Keith McCullough says he tries to read a non-fictional book every 10 days.

That’s because he’s always open to learning something that may add to his view of the world and how things work, especially when it comes to his macro investment process, which is always evolving.

In part three of our conversation with the founder & CEO of Hedgeye, McCullough gives investors his top three investment books – one related to math, one to history, and one to behaviour – that, to this day, continue to shape how he invests.

If you want to raise your investment game, consider these three book ideas from McCullough, who coaches investors daily on how to improve their investment results.

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