Reading List

Financial & Investment Related

  • Nudge: Improving Decisions about Health, Wealth and Happiness, by Cass Sunstein and Richard Thaler
  • America's Bank, by Roger Lowenstein
  • The Intelligent Investor, by Benjamin Graham
  • Value Investing Today, by Charles Brandes
  • Buffett, by Roger Lowenstein
  • The Winner's Curse, Richard Thaler
  • On War, by Carl von Clausewitz

Fishing Related

  • The Founding Fish, by John McPhee.  Way more than a “fish story”, an enjoyable read if you like history, nature, and/or fishing.
  • First Light, by Philip R. Craig and William G. Tappley. A fishing-related mystery
  • Dynamic Nymphing, by George Daniel
  • The Confluence, a collection of short stories about fishing in the Dartmouth Grant.
  • Sunlit Riffles and Shadowed Runs, by Kent Cowgill
  • Great Rivers Great Hatches, by Charles Meck
  • Reading the Water, by Dave Hughes
  • A River Runs Through It, by Norman Maclean

Ralph's Recent Reading

  • Factfulness, by Hans Rosling. Reading this book may change how you think. It’s that good.
  • Talking to Strangers, by Malcolm Gladwell. Very thought provoking insight into the way we communicate.
  • Prodigal Summer, by Barbara Kingsolver. Good fiction is always enjoyable.
  • Becoming, by Michelle Obama. Bet you never thought I’d read this book.
  • Beneath A Scarlet Sky, by Mark Sullivan. A true story of World War II in northern Italy. Fabulous!
  • H is for Hawk, by Helen Macdonald. Excellent writing. Tough subject matter. Very much worth it.
  • Henry IV, Part 1 & Part 2, by William Shakespeare. The Bard at his playful best. 
  • The Jersey Brothers, by Sally Mott Freeman: A missing naval officer in the pacific and his family’s quest to bring him home.
  • London’s Triumph, by Stephen Alford: A truly interesting history of London in the Elizabethan Era, The Golden Age in English history.

If you have any book suggestions, please let me know!!

Raymond James is not affiliated with the above authors.