Jim: First off, a big U.S. ARMY HOOAH BOOYAH for ya! I'm a new Army officer who graduated from Bucknell University (I learned a lot from your talk there on the Citizen in America), and I've read all of your books on investing. I'm wondering if you had any other authors you could recommend. Hopefully you can help me find not just boring personal finance books that tell me what I already know, but I'm looking for something that goes deeper into the market and economy. Thanks from Cramerica, and thanks for helping out the common man. --Charley
Cramer says: Ken Fisher’s latest book The Only Three Questions That Count and David Darst’s The Little Book That Saves Your Assets. Older classics like Benjamin Graham’s The Intelligent Investor and Reminiscences of a Stock Operator by Edwin Lefèvre are also good.