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I've only read the first half (loved it) because that's what I'm really interested in--I've got 2/3rds of my port. in the foolish 2 and am going to use the other third (we're not talking a lot of dollars here, but it is mine) for rule breakers.

I really enjoyed your use of things like evolution theory, the young Henry V, etc. to explain this stuff. Everything crystalized...started to anyway, with your point that rule breaking investing is like venture capitalist investing as opposed to banking.

One comment, if it's important for a young would be Buffet like me to read the second part of the book, I wish you had explained why. I got to the middle and started over at the beginning. I have a feeling I "should" read the rule maker part though, and I no doubt will, but it sort of disconected a little there as far as why I "should" read it if I'm all hot to be a rule breaker.


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