I am curious if anyone has read the above titled book and how you would rank it. I find it very provacative but maybe I am just to gullible.Thank for any insite.
It is not bad and not good...in my opinion. If you can get a copy out of your public library I would read it.C&H
"The Only Three Questions That Count" is an excellent book, mostly because it challenges so many commonly held beliefs and myths. It may upset you but it is well worth reading.Cheers,Scott
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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