Save, Spend, Invest, Give
by Daniel Pecaut
Saving, Spending, Investing, Giving isn’t so much an investment book as it is a heartfelt financial intervention. Like some long-lost kindly uncle, Daniel Pecaut reveals how money works, and how you can quickly start using it to your advantage.
Hidden within these pages are three generations of clear-sighted investment expertise (which began when Daniel’s grandfather started making strides in the stock market in 1925).
Saving, Spending, Investing, Giving is for anyone looking to take control of their financial life. But it’s specifically for those who want to absorb the key concepts around money in an hour or two, and then start using simple action steps the very next day.
University of Berkshire Hathaway: 30 Years of Lessons Learned from Warren Buffett & Charlie Munger at the Annual Shareholders Meeting
by Daniel Pecaut
Will there ever be another investing book like this? It’s unlikely.
University of Berkshire Hathaway is a remarkable retelling of the lessons, wisdom, and investment strategies handed down personally from Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger to shareholders during 30 years of their closed-door annual meetings.
From this front row seat, you’ll see one of the greatest wealth-building records in history unfold, year by year.
If you’re looking for dusty old investment theory, there are hundreds of other books waiting to cure you of insomnia. However, if you’re looking for an investing book that’s as personal as it is revelatory, look no further.
Packed with Buffett and Munger’s timeless, generous, and often hilarious wisdom, University of Berkshire Hathaway will keep serious investors turning pages late into the night:
- Get unique insight into the thinking, strategies, and decisions–both good and bad–that made Buffett and Munger two of the world’s greatest investors.
- Understand the critical reasoning that leads Buffett and Munger to purchase a particular company, including their methods for assigning value.
- Learn the central tenets of Buffett’s value-investing philosophy “straight from the horse’s mouth.”
- Enjoy Munger’s biting wit as he goes after any topic that offends him.
- Discover Buffett’s distaste for “commonly accepted strategies” like modern portfolio theory.
- See why these annual meetings are often called “an MBA in a weekend.”