The classic best seller by Benjamin Graham, perhaps the greatest investment advisor of the 20th century, The Intelligent Investor has taught and inspired hundreds of thousands of people worldwide. Since its original publication in 1949, Benjamin Graham's book has remained the most respected guide to investing, due to his timeless philosophy of "value investing".
What did you love best about The Intelligent Investor?
Timeless advice on how to invest. Lots of good tips and insights into what it takes to become an intelligent investor.
What was one of the most memorable moments of The Intelligent Investor?
1. Warren Buffett rates this as the best book on investment he has ever read.
2. The fact that most times we lose money it is from speculating not from investing and that the greatest enemy of the investor is himself.
What about Bill McGowan’s performance did you like?
He does a good lively naration
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
No, it was better to keep coming back and soaking up the gems offered by Graham in the book
Any additional comments?
This is a must read book for people who want long term success in investing
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The bible references and the contant barrage of christian dogma are overbearing. Even if you can overlook this, the rambling and waffling makes it difficult to discern the key points made.
None of the material is original. Quotes from James Allen were given as anonomous. Why? Because the auther makes the comment that Eastern religions are false and new age lets you think you can do anything you want. I guess she cannot therefore officially endorse James Allen.
The author may have some good points to make to one eyed fundamentalist christians, but if this is not you, stap yourself in for mega doses of dogma!
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In A Return to Love, Marianne Williamson shares her reflections on A Course in Miracles and her insights on the application of love in the search for inner peace.
Marianne's style will suit some people, probably those people in a real hurry. The content of the book is great, but the frieght train pace quickly makes one a little nauseous.
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