Books for Christmas.

Winter is coming here and Christmas is coming. Jason Zweig, Investing Columnist at WSJ’s blog Total Return, published a post about “best books for investors” he would be comfortable with decades from now. I think he did a great list, I did not know a few books (How to Lie with Statistics and Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman!).  Link.

Notes Chapter 2: Margin of Safety

  What is good for Wall Street is not necessarily good for investors, and vice versa. Wall Street firms perform important functions for our economy: they raise capital for expanding businesses and (sometimes) provide liquidty to markets. Up-front fees clearly create a bias toward frequent, and not necessarily profitable, transactions. Investors even remotely tempted toContinue reading “Notes Chapter 2: Margin of Safety”