Quote Originally Posted by NeilH View Post
Most books people recommend will be pop-business books. They are easy to read, filled with business stories and make you feel like you're learning something. Avoid these books.

If you are serious about learning, use textbooks. They are designed for conveying knowledge.

1. Start will high school level then move your way to university economics 101.
2. Initially cover the broad spectrum around economic (micro, macro, behavioral, game theory, etc)
3. Find what interests you and read deeper in that direction and be sure to apply it !
Very good point. Not a lot of people realize how much knowledge lies in their high school books, back then you were a brainless sex hormone and paid little to no attention. Go read your high school textbooks again now - It's incredible what you will get out of it given your new perspective in life vs 25 years ago.