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I have read the book twice and tend to respectfully disagree with the 'fluff' evaluation. I would read the book as a framework into which the investor infuses their own sense of style rather than a formula. For example, consider reading '100' as 'lots and lots'. Also, don't expect specific techniques/philosophies as they are out of the scope of the book, etc. Gary Keller has been very successful in the business, and this material is a distillation of commonalities between the successful. In other words, the experienced and successful investor would have arrived at a framework such as this on their own and could easily regard the material as 'old hat'. We must credit the author, however, for putting it all in one book AND doing so in such an uplifting manner. Having said that, yes, he seems to be operating in the 'old market', but it has changed so quickly, the material was probably current at the time of printing :)
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