Sunday, December 24, 2006

Investment Book by Ken Fischer

My best investment sources recommend "The Only Three Questions That Count," by Ken Fisher. Fisher is a very, very successful investor. Forbes says that he is the only one of their investment adviser/columnists who is on their "400 Richest in the World" list. Donald Luskin reviews it:
There's pretty much no such thing as a great investment book. But here's an exception. Here's one that you're going to want to read. And when you're done, you're going to want to read it again. Unlike most investment books, this one doesn't pretend to give you all the answers. Instead, this one just gives you questions. And that turns out to be infinitely more valuable — because they are precisely the right questions. They cut right to the heart of what it takes to be a serious, thoughtful and successful investor.

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