A monthly post looking at what books Abnormal Returns readers purchased at Amazon in the prior month has become an evergreen post. This month we ran an excerpt from Tim Richards’ Investing Psychology and readers quickly took to William Bernstein’s new book as well. Here are the books (combined print and Kindle) that our readers purchased the most during June 2014:

The Top 10

  1. Rational Expectations: Asset Allocation for Investing Adults by William Bernstein
  2. It’s Not All About “Me”: The Top Ten Techniques for Building Quick Rapport with Anyone by Robin Dreeke
  3. If You Can: How Millennials Can Get Rich Slowly by William Bernstein
  4. Simple Wealth, Inevitable Wealth by Nick Murray
  5. Think Like a Freak: How to Think Smarter about Almost Everything by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen Dubner
  6. Reducing the Risk of Black Swans: Using the Science of Investing to Capture Returns With Less Volatility by Larry Swedroe
  7. Clash of the Financial Pundits: How the Media Influences Your Investment Decisions for Better or Worse by Joshua M. Brown and Jeff Macke
  8. Rock Breaks Scissors: A Practical Guide to Outguessing and Outwitting Almost Everybody by William Poundstone
  9. Why Don’t We Learn from History? by B. H. Liddell Hart
  10. Abnormal Returns: Winning Strategies from the Frontlines of the Investment Blogosphere by Tadas Viskanta

The Next 10

  1. Global Value: How to Spot Bubbles, Avoid Market Crashes, and Earn Big Returns in the Stock Market by Mebane Faber
  2. Investing Psychology: The Effects of Behavioral Finance on Investment Choice and Bias by Tim Richards
  3. Effortless Savings: A Step-by-Step Guidebook to Saving Money Without Sacrifice by Richard Syrop
  4. Risk Savvy: How to Make Good Decisions by Gerd Gigerenzer
  5. The Intelligent Investor, Rev. Ed by Benjamin Graham
  6. The Nature of Value: How to Invest in the Adaptive Economy by Nick Gogerty
  7. The Outsiders: Eight Unconventional CEOs and Their Radically Rational Blueprint for Success by William Thorndike
  8. The Little Book of Market Wizards: Lessons from the Greatest Traders by Jack Schwager
  9. Investing: The Last Liberal Art, Second Edition by Robert G. Hagstrom
  10. Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

Thanks again to everyone who purchased a copy of my book or any other book (or item) during the month. Did you find something interesting to read this month? If so, leave a comment to give every one a head’s up.

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