Book Review: Sapiens – A Brief History of Humankind

There are many aspects of life where the link between cause and effect is very clear.  Humans, as well as many other animals, quickly learn that taking a certain action invariably leads to a predictable and reliable result.  For example,

Book Review: Mastering the Market Cycle

“Imagine how much harder physics would be if electrons had feelings!” — Richard Feynman The goal of many websites is to create “evergreen” content — that is, content that stands the test of time and will prove to be relevant

Book Review: Early Bird – The Power of Investing Young

“Compound interest is the 8th wonder of the world.  He who understands it earns it.  He who doesn’t pays it.” — Attributed to Albert Einstein The quote above has often been attributed to Albert Einstein although there is some controversy regarding whether

Book Review: University of Berkshire Hathaway

“It can’t possibly be this easy!” A first time attendee of a Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting might find it hard to believe that there could be any skeptics in the crowd.  In contrast to the boring, useless, and perfunctory meetings

Book Review: The Man Who Sold America

“The settling of the country, the machine age, the coming of the automobile, telephone, movies, radio, the advances in fine arts and all the sciences, demanded that our capacity to accept and use new ideas be developed to a point

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