What Is /biz/'s recommended reading list for a fresh high school graduate about to get a job that wants to make a living eventually through the stock market?
Read the fronts of 1 million $100 bills that belong to you, so that you can remember the time you had money!
Read "levi strauss" off the front of pants because blowjob joke
no but seriously read investopedia
Funny but not quite what I was looking for. I'm the kind of guy that goes all In, when I wanted to become a political scientist I read ten books on political ideology and countless more on society and government. I want something encompassing, I want to know what economics Is, the basics of It, some detail further than supply and demand, and what macro and micro economics are. I'm ready to go all the fuck In with this shit man. Lay down some starter literature. Investopedia seems great, but I don't think there's much there for me In terms of theory.
The Courage to Act - Ben Bernanke for context and detail behind the GFC and the Fed.
The Age of Turbulence - Alan Greenspan for part autobiography related to monetary policy and part discussion of the global economy and the biggest issues facing it moving forward.