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Anyone who dabbles in investing, whether brand new to the market or an experienced trader, needs guidance. It's important to keep up to date on what is happening on Wall Street to stay current on good investments and continue to succeed. Some books on investing dole out tips and tricks to increase earnings, while others offer clear formulas for newcomers to follow. While many books on this list have been around for a while, their newly revised editions are great resources for today's investment market. Here are the ten best books on investing to read in 2018.

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1. "A Random Walk Down Wall Street" by Burton G. Malkiel

This revised and updated version of an investing classic is one of the best books on investing to read this year. Investments can be an intimidating field. Many first-time investors feel like they have to create an extensive portfolio at the beginning. Malkiel understands this and helps newcomers feel comfortable with small steps, such as developing their first 401(k). He focuses in on long-term investing, predicting prices, and avoiding common mistakes. His book teaches the terms and meanings of investment terminology, believing that you must first understand what is being said to be able to learn to invest wisely.

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