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In the minds of great investors - A trip to the psychology used by the greatest investors of all times through biographies quotes and operational analysis - cover

In the minds of great investors - A trip to the psychology used by the greatest investors of all times through biographies quotes and operational analysis

Stefano Calicchio

Publisher: Stefano Calicchio

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Summary

How does a great investment genius think? What psychology characterizes the smart investor? What differentiates those who have consistently beaten the market for years from the remaining 99%? 

This book answers the above questions based on life and the statements of industry legends. Be inspired by the formidable real-life stories of characters like Warren Buffett, Peter Lynch, William Gann, John Templeton or Benjamin Graham. Let the psychology of the greatest investors of all time take you by the hand, listen to the words of their most famous quotes and immediately begin to look at the businesses and potential investments around you with a different eye. Often what winning investors do is very simple from a logical and interpretive point of view, but people are not willing to spend enough time to understand it. Stop wasting time behind thousands of pages of theoretical manuals and discover what really matters with simple, stimulating and immediate reading.

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