Want to be a better investor? Some people think that means bigger returns. But if you learn anything from Benjamin Graham, it’s that intelligent investing is about avoiding mistakes.
Decisions, behavior, and knowledge are intertwined in that process. Yet, improving the latter should improve all three. Deepening knowledge helps to improve both decisions and behavior.
More knowledge…fewer mistakes…better results.
You can hope to do that on experience alone or accelerate it by borrowing from the brilliant people who came before us.
I believe in the discipline of mastering the best that other people have ever figured out. I don’t believe in just sitting there and trying to dream it up all yourself. Nobody’s that smart. – Charlie Munger
This library is a way to share the timeless wisdom I come across – in interviews, transcripts, speeches, research, case studies, books and more – with other like-minded people. You’re welcome to follow along on this journey of compounding investing wisdom.
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