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I'll never be a top-down investor like Fisher, but I liked the book quite a bit. His mental approach is rigorous and disciplined, and the Three Questions are useful tools for any investor -- or anybody, really.

Any time a successful professional investor shares his process, it's worth looking at, I think. And Fisher's track record is pretty impressive.

That said, the book is kind of disorganized, jumps off on odd tangents, and badly needed a copy editor -- but for all that, it's not too painful to read. I recommend it.

John
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