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Understand complex subjects one book at a time, in an appropriate order.
Lord Of The Rings Books
I've read the top four books. I didn't know that there was so much more than Tolkien wrote. The LOTR feels like a fully fleshed out universe, yet surprisingly little is actually mentioned in detail, it seems only in passages from the mythology backstory books that the detail is revealed, but the detail was ever-present in the trilogy because it made it all believable. If you can draw a better network, feel free to copy this.
Books Michael Burry Recommended A Long Time Ago
These are books that Michael Burry recommended (of The Big Short fame) when he was starting out and posting in online forums like Silicon Investor. They cover a wide range, I've placed them with more fundamental works further down. A good place to start for a total beginner is Why Stock Go Up And Down, as this covers the mechanics of equity ownership (the thing that is being traded). Moving upward things get a little more practical, I'd say You Can Be A Stock Market Genius is hard to replicate, whereas Buffettology and Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits have easier concepts to grasp, though applying it practically needs a lot of thought.
Good Books to Accompany The A.I. Investor
The A.I. Investor series uses Machine Learning with Python to create A.I. stock pickers (and it teaches everything needed to do that too). I've had questions from readers about what books are worth reading to understand investing/Machine Learning stuff. To be honest I don't think there's anything overly complicated there (that's why I felt I could condense all the content into a book and then show how to make the A.I. Investor yourself). This BibTree might help by pointing readers to books that they might look up to go into more depth on any one of the subjects the A.I. Investor books cover. It's basically a child of the Value Investing school of thought (the earlier type, where they focus on financial statements more and rank stocks) and the Python/Machine Learning stuff which seems to be popular these days (I do think Python is an excellent language to start with).
Some Classic Investing Books
BibTree is still being built, though anyone can store their library in diagrams like this. These are just classic investing books I saw in a tweet from @unseen_investor, I've read most of them, I think this diagram makes sense.
Foundation Books I've Read
Foundation books I've read, I quite like these.
40K Books About The Ultramarines Chapter
Used to collect these space marines, the books are OK.