Gerald Loeb’s classic might as well be called The Battle for Investment Survival and other writings. The original was published in 1935.
Since then, it’s been revised so many times that it’s doubled in size. In the copy I read, the other writings made up half the book.
The writings are a collection of articles and lectures by Loeb that repeats his main points on investing and strays into a number of other topics — taxes, retirement, job advice, travel, architecture, and a recipe for ice cream soda. So because of that, I purposely left most of it out of the notes.
That said, Loeb is highly quotable, so here are a few lines that stood out: Continue Reading…