What we said about George Soros is even more applicable with his protege, Stan Druckenmiller. As far as we know Stan has neither authored any books nor formally recommended any in particular. We found four books which discuss Druck to varying degrees with Jack Schwager the winner hands down. Below we list the four books on this list and provide some additional details on each publication in case readers are interested. If we are missing any books please hit us up email@example.com with the source so we can expand upon the list. Also make sure to check out our full investor list. Finally, per FTC rules please note the following that hopefully has not gotten old yet – We are a member of Amazon affiliate program we earn an affiliate fee if you purchase the book through these links it’s not enough to buy a new Windows PC and probably not enough to afford a copy of Margin of Safety but hopefully enough to obtain a copy of Dow 36,000. Everything you buy is 100% annonymous and Amazon gives no details on who makes the purchase.
|Book Name||Author||Publish Date||Date||Source|
|The New Market Wizards: Conversations With America’s Top Traders||Jack Schwager||1994||NA||NA|
|The Vital Few vs. the Trivial Many : Invest with the Insiders, Not the Masses||George Muzea||2004||NA||N/A|
|Inside the House of Money: Top Hedge Fund Traders on Profiting in the Global Markets||Steven Drobny||2006||NA||NA|
|More Money Than God: Hedge Funds and the Making of a New Elite.||Sebastian Mallaby||2010||NA||NA|
1. In The New Market Wizards, successful traders relate the financial strategies that have rocketed them to success. Asking questions that readers with an interest or involvement in the financial markets would love to pose to the financial superstars, Jack D. Schwager encourages these financial wizards to share their insights. Entertaining, informative, and invaluable, The New Market Wizards is destined to become another Schwager classic.
2. Filled with in-depth insight and expert advice, The Vital Few vs. The Trivial Many will open your eyes to a new way of looking at the investment world, especially the stock market. You’ll discover how to look past media hype to discern what the Vital Few or corporate insiders—those who know their companies best—are doing. By explaining which information is accurate and valuable, as opposed to that which is misleading and financially hazardous, investment professional George Muzea will show you how to successfully and intelligently evaluate the stock market and find valuable gems that have yet to be discovered by the masses.
3. Inside the House of Money lifts the veil on the typically opaque world of hedge funds, offering a rare glimpse at how today’s highest paid money managers approach their craft. Author Steven Drobny demystifies how these star traders make billions for well-heeled investors, revealing their theories, strategies and approaches to markets. Drobny, cofounder of Drobny Global Advisors, an international macroeconomic research and advisory firm, has tapped into his network and beyond in order assemble this collection of thirteen interviews with the industry’s best minds. Along the way, you’ll get an inside look at firsthand trading experiences through some of the major world financial crises of the last few decades. Whether Russian bonds, Pakistani stocks, Southeast Asian currencies or stakes in African brewing companies, no market or instrument is out of bounds for these elite global macro hedge fund managers. Highly accessible and filled with in-depth expert opinion, Inside the House of Money is a must-read for financial professionals and anyone else interested in understanding the complexities at stake in world financial markets.
“The ruminations of supposedly hush-hush hedge fund operators are richly illuminating.” —New York Times
4. Wealthy, powerful, and potentially dangerous, hedge fund moguls have become the It Boys of twenty-first- century capitalism. Beating the market was long thought to be impossible, but hedge funds cracked its mysteries and made fortunes in the process. Drawing on his unprecedented access to the industry, esteemed financial writer Sebastian Mallaby tells the inside story of the hedge funds, from their origins in the 1960s to their role in the financial crisis of 2007 to 2009.