Our pick of the year?s best reads
Want to learn more about investing but lack the time to read a tome? Then try Jonathan Davis?s latest book. A typical entry lasts no more than five short pages. A variety of investors are represented, ranging from Victor Niederhoffer to the Rothschilds.
There is even a contribution from Yale Hirsch, who bases his approach on finding seasonal anomalies. While this book lacks the technical depth of more extended works, it does manage to inform and entertain; each chapter is brief and focused. That makes it an ideal read to dip into over Christmas, still feeling you?ve come away with some useful knowledge.