Sep 30, Tirath rated it liked it A reasonable book. I haven't much like Cunningham's work. It has a bit about how partially stupid the EMH is and how a valuation practice should be conducted.
Reuters Now that the stock markets are at a peak and everybody else seem to be richer, may I propose something for those of us who missed the boom? Happens to us folks all the time—or at least to me.
If only I had listened in to the wisdom of people like the legendary Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger, perhaps the smartest investors on Earth, founders of Berkshire Hathaway. And I wonder, what if I could learn to invest like them?
Instead of learning to invest like them—which most of us never will in our lifetimes—why not sucker those who believe they still can if they get the right advice? They offer assurances all you need to offer them is patience and time.
If you like what you hear they say and are convinced, part with your money. The modus operandi is both simple and ingenious. Offer an invaluable report free Like a lot many people, I started to watch the markets begin to go up a few months ago.
Everybody seemed to earning money hand over fist. And there were advisers of all kinds telling me I still have time on hand if I listen to them. And that they have it all figured out. All I must do is take some time out to patiently go over a horribly expensive report, for free, just that I may see how good they are at what they do.
To cite but one instance, a sample report came my way after I parted with my email address. Until now, my only exposure to stock markets is what exists in a in dud public sector bank that has gone no place since the time it was listed.
I have it is because when it went public, staffers were mandated by their seniors to call up customers to plead they subscribe. I was one among their clients.
Anyway, to get back to the point, in this report, VST Tillers sounded good for all the right reasons. By way of evidence, a year ago, when it was first recommended the stock was trading at Rs1, It now trades above Rs1, Those who heeded their advice then, earned a lot of money.
I almost bit the bait. A moment of sanity prevailed though and I thought I might as well look around some more before placing my money on the table. This raised two questions in my mind.
What was the stock price five years ago? Turns out it was Rs Every report these blokes send out carries a long note from the promoter of the firm about having come up the hard way and why his firm believes in what it does.
In either which case, their real motive is not money, but to get wiser. Be online all the time Every idiot know the best investors in the world are Buffett and Munger.
Twitter, Facebook, blog posts, Quora, email digests, etc. Commit these books to rote. The so-called wisdom in these books are, to put it bluntly, common sense nobody can argue against. You have to learn to be a follower before you become a leader. Add to this reading repertoire the annual report of Berkshire Hathaway.
It contains a letter to shareholders, a much-awaited publicly available document. Read it to sound contemporary and relevant. Why do the grunt? Repeat what they say to sound like them and attribute it to them. For instance, right now, everybody seems to be working at the intersection of neurosciences, biotech and social media.
Because Berkshire Hathaway researches so many themes, Buffett and Munger have an opinion on pretty much all these themes. Much the same thing can be said about artificial intelligence. Scream the mainstream is worthless The significance of this cannot be understated.
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