10 Books Keith McCullough Has Recently Read

12/04/20 02:01PM EST

10 Books Keith McCullough Has Recently Read - zkeith

We have received many emails from subscribers requesting a list of books Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough has read this year. Below are 10 books Keith has read since summer's end. While we're on the subject, you may also want to head over to Hedgeye University to take a look at Keith's three "Must-Read Process Books" as well as 10 essential books which can help you become a better investor (and human being!) 

My Top-10 Latest Reads

1. Never Split The Difference - by Chris Voss

A former international hostage negotiator for the FBI offers a new, field-tested approach to high-stakes negotiations―whether in the boardroom or at home.

2. The Deficit Myth - Stephanie Kelton 

The leading thinker and most visible public advocate of modern monetary theory -- the freshest and most important idea about economics in decades -- delivers a radically different, bold, new understanding for how to build a just and prosperous society.

3. The Fifth Discipline - Peter Senge 

This revised edition of Peter Senge’s bestselling classic, The Fifth Discipline, is based on fifteen years of experience in putting the book’s ideas into practice. As Senge makes clear, in the long run the only sustainable competitive advantage is your organization’s ability to learn faster than the competition.

4. The Volatility Surface - Jim Gatheral 

Author and financial professional Jim Gatheral is intimately familiar with these issues and, in The Volatility Surface, he shares his many years of knowledge and experience to help make sense of it all. Written by a practitionerfor practitioners, The Volatility Surface examines why options are priced as they are and—starting from a powerful representation of implied volatility in terms of a weighted average ofrealized volatilities—explores the implications of various popular models for pricing.

5. The Storm Before The Calm - George Friedman

The master geopolitical forecaster and New York Times bestselling author of The Next 100 Years focuses on the United States, predicting how the 2020s will bring dramatic upheaval and reshaping of American government, foreign policy, economics, and culture.

7. Dis-United Nations - Peter Zeihan 

Smart, interesting, and essential reading, Disunited Nations is a sure-to-be-controversial guidebook that analyzes the emerging shifts and resulting problems that will arise in the next two decades. We are entering a period of chaos, and no political or corporate leader can ignore Zeihan’s insights or his message if they want to survive and thrive in this uncertain new time.

8. The Creativity Curve - Allen Gannett

Big data entrepreneur Allen Gannett overturns the mythology around creative genius, and reveals the science and secrets behind achieving breakout commercial success in any field.

9. The Biggest Bluff - Maria Konnikova 

“The tale of how Konnikova followed a story about poker players and wound up becoming a story herself will have you riveted, first as you learn about her big winnings, and then as she conveys the lessons she learned both about human nature and herself.” —The Washington Post

10. Radical Simplicity - Ken Allen 

This book is an inimitable guide to succeeding in any business, focusing on strategy and practical advice while revealing the simple lessons you need to learn to excel in life and work. It is an accessible read for entrepreneurs and managers at any stage of their career, packed with motivational material and no-nonsense tips.

FURTHER READING

Click here and here to check out "Hedgeye's Bookshelf" – a list of 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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