- @juliagalef Deprival Superreaction Hammer Syndrome Inversion Kantian Fairness Tendency Lollapalooza Tendency Loss Aversion Lake Wobegone Effect (see Overconfidence) Liking/Loving Tendency Reason-Respecting Tendency Reciprocity Social-Proof Tendency Twaddle Tendency https://t.co/bU9NK1S476
- @John_Stepek Damn Right. https://t.co/yJ1oSuKvlR https://t.co/PKL8ZcVyKQ.
- 3/ When I was writing my Charlie Munger book https://t.co/PKL8ZcVyKQ I wanted the book to be funnier to make it easier to read. I asked a few people whether I should include a few jokes and they said "no." I included the jokes anyway. A book is personal. Write what *you* want.
- @asinghtoo https://t.co/HghQCVjDPF
This book presents the essential steps of Charlie Munger's investing strategy, condensed from interviews, speeches, writings, and shareholder letters and paired with commentary from fund managers, value investors, and business-case historians. Munger's approach is straightforward enough that ordinary investors can apply it to their portfolios.