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Very educational, slightly different in context to other Warren Buffett books that I have read, if you are interested in the financial markets, it is well worth reading. The book as a good layout throughout and it is easy to follow and understand the topics being talked about. Decent front book cover, more of a educational/autobiography style of book. I would not pick this as the 1st Warren Buffet book to read, better to read it after you have read other of his books, the information in this boo...
For whatever reason self-help guru James Altucher has disavowed his older trading/investing books, including one of my favorite Buffett books: Trade Like Warren Buffett.In a sea of bland-same-old-conservative-value-Buffett-books, Altucher’s evaluates the out of the ordinary strategies Buffett pursued and ends the book with interviews of two of my favorites hedge fund managers: Mohnish Pabrai and Zeke Ashton.I have devoured this book at least seven separate times and much of it led to the techniq...
This book is an interesting dive into the other side of Warren Buffet's strategy when it comes to making money in the stock market. He didn't always buy and hold forever because he had more options due to the lower amount of money and the techniques available to him back in the day. The writing was rather easy to understand for a beginner like me who doesn't understand too many technical terms. My only issue with this book was that the Interview sections were far too long and my eyes glazed over...
A couple of chapters were quite cool - about structured deals, downside protection, and the interviews with Pabrai and Zeke.Found it a little shallow in many partsBut definitely a book to have - - Made me think more of his short termism at times, and how most of his better trades were always based on company distress, or market panic or some such event.Further takes me to - how to wait it out whenever a compelling opportunity is not slapping me in the face.
Value investors often distinguish between “investors” (themselves) & speculators or traders, so the title of this book about the king of value investing is intentionally jarring. An easy-to-read description of Buffett’s investing techniques from someone not in the Buffett or value cult.
its need more detail to show Warren Buffett Magic
Its a interesting book which gives us a detailed picture of other side of buffet (less known). How he trades for his personal account etc. Good depart from what we know already of him.