I like reading letters to shareholder from CEOs that like to educate as much as they like to invest and run businesses. Below are links to the collected letters from investing giants including Warren Buffett & Charlie Munger of Berkshire Hathaway, and Amazon CEO and founder Jeff Bezos. This is the kind of education that I recommend those interested in investing read.
Warren Buffett, superinvestor and Berkshire CEO and chairman
Berkshire Hathaway’s letters to shareholders can be found here individually on Berkshire’s website. (I have yet to find a free, updated, complete collection, but post a link in the comments if you find one!) You can find some edited versions, collections, and other Buffett writings here.
I highly recommend both Buffett’s partnership letters collected & edited in this book, as well as his Berkshire letters edited in this book. Really you’ll learn a lot more, more quickly from those two books than diving through each letter one after the other like I did after reading both those books. I just can’t get enough Buffett!
Charlie Munger, Wesco chairman and Buffett’s right-hand man at Berkshire
David Hoang has kindly collected Charlie Munger’s Wesco letters from 1983 to 2009 (the last letter available.)
Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder, CEO, chairman, and operational business genius
I’ve put together an (ongoing) collection of the Amazon CEO’s letters to shareholders here from 1997 to the present.
Feel free to bug me if you notice that I haven’t updated the PDF for the past fiscal year. The 2020 letter will come out in 2021, for example.