Comments: I got hooked! This book was suggested for me by many of my friends who were shocked that a Warren Buffett nut like me hadn’t already read it. I guess I was a bit intimidated by the idea of undressing the shiny cover that I thought Mr. Buffett operated with.
Shockingly I could not have been more wrong. I read through the book in no time, and if possible, was even more intrigued by the personality behind all of that success in business. Understanding the personality behind the business decisions he has orchestrated during his long and successful career, further opened my eyes for the possibilities of enterprising investor.
Comments: A bestseller that changed the way I thought about great businesses. It is all about asset allocation, especially at the top management!
Comments: This is the thing. It never gets outdated, as the grand father of value investing Ben Graham has outlined the principles of investing, giving life to the term “margin of safety” in investing.
Comments: A ground breaking insight into human mind and how we actually think, autonomously and intentionally.
Comments: If you lack a clear structure to valuation, this is the book. Bruce Greenwald walks you through the steps to valuing companies in the way of the best value investors in the world, with clear examples of different companies.
Comments: If you haven’t yet read the early Partnership letters of Warren Buffett, I would suggest you do it by reading the compilation by Jeremy C. Miller, as he pinpoints the key takeaways from the highly valuable early Warren Buffett wisdom.
Comments: The best thing an investor can read.
It is difficult to find enough time to read and learn these days, so one trick to invest in myself is to listen to people I look upwards while on transit. I have found it a great benefit to listen people I look up to, and suddenly the morning commute to work has changed from an irritating necessity to the most inspiring morning lecture that I look forward to each day. Here are some of my masterminds as an example: