd. and of explaining how Berkshire's culture has evolved from its BPL origin," Buffett. "If you are fascinated by investment theory and practice, you will enjoy this book."

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