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to say this is one of the more irrelevant and boring market books that I have read. It is
like an investment version of WHO magazine without the pictures. We get to know all about
that famous incident when Munger almost drowned Buffet, along with great details of Mungers family. It also sings overblown
praises for the Nebraska Mafia and you will be pleased to know that apparently all the of
top investors have some connection with Nebraska.
is first $1.4 million in real estate, and then went on to work successfully with Buffet. I
found little in the book about Buffets methods that has not been more successfully covered
in other books. The book is just a few steps above celebrity gossip. It is not
particularly useful for investors, and of very little use for traders.
respect Munger for what he has achieved, and how he has achieved it. There is no doubting
his expertise. Unfortunately this book does not deliver on the information we want as
readers. It does take us behind the scenes but they are generally the wrong
scenes. This is disappointing as her previous book on Buffet was very good.