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The Education of a Value Investor Ebook Resume

Ebook Resume

15 Minutes reading
10 readings
Reading: 1. Find out how it’s possible to work in high finance without compromising your ethics.
Reading: 2. An elite education can be an obstacle to dealing with problems in the real world.
Reading: 3. Some businesses can force their employees to challenge their ethics and morals.
Reading: 4. Warren Buffett’s value-investing philosophy can help you avoid unethical behavior when investing
Reading: 5. If you don’t want to be constrained by traditional practices, develop a positive attitude and go your own way.
Reading: 6. Growing a social network can help to establish a strong foundation for a new business.
Reading: 7. Even a financial crisis can be a once-in-a-lifetime chance for a value investor.
Reading: 8. To become a successful value investor, you have to create the most efficient working environment for yourself.
Reading: 9. Create the right tools to deal with complexity and uncertainty.
Reading: 10. Final Summary

The Education of a Value Investor Ebook Resume

The Education of a Value Investor Ebook Resume

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Synopsis

In The Education of a Value Investor (2014), Guy Spier recounts his transformation from greedy hedge-fund manager on Wall Street to a successful value investor. Sharing the incredible story of his career and the wisdom he acquired along the way, Spier has some surprising insights concerning, what he sees as a false choice between leading an ethical life and a financially successful one. With great admiration, Spier also names the people who were most influential to his professional life, explaining the specific effect each of them had on his mindset and career.

Who is it for ?

• Anyone working as a hedge fund manager and frustrated with traditional business practices
• Anyone interested in the value-investing philosophy
• Anyone interested in the personal transformation of Guy Spier

About author

Guy Spier is an investor based in Zürich who ran the Aquamarine Fund for 17 years and became a leading figure in the value investors network. His work was inspired by Warren Buffet and Mohnish Pabrai, and he’s now a regular commentator for the financial media.

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15 Minutes reading

• why following your own business ethics always leads to happiness; • how sending thank-you cards to colleagues can transform your career; • why elite students often lack an essential ingredient for success; and • why it’s better for your life and career to stop being a taker and start being a giver.

10 readings
Reading: 1. Find out how it’s possible to work in high finance without compromising your ethics.
minutes
Reading: 2. An elite education can be an obstacle to dealing with problems in the real world.
minutes
Reading: 3. Some businesses can force their employees to challenge their ethics and morals.
minutes
Reading: 4. Warren Buffett’s value-investing philosophy can help you avoid unethical behavior when investing
minutes
Reading: 5. If you don’t want to be constrained by traditional practices, develop a positive attitude and go your own way.
minutes
Reading: 6. Growing a social network can help to establish a strong foundation for a new business.
minutes
Reading: 7. Even a financial crisis can be a once-in-a-lifetime chance for a value investor.
minutes
Reading: 8. To become a successful value investor, you have to create the most efficient working environment for yourself.
minutes
Reading: 9. Create the right tools to deal with complexity and uncertainty.
minutes
Reading: 10. Final Summary
minutes

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Our course begins with the first step for generating great user experiences: understanding what people do, think, say, and feel. In this module, you’ll learn how to keep an open mind while learning.

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