Warren Buffett s Three Favorite Books This book IS Completely interactive with over hours of video content A starting point for amateur and intermediate investors to finally understand the content found in The Intelligent Investor Sec

  • Title: Warren Buffett's Three Favorite Books
  • Author: Preston G. Pysh
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  • Page: 277
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  • This book IS Completely interactive with over 10 hours of video content A starting point for amateur and intermediate investors to finally understand the content found in The Intelligent Investor, Security Analysis, and the Wealth of Nations Easy to understand, yet covers complex topics for stocks, bonds, and preferred shares Did you know Warren Buffett, the world s weThis book IS Completely interactive with over 10 hours of video content A starting point for amateur and intermediate investors to finally understand the content found in The Intelligent Investor, Security Analysis, and the Wealth of Nations Easy to understand, yet covers complex topics for stocks, bonds, and preferred shares Did you know Warren Buffett, the world s wealthiest stock investor, is quoted as saying three books have shaped his investment philosophy For than half a century, he used the information provided in these three books to go from nothing to a massive 39 billion net worth The three books that gave him this wisdom are The Wealth of Nations pub 1776 by Adam Smith, Security Analysis pub 1934 by Benjamin Graham, and The Intelligent Investor pub 1949 , also by Benjamin Graham In fact, Benjamin Graham was Buffett s professor at Columbia and the most influential financial advisor he ever had So, have you ever tried reading Graham s books Many might agree the books are as exciting as listening to Ben Stein read the 30th page of The Wall Street Journal It is time we fixed that Instead of keeping these billion dollar secrets hidden behind thousands of pages of financial jargon, I wrote one simple guide Warren Buffett s Three Favorite Books If you re looking for a guide that explains how the wealthy really think and buy assets, you re in the right place This isn t a get rich quick book Instead, this is where your investing techniques take a turn in the road This book will teach you how to accumulate assets and become very wealthy over decades of wise decisions and proper asset valuation The best part about the book is the methods are taught in an easy to follow and understandable scenario for all to enjoy

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    1. A great book into the world of understanding numbers underlying business performance. The author has done a remarkable job of simplifying the complex world of value investing and security analysis for the layman. Book provides an overview of basic financial instruments such as Bonds, Stocks, Funds, and Indexes as well as goes into detail of how to calculate a business' intrinsic value. In addition, author also suggests benchmark values for key performance ratios such as a less than 15 for PE rat [...]

    2. First, a disclaimer, I only read the free sample available for Kindle. Second, I read that little because it was more than enough to realize that this book desperately needs a good editor. I work in the investments industry and am always looking for simple books written for the average person. I cannot recommend this book to my clients.…Or recommend any book that can't even be bothered to correctly attribute trademarks. For example, "velcro shoes". Velcro is a company and should be capitalized [...]

    3. A pretty comprehensive introduction to investing, with great guiding principles. Pysh is clearly passionate in the success of his readers as he provides them with various practical tools.

    4. Great investing bookThis book not only explains what to look for but also when to do it, and it achieves its objective using understandable language. Great work!Hope the author keeps writing this way.

    5. I would recommend this to people who know absolutely nothing about finance. If you've had even one college finance course and remember anything at all, this book is too basic for you.

    6. I first heard about this book on the author’s podcast. For anyone who is remotely interested in investing in the stock/bond market should read this book. This book is easy to understand and the author dumbs it down so even beginners can understand. There is also a website that the author shares in the book that you can use to help you follow the material and he even provides calculators to help you with your stock/bond picks. This book is very informative and I’m very glad I read it. I will [...]

    7. A good startThis definitely wetted my appetite for reading into and learning about investing. It does have a few math equations and a few harder terms but going back and reading helps and it is a good start.

    8. Pretty good understanding of the stock market and the books he intended to summarize. I especially found helpful the difference between stocks, bonds, dividends, and how to read a corporate cash flow. Not an inspirational book, more of a nuts and bolts.

    9. How to invest like Warren Buffet?Fun,simple to follow I learn and understand the principals to become a Pro!!! Thank you for you're book,I'm Happy to been reading this!!

    10. Quickly summarizes complex concepts I have a degree in accounting but not in finance. This book really simplified concepts that some college professors ultimately fail at teaching.

    11. Adults, go straight to the Accounting book (#2 in this series). Covers everything covered in this book but with better style and at a more appropriate level of detail. I read this because I thought I could give it to my kids ahead of the Berkshire meeting this year, but this book isn't tailored well for kids either (Part 1 alone could be).

    12. I truly appreciated all that this book had to offer. I wanted to learn more about stocks and bonds and this book was very informative. There were videos in each chapter that reinforced what was read. The beginning of the book was easy reading. As the chapters progressed, the reading became a little more textbook, but still very easy to understand.

    13. A nice book about stocks. About the first third is written in an amusing “story-like manner” told by a father to his son about stocks, while explaining some important info regarding dividends, book value, equity, debt to equity ratio, current and quick ratio, assets, liabilities and so on. The following chapters explain how to calculate intrinsic value of stocks with real examples, and give basic information regarding financial statements.The Strategy presented in this book is finding compan [...]

    14. This is definitely not one of my three favourite books.Reading good books on investing is one of the best ways to learn the craft, and as an equities analyst, I am always on the lookout for hidden gems. Unfortunately this is neither a good book nor a hidden gem.Pysh writes surprisingly little of Buffet's 'three favourite books' (The Wealth of Nations, Security Analysis, and The Intelligent Investor), instead opting for an over-simplified and desperately wanting crash course in investing basics. [...]

    15. Many people invest based on their gut feeling or the direction of the market but that is the fool's way. In Warren Buffett's Three Favorite Books, Pysh explains how you can invest intelligently by teaching you the core concepts used by Buffett.The book is broken down into three parts and is further separated into a number of units. Each unit contains easy to understand examples to explain some of the more complicated concepts you would find in business and investment. The book also contains link [...]

    16. Great book for begginers like me, everything is explained from 0.But, why read the book when there are free courses online covering the same topics by the author.Each book covered here is not easy at all for noobies in investing, The intelligent investor, security analysis and the walth of nations are must reads but definitely not for starters.

    17. Value investing for the laymanGreat book! Preston Psyh explains value investing in extremely simple terms. Great read for anyone and everyone. Thank you. -

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