- I just finished the new book on Jim Simons (The Man Who Solved the Market). It is quite a good story and well written. If you expect to learn very much new about how the Renaissance system works, you will likely be disappointed. My 25iQ post on that is: https://t.co/sbchvhnR1b
- @amcafee @jiatolentino @RobThomas @StephenKing @mgurri @TayariJones @davidkushner @Billbrowder @billbrysonn @TaNehisiCoats Space Cadet @kidkoala House of Leaves @markdanielewski The Third Apple @gassee Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up @mariekondo The Man Who Solved the Market @gzuckerman ...and more! 48 books we read this winter: https://t.co/ZfuvHnDHdS
- @patrick_oshag The Man Who Solved The Market, followed by Lying About Money.
- @BrandonReeves08 https://t.co/pxXLEHMeAM
- The Man Who Solved The Market is probably my favorite book this year, and it is *wild* that it recounts a single lifetime.
- New reading arrived just in time for long flight to Abu Dhabi. 👍 can’t wait. @GZuckerman https://t.co/PLno4HQemB
- Reading @GZuckerman's new book on the hedge fund Renaissance Technologies, "The Man Who Solved The Market," and it is *good.* https://t.co/3EnbgLOB9I
- I finished the Jim Simons/Renaissance Technologies book this past weekend One of the first truly new investment stories I've read in years If you think you know everything about the markets this book will change your mind https://t.co/A7OyZTyhHx
Bestselling author and veteran Wall Street Journal reporter Zuckerman answers the question investors have been asking for decades: How did Jim Simons do it? Simons is the greatest money maker in modern financial history. His track record bests those of legendary investors including Warren Buffett, Peter Lynch, Ray Dalio, and George Soros..