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Warren Buffett, Carl Icahn, and George Soros all started with nothing---and made billion-dollar fortunes solely by investing. But their investment strategies are so widely divergent, what could they possibly have in common? As Mark Tier demonstrates in this insightful book, the secrets that made Buffet, Icahn, and Soros the world's three richest investors are the same menta Warren Buffett, Carl Icahn, and George Soros all started with nothing---and made billion-dollar fortunes solely by investing. But their investment strategies are so widely divergent, what could they possibly have in common? As Mark Tier demonstrates in this insightful book, the secrets that made Buffet, Icahn, and Soros the world's three richest investors are the same mental habits and strategies they all practice religiously. However, these are mental habits and strategies that fly in the face of Wall Street's conventional mindset. For example: -Buffett, Icahn, and Soros do not diversify. When they buy, they buy as much as they can. -They're not focused on the profits they expect to make. Going in, they're not investing for the money at all. -They don't believe that big profits involve big risks. In fact, they're far more focused on not losing money than making it. -Wall Street research reports? They never read them. They're not interested in what other people think. Indeed, Buffett says he only reads analyst reports when he needs a laugh. In The Winning Investment Habits of Warren Buffett & George Soros you can discover how the mental habits that guided your last investment decision stack up against those of Buffett, Icahn, and Soros. Then learn exactly how you can apply the wealth-building secrets of the world's richest investors to transform your own investment results.


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Warren Buffett, Carl Icahn, and George Soros all started with nothing---and made billion-dollar fortunes solely by investing. But their investment strategies are so widely divergent, what could they possibly have in common? As Mark Tier demonstrates in this insightful book, the secrets that made Buffet, Icahn, and Soros the world's three richest investors are the same menta Warren Buffett, Carl Icahn, and George Soros all started with nothing---and made billion-dollar fortunes solely by investing. But their investment strategies are so widely divergent, what could they possibly have in common? As Mark Tier demonstrates in this insightful book, the secrets that made Buffet, Icahn, and Soros the world's three richest investors are the same mental habits and strategies they all practice religiously. However, these are mental habits and strategies that fly in the face of Wall Street's conventional mindset. For example: -Buffett, Icahn, and Soros do not diversify. When they buy, they buy as much as they can. -They're not focused on the profits they expect to make. Going in, they're not investing for the money at all. -They don't believe that big profits involve big risks. In fact, they're far more focused on not losing money than making it. -Wall Street research reports? They never read them. They're not interested in what other people think. Indeed, Buffett says he only reads analyst reports when he needs a laugh. In The Winning Investment Habits of Warren Buffett & George Soros you can discover how the mental habits that guided your last investment decision stack up against those of Buffett, Icahn, and Soros. Then learn exactly how you can apply the wealth-building secrets of the world's richest investors to transform your own investment results.

30 review for The Winning Investment Habits of Warren Buffett & George Soros

  1. 5 out of 5

    Diep Anh

    Best book ever. You will learn about 7 mistakes in investment and study 23 good habits in investing.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Poy Sirivor

    Clearly explain the habit of famous investors have for their investment. Really fun and practical

  3. 4 out of 5

    Edwin Setiadi

    Based on an extensive amount of research, the author identified 23 winning investment habits that are shared by ALL master investors, even as diverse as (conservative) Warren Buffett and (speculator) George Soros. In the early chapters of the book, the author began by describing the 7 deadly investment sins, which would make 70% of the things we see or read in CNBC and Financial Times looks irrational. Then he writes in forensic detail each 23 winning investment habits, with an emphasis on psycho Based on an extensive amount of research, the author identified 23 winning investment habits that are shared by ALL master investors, even as diverse as (conservative) Warren Buffett and (speculator) George Soros. In the early chapters of the book, the author began by describing the 7 deadly investment sins, which would make 70% of the things we see or read in CNBC and Financial Times looks irrational. Then he writes in forensic detail each 23 winning investment habits, with an emphasis on psychological factors and the vital role of personalized investment system/strategy. I instantly fell in love with this book as soon as I read the first few pages. And I strongly recommend it to anyone who wants to learn about investing/trading, or for those who simply love reading books on financial market.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Shailu.Nagina

    This book is bible for me. This is the first book i have read about stock market and I feel lucky for that. Why 99% retails investor fail in stock market? What makes average investor to smart investor? How we should behave in market? How to overcome greed and fear? different habit of smart investor from average investor? Well this book give you a clear idea about why. This book not give you any damn technical knowladge but will change your behavior towards markets. you will be more confidence and ment This book is bible for me. This is the first book i have read about stock market and I feel lucky for that. Why 99% retails investor fail in stock market? What makes average investor to smart investor? How we should behave in market? How to overcome greed and fear? different habit of smart investor from average investor? Well this book give you a clear idea about why. This book not give you any damn technical knowladge but will change your behavior towards markets. you will be more confidence and mentally strong. This will not give you idea to make money but surly give idea not to loose money and stay for long term. I would strongly recommend to all beginner because... "Rich people invest in time, poor people invest in money" Thanks

  5. 5 out of 5

    Eduardo Cruz

    Much better than expected I started reading this book as a way of knowing more about George Soros and Warren Buffet. But found that the book is very helpful in helping you clarify your investment strategy. Worth read for those interested in investing.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Chakkrit P.

