“Don’t tax you, don’t tax me, tax that fellow behind the tree!” — Senator Russell B. Long “No one should see how laws or sausages are made. To retain respect for sausages and laws, one must not watch them in the
It is no accident that the rapid rise in living standards over the past century has coincided with tremendous technological progress throughout the economy. At a fundamental level, rising living standards require the economy to generate an ever-increasing supply of
In Berkshire Beyond Buffett, George Washington University Professor Lawrence Cunningham paints a compelling portrait of Berkshire’s culture that demonstrates how Mr. Buffett’s skills as a manager have been key to the company’s growth over the past two decades. Read this review for more details.
The Education of a Value Investor chronicles Guy Spier’s evolution from a self described “Gordon Gekko wannabe” to a highly accomplished fund manager who has found success through a constant effort of attaining worldly wisdom and seeking to understand his own personality more fully. Read the article for a review of the book.
John Rotonti presents beginning investors with an easily understandable guide to value investing in A Manual on Common Stock Investing. Read this review of the book for further details.