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Poor Charlie's Almanack

The Wit and Wisdom of Charles T. Munger, Expanded Third Edition

Peter D. Kaufman

Discover the wit and wisdom of a successful businessman and investor with this book. It features talks, lectures, and public commentary from Charlie Munger, compiled with the encouragement and cooperation of Warren Buffett. Enjoy Munger's unique humor and insight as you learn about business, investing, and life.
Fecha de publicación
publicado por primera vez en 2005
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Just buy a copy and carry it around; it will make you look urbane and erudite,” Buffett joked in his 2010 shareholder letter      fuente
This masquerades as a business book, but it's really just Charlie Munger's (of Berkshire Hathaway) advice on overcoming oneself to live a successful and virtuous life. Part biography and part collection of Charlie’s speeches, this is the only book on Munger you need. (Naval quotes Munger often, and the quotes are all from this book.)      fuente
Tremendous.      fuente
The one best book I've ever read is probably "poor Charlie's almanac" by Charlie Munger @PastaDealers      fuente
@CTaylorMPearson Hell yeah. Poor Charlie's Almanack is one of the only paper books I own, and bring with me whenever I move.      fuente
2. Poor Charlie's Almanack: The Wit and Wisdom of Charles T. Munger A breathtaking book about the life and lessons of Munger (Warren Buffet's partner all along). Not just for finance enthusiasts, I say this is a must for life enthusiasts.      fuente
An amazing book on mental models.      fuente
I flagged a few books that I thought were particularly great in green.      fuente
I’ve been enjoying Charlie Munger’s speeches online for years, and this is the ultimate collection of the best of them. Watching “Becoming Warren Buffett’ on a recent flight reminded me how much of a legend Charlie is.      fuente
Nobody asked me, but if you only read one book as a founder read Poor Charlie's Almanack. The guy is wisdom incarnate 🦉 🙇      fuente