ON WEDNESDAY and Thursday, we listed some classic reads for investors. Here are five more great books that can help you be smarter about your investing and grow a fatter portfolio:
* Your Money and Your Brain by Jason Zweig. This introduction to behavioral finance explains why smart people do dumb things. It's out of print, but inexpensive used copies are available.
* Money Masters of Our Time by John Train (HarperBusiness, $16). A great way to familiarize yourself with many of the best investors, including Warren Buffett, John Templeton, Benjamin Graham and Philip Fisher.
* Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits by Philip Fisher (Wiley, $23). First published in 1958 and now a classic, particularly for investors interested in fast-growing companies.
* The Innovator's Dilemma by Clayton Christensen (HarperBusiness, $18). Focuses on businesses and how they can keep their edge, which should be important to investors. He teaches at Harvard Business School.
* The Investor's Anthology: Original Ideas From the Industry's Greatest Minds by Charles D. Ellis, editor. Out of print. Offers anecdotes and observations from business giants .