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The Best Investment Advice I Ever Received: Priceless Wisdom from Warren Buffett, Jim Cramer, Suze Orman, Steve Forbes, and Dozens of Other Top Financial Experts Paperback – Bargain Price, November 21, 2007
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First of all, we are reading about personal investment strategies and experiences from different people which may not be applicable to you. I would have to say some of the people interviewed for investment advices have their own agendas. For instance, I noticed various instances where a CEO of a mutual fund company will highly recommend investing in mutual funds as the way to go, or a CEO saying investing a whole lot into his own company's shares and never sold a single share as the reason for his great wealth. Well, I am not here to judge whether their investment advices are sound or not, but just to warn readers not to simply follow their investment advices just because they are CEOs, chairman, founders of billion dollar investment companies. There is a piece of advice offered by a CEO not to invest in individual stock since you will never know enough about that particular stock to comfortably invest in it. He recommends buying baskets of stocks (mutual fund) and as you guess it, he is the founder of a big mutual fund company. So, please take every piece of advice as investment stories not investment advices that you have to follow.Read more ›
Liz Claman, anchor for CNBC, has daily opportunities to interact with these financial giants. After years of on-and-off camera exchanges, Claman decided to help make the real insider advice available to everyone. She asked more than sixty of the smartest, most successful business people in the world to relate the best investment advice they've ever received. The result is a stunning compilation of tried-and-true investment strategy. From Buffett to Forbes to
Trump, the reader will be amazed by how many of the greatest investors have contributed essays to this collection.
Pick up this book, and you will be amazed at the practical advice that its pages contain. If you're a novice in the investment world, you will surely appreciate the common themes that emerge from the various essays. These experts give concrete advice about how to get involved in the game even if you have little energy or time to devote to investing. If you have more time and want to be actively involved, you will receive straightforward guidelines that can be applied to choosing stocks wisely.
Even seasoned investors will be drawn to this book because of the intriguing correlations between these financial giants and the advice that they give. It's fascinating to see the connections between an investor's particular strategy and his or her unique success.
If you want to know how the experts make sense of the overwhelming investment field, I highly recommend that you pick up this book.Read more ›
What I mean by that is the culmination of expert thought in this book: save early and save often and diversify your investing for the long run. Stay away from fads and short term schemes. To paraphrase Weissenstein, the more people try to hit a home run, the more likely it is that they'll strike out.
Only a couple of the short essays were predictably boring - like Robert Kiyosaki and Alan Miller. However, just picking up a quote here and there from the other contributors was well worth the price of the book. I know I will be using a number of these quotes in the future.
Oh yeah, my favorite quote? that goes to Alan Skrainka: "Investment decisions should be based on investment principles, not investment predictions." Continuously educate yourself so you are prepared for smart decisions and don't try to guess on highs and lows. Watching your money grow over a long period of time may sound very boring, but it is exciting to know you have invested your hard earned money based on the best investment advice you'll ever receive.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good book - quick read. Lots of thought provoking advice from heavy hitters. Entertaining and informative.Published 10 months ago by Jeff Mckinney
There is wisdom in a multitude of advisers, and this book provides many perspectives. I really liked it, and was surprised to see the same themes coming up again and again. Read morePublished 15 months ago by GoClick
Great short insights from big respected people. This book made me more sure of the actions I take with my money.Published on July 18, 2014 by kevin yost
Work or doesn't work, that is the question. I didn't learn anything new that would work. Most things work for people just because it is their time, like winning the lottery. Read morePublished on March 11, 2014 by DannyO
BEST ADVICE I HAVE EVER GOTTEN. AN EXCELLENT READ WELL WORTH READING. A REAL EYE OPENER FOR ALL WHO NEED THE GREATEST ADVICE.Published on June 20, 2013 by ALBERT EINSTEIN
It's a relatively a short read but full of wisdom from the experiences of the top investors in America. Read morePublished on May 18, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Product came quickly. I enjoyed listening to the different views of well off, knowledgeable people to learn from. A wealth of information.