Sunday, December 15, 2013

Best books of 2013

Readers often urge me to highlight books I reviewed over the course of the year that I found particularly worthwhile. It’s a holiday tradition on practically every site that either sells or reviews books. So, despite the fact that putting a book on a “best” list is a subjective and intrinsically flawed process, here goes. This year I have chosen six books, presented here in alphabetical order by author.

Fitschen, Keith. Building Reliable Trading Systems (Wiley)

Gray, Wesley R. and Tobias E. Carlisle. Quantitative Value (Wiley)

Li, Junheng. Tiger Woman on Wall Street (McGraw-Hill)

Mihaljevic, John. The Manual of Ideas (Wiley)

Paul, Jim and Brendan Moynihan. What I Learned Losing a Million Dollars (Columbia University Press)

Weatherall, James Owen. The Physics of Wall Street (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for your very good reviews. I hope you continue to review and educate us in 2014. Happy new year.