I'm going into my sophomore year at a mid-target school studying Math and Econ and currently have a 3.83 GPA in my major (school has an undergrad business program but I'm in arts&sciences). I have excellent quantitative skills (800 on SAT Math/Math level 2, lot of competition math), but my knowledge of finance and investing is rather limited. What are the best books to read if I'm interested in potentially interning this summer and going into finance as a career? I'd like to learn about investing as a whole as well as more technical things that may be necessary to know for an internship/job. I read a lot, but need some direction on the best use of my time in terms of finance books. Keep in mind that with my math/econ major I won't really be able to take many or any finance courses, so textbook recommendations are also greatly appreciated - even just recommendations on the type of textbooks I should read. I'm most interested in going into IB, though I'd appreciate recommendations across the board; I'm looking to learn as much as I possibly can. Thanks.