The most applicable investment book --pertaining to retirement/long term savings plan-- that I have ever read (and I have read quite a few). The book does a fantastic job of explaining the advantages of his portfolio, and he gives a step by step explanation of his positions (ticker symbol included) as well as his rationale for each position. I will likely utilize his portfolio for my retirement account because I agree that the portfolio will likely outperform the vast majority of financial advisers: at least net of fees.
The book was very informative. It does a fantastic job of explaining the process of researching and choosing a multi-family apartment for investment purposes. The premise that any individual can have the sophistication/network of advisers --to be successful in the real estate arena-- is unrealistic, but his depiction of the process is interesting and worth understanding.
The book is written from an economists perspective. The majority of the book discusses his macroeconomic theories and his proof for his sentiments. The book is too long, and too abstract. I did not find very many useful tips in the book. The author is a good writer and an intelligent individual, but I did not find the book to be especially helpful as an investment guide.
The book is very simple for the experienced investor; but it is well written, and it states helpful theories that can help investors at all levels.
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