Reading list

These lists are documentations of the books that I have read over the years, which include non-investing related books.


  1. Winning, by Jack Welch
  2. Tuesdays with Morrie, by Mitch Albom (didn’t finish)
  3. Safe Haven, by Nicholas Sparks
  4. How to Stop Worrying and Start Living, by Dale Carnegie
  5. Secrets of Millionaire Investors, by Adam Khoo and Conrad Alvin Lim
  6. The Intelligent Investor, by Benjamin Graham (didn’t finish)
  7. One Man’s View of the World, by Lee Kuan Yew
  8. Boundaries, by Dr Henry Cloud & Dr John Townsend (didn’t finish)
  9. Drive, by Daniel Pink
  10. Think and Grow Rich, by Napoleon Hill
  11. Awaken the Giant Within, by Anthony Robbins
  12. David and Goliath, by Malcolm Gladwell
  13. The Art of Thinking Clearly, by Rolf Dobelli (didn’t finish)
  14. One Up on Wall Street, by Peter Lynch
  15. The Little Book that Beats the Market, by Joel Greenblatt
  16. Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits, by Philip A Fisher
  17. A Random Walk Down Wall Street, by Burton Malkiel
  18. The Last Lecture, by Randy Pausch
  19. The Bogleheads’ Guide to Investing, by Mel Lindauer, Taylor Larimore and Michael LeBoeuf
  20. The Dhandho Investor, by Mohnish Pabrai


  1. Value Investing, from Graham to Buffett and Beyond, by Bruce Greenwald, Judd Khan, Paul Sonkin and Michael van Biema
  2. Thinking Fast and Slow, by Daniel Kahneman
  3. The $100 Startup, by Chris Guillebeau
  4. Good Leaders Ask Great Questions, by John Maxwell
  5. How to Buy Property Using Other People’s Time, Money and Experience, by Simon Zutshi
  6. The Black Swan, by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
  7. Second Chance, by Robert Kiyosaki
  8. Walking Out of the Financial Maze, by Catherine Chee Keng Lian
  9. The ABCs of Real Estate Investing, by Ken McElroy
  10. The New Depression – The Breakdown of the Paper Money Economy, by Richard Duncan
  11. Tax-Free Wealth – How to Build Massive Wealth by Permanently Lowering Your Taxes, by Tom Wheelwright
  12. Business Adventures, by John Brooks (didn’t finish)
  13. Value Investing for Beginners – How to Build a Multi-Million Net Worth as Simple as ABC, by Ken Chee
  14. Value Investing for Employees – How Anyone Can Easily Build a Million-Dollar Net Worth Holding a Regular 9-5 Job, by Clive Tan
  15. Value Investing in Dividend Growth Companies, by Kenneth Low
  16. Sakamoto Ryoma and the Meiji Restoration, by Marius Jansen (didn’t finish)


  1. The Wealth Dragon Way – The Why, the When & the How to Become Infinitely Wealthy, by John Lee and Vincent Wong
  2. Asian Godfathers – Money and Power in Hong Kong and South-East Asia, by Joe Studwell (didn’t finish)
  3. 慢慢来,一切都来得及, by Meiya (finished the parts that I wanted to read)


  1. The Essays of Warren Buffett, by Lawrence Cunningham
  2. The Little Book that Builds Wealth, by Pat Dorsey
  3. Built to Last, by Jim Collins (didn’t finish)
  4. The Most Important Thing Illuminated, by Howard Marks
  5. The Outsiders, by William Thorndike
  6. Man’s Search for Meaning, by Victor Frankl
  7. 100 Baggers, by Christopher Mayer
  8. Tap Dancing to Work, by Carol Loomis
  9. Shoe Dog, by Phil Knight
  10. Autobiography of a Yogi, by Paramhansa Yogananda
  11. Poor Charlie’s Almanack (traditional chinese version), by Charles Munger and Peter Kaufman
  12. Why Moats Matter, by Heather Brilliant and Elizabeth Collins