In his autobiography: "So Far, So Good", veteran investor Roy Neuberger, founder of well-known investment firm Neuberger Berman recalled the events of his life and shared insights on business as well as investing. Neuberger reminiscences the days of his youth, from his wanderlust in France to his love for fine art, which led him to develop his lifelong … Continue reading Neuberger’s Principles for Successful Investing!
Investor Michael Steinhardt stands out heads and shoulders among all of the many numerous professional money managers that Wall Street has ever produced. He's amazing track record of generating double-digit average annualised returns over a period of almost 3 decades (28 years to be exact) has made him and his clients a tremendous amount of money - a … Continue reading Learning from a King of Wall Street – Michael Steinhardt’s autobiogaphy
Investment strategist and author James Montier has something to say to investors: you may be your own enemy! In his book 'The Little Book of Behavioral Investing', Montier talks about behavioural finance and highlights psychological pitfalls that we tend to make on our investment journey. Here are 4 biases that hinder us from being successful investors: … Continue reading 4 Biases that hinder us from investing successfully!
“When I see memos from Howard Marks in my mail, they’re the first thing I open and read. I always learn something, and that goes double for his book” ~ Warren Buffett Howard Marks, investor, co-founder and chairman of Oaktree Capital Management, has compiled his letters, notes and thoughts of investment management over the years … Continue reading The Most Important Thing – A Review
Back in 2011, my parents bought this book for me knowing my interest for global macro investing (since Jim Rogers is known to be a pioneer in global macro), and I eagerly finished it as soon as I started reading it. This book, according to Rogers, was originally intended as an article or a pamphlet … Continue reading Review: A Gift to My Children – Jim Rogers
Everybody’s favourite billionaire gives advice on entrepreneurship in his book ‘Business Stripped Bare.’ In this third book, flamboyant Sir Richard Branson discusses everything from various business models (i.e. Chaebol/Keiretsu) to Branding and Customer satisfaction. He breaks the book down into several chapters, with the title of each chapter an element that every entrepreneurs must try … Continue reading Insights from Sir Richard Branson’s ‘Business Stripped Bare’