In life and in investments we always have to read, learn, grow, improve, evolve, read more and more.
What do I mean by reading? Read the classic books, read the right books, the serious books, the books that make you evolve as a person – that’s for any area, anywhere. I’m going to make a post with all the finance books I’ve read and comment on them in a specific post for each one. In these times of political turmoil and financial news (which you must learn to ignore), market volatility tends to increase with so much hot and bad news.
The fact is that every day has thousands of news about everything and their scientific correlation with the reality of facts and assets is very low, although journalists and analysts insist on this, but do not fear, there are books to take refuge.
Take only the book I started reading yesterday:
And guess who just told me? Warren Buffet.
In his annual letter to the shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway 2012, he speaks very highly of this book and further notes that this is one of the three great books he has read including Intelligent investor.
So here’s the tip I can give you reader this week. When I finish the book he comments.
Hugs and good reading.
Thanks for having me.