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Warren Buffett's 3 Favorite Books: A guide to The Intelligent Investor, Security Analysis, and The Wealth of Nations (Warren Buffett's 3 Favorite Books Book 1) Kindle Edition

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This book is completely interactive with over 10 hours of video content that compliments each chapter.  It is the result of over 2 years of research on Benjamin Graham and Warren Buffett.  I hope you enjoy the read and thank you so much for your interest!

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  • File Size: 5059 KB
  • Print Length: 182 pages
  • Publisher: Pylon Publishing (May 23, 2012)
  • Publication Date: May 23, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0085W03FM
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Preston Pysh is the founder of the Pylon Holding Company and he graduated from West Point with a degree in Aerospace Engineering. Upon graduation, he attended flight training at Fort Rucker, Alabama, where he became rated in the AH-64D Apache Attack Helicopter. Preston was also a Company Commander with the 101st Airborne Division during Operation Enduring Freedom.

Preston is the bestselling author of, The Diary of a West Point Cadet, Warren Buffett's Three Favorite Books, The Warren Buffett Accounting Book, a Summary of Security Analysis, and a Summary of The Intelligent Investor. His wide range of writing has been featured on a diverse host of networks like Comedy Central and the History Channel.

Preston hosts the #1 investing podcast (1st search result on Google and iTunes) at: www.TheInvestorsPodcast.com. His company is the parent organization of the popular website www.BuffettsBooks.com. His videos on financial investing have been viewed by millions of people and global media companies like Yahoo Finance, the CFA Institute, Inc. Magazine, and Business Insider have featured Preston's writing and media content.

Preston is married to his lovely wife, Demi, and they proudly raise their two nieces, Kelly and Jenny, and their son Tyler. In his free time, he enjoys camping, golfing, tennis, and any type of outdoor activity.

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Even for someone familiar with the concepts discussed in the book, I found it refreshingly accessible and useful.

I bought the Kindle version of this book, which comes with links to the author's webpage that includes other learning aids. I highly recommend the book for the following reasons:

1. The technical concepts are accurately explained, so readers are getting an excellent discussion of basic finance and investing.

2. The style of the book is conversational (it covers complicated concepts such as bond value/interest rate relationships from the simple story of Billy's Lemonade Stand) and non-technical.

3. It marries the nuts and bolts of a business model with investing. It disabuses anyone from thinking of investing as another form of gambling.

4. The progression from simple to sophisticated concepts is well paced and with the online resources, forms a good self-study program.

In the age of the television financial high priest whose claim to legitimacy is achieved by deepening the mystery of investing, Mr. Pysc has written a down-to-earth book that everyone who has a pension account, a college savings fund or brokerage account should read. At the very least, it would allow one to ask intelligent questions of our financial advisors.
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I have finished read this book in 2 days weekend, and honestly, it's not about the price of the book (affordable), it's was the value of the book brought to me per price (for me, with out a doubt, is pretty low).

I found nothing new or a stunning discover in the book. But I guest the purpose of the author is providing a concise understanding/education on investing in the "right way". Overall, for many fresh investor it may a good start, but I prefer Buffettology of Mary Buffett over this book for beginner.

Except for the chapter about Adam Smith and "The Wealth of Nations", the book as it's clearly stated, limits but not fully decoded itself on the "cigarbutt approach" - Graham way , and missed a critical part of Fisher way - the part that made Buffett become the billionaire we know today
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Preston Pysh's Warren Buffett's Three Favorite Books is an excellent book. Regardless of what stage you are in your investment journey, this is one to be added to your personal library. Here are three main points as to why:

* Easy to understand with explanations of theory and how it would apply to the real world.
* Main aspects of how to find intrinsic value of a company for someone with even a basic understanding of high school math would have a eureka moment. Further, it adds an extra dimension to your eventual portfolio, namely, the importance of bonds as well as how and when they should be part of your investment to generate even more wealth...after all - they are 'husband and wife.'
* And Most important, the strategies are proven. I mean the main points of the book are about Warren Buffett's 3 favorite books. I think Mr. Buffett has done well in investing..need I say more?

I close off with a main point I learned from the book: Be a leader...be one of the few 'loan fishes!':)
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I would give this book 10 stars if I could!

After reading several other books from Amazon on stock investing I was left out in the cold - most books seems to give you a lot of qualitative information and only touch on important ratios and data with no real background as to why.

This book uses a KISS (Keep It Simple...) format to convey a lot of priceless information to the reader - this takes the complexity and bore out of essential topics you need to cover to truly understand investing in the market from the bottom up.

I realized that prior to reading this book my own strategies for investing were little more than speculation and since getting the solid foundation this book offered me I have been able to identify stocks in solid companies that were undervalued and have reaped the returns.

The books is even backed up with top quality videos for every chapter on the authors website. I really can't say enough good things about it what more could you want & at a bargain price!!!
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So far I've gone through a couple buffet books, and Rich Dad Poor Dad & Wealthy Barber. This is the best financial book I've read so far that actually teaches you about investing and stocks in a way that is easy to understand and can be applied to actual scenarios. A+!
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The title of this book is misleading. Simply put, it's just not a guide to the three books mentioned. One would expect a guide book to thoroughly break down the more difficult books mentioned and explain them to the reader. Otherwise, any book on value investing could call itself a guide to any other book on value investing. Having said that, what this book does attempt to do is serve as a very elementary introduction to value investing. In fact, that's what the author should have titled the book: "An Elementary Introduction to Value Investing." Why this title? First, the author makes only cursory mention of "The Wealth of Nations", so there is absolutely no reason for it to be one of the books mentioned on the cover. Next, the author mixes different approaches to value investing. For example, although he is talking about Graham's books, he never mentions net-net stocks, a favorite of Graham. Yet, he talks about companies needing good long term prospects, very much a Buffett approach (which he got from Philip Fisher ("Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits") by way of Charles Munger). At the same time, the author is mentioning (without attribution) ideas from other modern financial authors. For example, his discussion on assets vs. liabilities is all Kiyosaki's "Rich Dad, Poor Dad."

So, despite the misleading title, if you have never read a book on value investing then this book serves as a decent introduction. It is short and concise and breaks down key concepts into the most elementary language possible, often using easy to understand stories to illustrate the principles. This book is probably most appropriate for a young adult that you want to introduce to value investing.
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Jimmy,

First off, thanks for purchasing my book. I'm sorry to hear you're having difficulty accessing the BuffettsBooks.com website from your e-reader. In order to watch the videos, your e-reader needs to be internet enabled. I'm assuming this is the issue. With that said, you can still... Read More
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