Saving, budgeting, and investing are keys to creating wealth, but there are many different philosophies about how to approach this essential task. The "investment philosophers" offer systematic beliefs about investing that often parallel other systems of human conduct (e.g. Taoism, the hunter-warrior). The financial economists (e.g. Fisher, Keynes) offer insights about how human behavior is collectively expressed in markets.
"wanted philosophy, this is investment advice"
Investments in tangible assets offer a unique set of opportunities and problems, often related to limited supply (so that price becomes especially sensitive to changes in demand). Learn about the techniques of investors who have succeeded (and failed) with this special class of investments.
"Nothing about real estate"