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 .