    หนังสือดีที่ควรอ่านก่อนเริ่มลงทุนครับ....จริงๆไม่ลงทุนก็ควรนะ

  7. 4 out of 5

    Tag

    The author tries to synthesize “winning” investment habits into 23 easy sound bites. What’s interesting is he writes about Soros and Icahn who are totally different in style. However the bulk of the book is focused on Buffett. It’s not a bad book, but there are many other better investment books for fundamental investing - I can think of at least 4 other books that one can read instead. Overall an okay read but nothing spectacular.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Duc

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. 1. Không tin vào các dự đoán. 2. Nguyên tắc đầu tiên : bảo toàn vốn, tránh rủi ro mức thấp nhất. 3. Xây dựng triết lý, tiêu chuẩn riêng cho mình, không đầu tư vào các cp không đáp ứng triết lý, tiêu chuẩn đó. 4. Không đa dạng hóa hạng mục đầu tư. 5. Khi đã tìm được hạng mục đầu tư đáp ứng triết lý, tiêu chuẩn, cần tin tưởng, không bỏ cuộc hoặc từ bỏ khi nó không còn đáp ứng tiêu chuẩn của mình.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Gaurav Jajodia

    Best book among all the books I have read so far. Changed my view towards investment, Infact Changed myself. I think after reading it I am new person with a clear perspective. I wish I had read this book earlier,but better late than never.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Vitor Senna de Faria

    Its been a while since I read this book, but I didnt have written a review. For me it was amazing because it shows that the world of investments is simpler than we think it is. It is a world where wisdom pays out more than intelligence, and the author was happy to show it with this book.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Rahul Lingala

    Just a compilation of other great books on Investing. Lot many better books out there. Didn't really like the idea of mixing up Buffett and Soros in a single book. Just a compilation of other great books on Investing. Lot many better books out there. Didn't really like the idea of mixing up Buffett and Soros in a single book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Fran Abbey

    Good advice Great book for getting a plan to follow. Always good to expand knowledge and advice from well known investors. Would recommend.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Eric Trinh

    Amazing book for investors.

  14. 5 out of 5

    MADHUKAR DAYAL

    An amazing book! A necessary part of every investor's repertoire. Recommended to be read once a year - every year! An amazing book! A necessary part of every investor's repertoire. Recommended to be read once a year - every year!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Uģis Balmaks

    Solid advice on mindset for sensible investing.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Vaibhav Manchanda

    As a beginner in the investment field, i chose this book so that i can make myself abreast of the way investors function. Had i been restricted to this kind of learning from this book, i would have been disappointed. This book is not just about investment, Its about people, and their personalities. It eloquently explains that the way people invest is a mere reflection of who they are. It is more about the kind of qualities you'll need to become a good investor rather than about the functioning a As a beginner in the investment field, i chose this book so that i can make myself abreast of the way investors function. Had i been restricted to this kind of learning from this book, i would have been disappointed. This book is not just about investment, Its about people, and their personalities. It eloquently explains that the way people invest is a mere reflection of who they are. It is more about the kind of qualities you'll need to become a good investor rather than about the functioning and decisions of legendary investors. It surely is worth reading.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Fit4Life

    An excellent book for all investors. Clearly states the reasons why the author himself went from being a losing investor to a successful one. He applied these strategies himself and now others can too!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Leon

    A surprisingly good read. A bit of everything kind of book. This book is mainly about the mental habits and deadly sins of investing. Nothing too fancy or revolutionary but i liked Mark's way of describing the habits of a 'master investor' and 'losing investor'. A surprisingly good read. A bit of everything kind of book. This book is mainly about the mental habits and deadly sins of investing. Nothing too fancy or revolutionary but i liked Mark's way of describing the habits of a 'master investor' and 'losing investor'.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jonathan Rolfsen

    Loved it. It's a great introduction for someone new to trading/investing strategies. It provides a good basis for describing, and building your own systematic strategy. Loved it. It's a great introduction for someone new to trading/investing strategies. It provides a good basis for describing, and building your own systematic strategy.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    Not the best or most entertaining, but not too bad.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Mark

    These two have more investment habits in common than most people think, yet they seem to be two different kinds of men with differing backgrounds.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Bill

    Really nice overview of how to develop a framework for intelligent investing.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Brian Fraus

    I have read this book twice and still do not totally understand it. I am also confused about Soros’ idea of “free societies” and the some of his current political actions.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Brendan

  25. 4 out of 5

    Lucas

  26. 5 out of 5

    Pat

  27. 5 out of 5

    Minh Ngo

  28. 5 out of 5

    Pae Slow

  29. 4 out of 5

    K

  30. 5 out of 5

    John

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