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I just began my literary journey into investing and have read the following:

Richest man in Babylon

The Bogleheads Guide to Investing

One up on Wall Street

The Science of Success

I am currently reading The Intelligent Investor, but was wondering how many books regarding investing or personal finance you read on average, say, every month, quarter, or year? Feel free to drop book recommendations, especially those along the lines of fundamental and value investing, or any other resources you have used to learn how to determine if a company is undervalued. 

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