Books Reviews


Dec

28

2017
2017 Favorites

2017 Favorites

I’ve been on a blog post hiatus since mid-year but I haven’t stopped exploring all the other great content being shared around the Interweb.  Throughout the year, when I read, listen or watch something that I think is uniquely good,...

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Dec

21

2016
2016 Favorites

2016 Favorites

We live in amazing times.  The amount of content available at our fingertips is seemingly limitless.  20 years ago, access to such wide-ranging, diverse ideas would have been nearly impossible.  Today, finding a new (or old) idea is always few...

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Jun

10

2016
A Guaranteed Good Investment

A Guaranteed Good Investment

When most people think about investing, they think about the stock market.  The stock market is the glamorous way to invest.  Mr. Market makes headlines.  We hear stories about people getting rich on IPOs or cashing in on a biotech...

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Oct

06

2015
Book Review: DIY Financial Advisor

Book Review: DIY Financial Advisor

DIY Financial Advisor is the second book from the team at Alpha Architect.  As described by the authors (Wes Gray, Jack Vogel and David Foulke): DIY Financial Advisor outlines a step-by-step process through which investors can take control of their...

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Jul

20

2015
Book Review: Quantitative Value

Book Review: Quantitative Value

A couple months ago I finally had a chance to read Wes Gray and Tobias Carlisle’s book Quantitative Value.  While this book certainly is not for everyone, the opportunity to take a deep dive into a talented money manager’s investment...

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Jun

15

2015
Investment Books for the Ages

Investment Books for the Ages

As a self-taught investor, I’m often asked for recommendations of good investment reading.  Two books that largely influenced me were Jack Schwager’s Market Wizards series and Van Tharp’s Trade Your Way to Financial Freedom.  While both books discuss successful investors...

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