McCullough: My 2020 Summer Reading List

06/19/20 11:03AM EDT

McCullough: My 2020 Summer Reading List - 6 19 2020 9 46 57 AM

Below is a list of the top-20 books I've been reading this year. Before we get to my top-20 "Summer Reading" list, I wanted to highlight my three favorite that have deeply influenced their process. We call these our "Must-Read Process Books."

TOP-20 Summer READING LIST

  1. The Twenty Ninth Day - by Eric Sevareid
  2. Can't Hurt Me - by David Goggins
  3. Wired To Eat - by Robb Wolf 
  4. Bulleit Proof - by Tom Bulliet 
  5. Peak - by Anders Ericsson
  6. The Splendid & The Vile (A Saga of Churchill, Family, and Defiance During The Blitz) - by Erik Larson
  7. Infinite Powers - by Steven Strogatz 
  8. The Trouble With Gravity - by Richard Panek
  9. The Future Is Faster Than You Think - by Peter Diamandis & Steven Kotler
  10. The Man Who Solved The Market - by Greg Zuckerman 
  11. The MVP Machine: How Baseball’s New Nonconformists Are Using Data To Build Better Teams – by Ben Lindbergh & Travis Sawchik
  12. The Talent Code - Greatness Isn't Born, It's Grown - by Daniel Coyle 
  13. Boyd - The Fighter Pilot Who Changed The Art of War – by Robert Coram
  14. Quantitative Hitting - by D.K. Willardson
  15. King of Capital - by David Carey and John Morris
  16. Aftermath - by Jim Rickards 
  17. AI Superpowers - by Kai-Fu Lee 
  18. The Ride of a Lifetime - by Bob Iger 
  19. Your Sherpa - by Jeff Tyburski
  20. The Emerald Mile – by Kevin Fedarko

FURTHER reading

Click here and here to check out "Hedgeye's Bookshelf" – a list of all the books CEO Keith McCullough has read in both 2019 and 2018.)

We encourage you to check out these reading lists to help you dive deeper into how we approach financial markets.

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