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You don't find out much of anything about his approach, because I don't think there was much too it.
If you are interested on the field, this is a good option to learn about this world , in a fun and easy to read way.
In this book, Andy Kessler says that we've moved beyond industrialization into an intellectual property economy.
Reading this book changed my investment philosophy in a fundamental way.
I currently have a small investment business that is built on several of the key premises about... Read more
The book flowed very well. I appreciate how it gave insight into what it really is like to choose worthwhile investments.Published 4 months ago by maurice matthews
... But don't expect anything technical, nor deep analysis or tons of data.
It is just the story of a couple of guys serting up a fund in Silicon Valley and the... Read more
An uninspiring collection of anecdotes for the most part. A series of forgettable recollections. Stick to the classics before you reach for this.Published 17 months ago by Hamada Kaido
This is a quick and breezy read that still manages to get a few solid economic concepts across. Great long term investing ideas, albeit a little lacking in specifics. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Kehlargo
The book would be much better without the historical technology sections. Kesler spent too much time trying to educate about history instead of telling his story. Read morePublished on August 30, 2010 by Stephen Samperi
I recently finished reading a good book by Andy Kessler called Running Money. Kessler writes about his experience managing money for a hedge fund that he and a partner started. Read morePublished on June 21, 2010 by Daily Reckoning
I am in the investment business so this comes from that viewpoint. It is nice to see a professional who truly thinks out of the box on investing and economics. Read morePublished on November 27, 2008 by Peter Cacioppo