Heavy: The strongest brain created book list in 2019
Technology has penetrated into every kind of interpersonal communication, but in 2018, it can be remembered for a year that we really start to respond to its influence. Therefore, when Bloomberg invited dozens of business leaders to recommend the best books read this year, Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt’s work “The Love American Soul” of Jonathan Haidt ” (The Coddling of the American Mind) is not surprising to get the maximum number of votes.
Neil BlumenThal, Warby Parker, Warby Parker, Gene Munster of Loup Ventures, and KKR’s Henry Clavi. Henry Kravis has recommended this work. “It made me reflect on my behavior, including as CEO and parents’ behavior,” said Claves. “Claves said it was a fascinating work that described how young people were over -protected.”
The work recommended by multiple people is also the Bad Blood of John Carreyrou, which in -depth the book’s rise and decline of blood testing startups, Theranos. Katie Ha, Paypal’s Dan Schulman and Andressen Horowitz, said that this is their favorite work in 2018 in 2018. Essence Harne, who had served as a prosecutor of the Ministry of Justice (but did not directly handle Theranos), said that the other side of the story was really interesting. “During the survey, I was still in public office,” she said, “Therefore, it is really interesting to read a business -level report.”
Brian Armstrong, the co -founder and CEO of the “Bitcoin” company
“High Growth Handbook”
Author: Elad Gil (ELAD GIL)
Publishing date: July 17, 2018
Elad is one of the most experienced operators in Silicon Valley, and he has witnessed the turning point experienced by countless companies. For companies in any stage of growth, he has a lot of experience and insights to share with entrepreneurs.
Neil BlumenThal, joint founder and co -CEO of Warby Parker
“The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intents and Bad Ideas are setting for failure”
Author: Greg Lukianoff, Jonathan Haidt
Publishing date: September 4, 2018
This extraordinary work describes the negative effects of social media and parents’ excessive attention on today’s young people. It makes me reflect on my behavior as CEO and my parents, and what aspects I have become the accomplices of “securityist” culture today. The core message of this book has been kept in mind, guiding me to develop new methods in my work to drive innovation and intelligent adventure, and also help me cultivate my children’s independence and toughness at home.
Henry Kravis, co -founder and joint CEO of KKR Group
“The Domoursed American Soul”
It is a fascinating work, telling how young people are over -protected. This makes them more difficult to prepare for independent university life. It then talked about the lack of citizen’s words in society -the lack of open and frank confrontation between different views. This book discusses risk avoidance, safety, over -protection of young people, confirmation errors, and why we fall into this situation today.
GENE MUSTER, Loup Ventures (Loup Ventures)
In such an era of rude remarks in social media, the inherent reason that seemed to be disappearing by layers of discussion of citizens seemed to be a very useful attempt. Those who do not agree with our views are not ten evils. We should better control our emotions and consider their views. The Buddhist language quoted in the book speaks well: “You don’t have defense your own thoughts more than the most terrible enemies. However, once you master your thoughts, nothing can help you better than it.”
Steve Case, Chairman and CEO of Revolution
Our Town: A 100,000-Mile Journey Into the Heart of American
Author: James Fallows, Deb Fallows
Publishing date: May 8, 2018
Nowadays, a large number of media have been concerned about what happened in Washington, DC (or nothing happened), but the stories of other cities across the United States are rarely told. Over the past five years, James and Dab have traveled through this country and discovered some positive cases of economic revitalization and citizenship. Their stories are so vivid, depicting a picture that rises with a better future in other parts of the United States with creativity, innovation, and creating a better future.
Vanessa Colella, Citi Group Chief Innovation Officer and Citi Ventures
“Educated: A Memoir)
Author: Tara Westover (Tara Westover)
Publishing date: February 20, 2018
This year I am particularly interested in the works that portray humanity. Humanity makes us fragile, which inspires us to move. “My School of Study” depicts those relationships and consumption of our relationship with the moving and deep personalized strokes. I think everyone should read it, especially at this historical moment.
Patrick Collison, co -founder and CEO of Stripe
“Stubborn Attachments: A Vision for a Society of Free, Prosperous, and Responsible Individuals”
Author: Tyler Cowen
October 16, 2018
I think people should read more old books. But in view of this annual book list, I recommend Taylor’s latest work. “Stubborn Attachment” is a meaningful work about morality and responsibility. It is affected by Hume, and the issue is magnificent but simple. Editor’s Note: This book was published by Stripe Press Press, which belongs to Stripe.
Katie Dill (Katie Dill), vice president of Lyft
Leonardo Da Vinci “Leonardo Da Vinci)
Author: Walter Isaacson
Publishing date: October 17, 2017
This book depicts an inspiring genius in an absolutely fascinating way. Isalon let us realize the person’s personality and his great ability: the curiosity and bold imagination that will never be satisfied. This book not only makes me more respectful Da Vinci, but also let me know how we can be more similar to him.
Sarah Holme, Old Navy Design CEO
Da Vinci not only accepted the limitations of life, but also because of this limitations that he dreamed of doing things that others thought it was impossible. Isalonson will take you on a journey to understand Da Vinci’s obsession with art and scientific order, and how the two entanglements have stimulated a incredible and creative life. This is a great book, especially suitable for those who are not satisfied with life and love to try (even if they are not always completed).
Joanna Geraghty, president and chief operating officer of Jetblue Airways
Author: Alan Gratz (Alan Gratz)
Publishing date: July 25, 2017
I think that adolescents can become the opportunity to share interesting reading moments with their parents with their children, but they have not received much attention. Alan Graz’s work “Refugee” is a work that will not disappoint. The author woven the three generations of refugees -Jewish children of Nazi Germany, Cuban refugees after the missile crisis, and the story of Syrian refugees -today. This book specifies the characters we have seen in the news, which resonates with hardships and stimulate interesting conversations between parents and children. I can be sure that this is the case when reading this book with my 10 -year -old son.
Dave Gilboa, co -founder and co -CEO of Warby Parker
“Truth: We misunderstand the world’s 10 reasons -and why the situation is better than you think”
Author: Hans Rosling
Publishing date: April 3, 2018
Today, if you turn on the TV to watch the news, you will think that the world is worse every minute and every second. Hans Ross’s “Truth” provides more optimistic views on human progress, eliminating some misunderstandings about data and facts. For example, the number of people living in extreme poverty has been reduced by half in the past 20 years, but in most countries, less than 10%of people who know this fact. I think the perspective of this book’s realism of the world is exciting, and it is expected to become a countermeasure to spread panic behavior.
Brad Peterson, executive vice president/chief technology officer/chief information officer of Nasdaq
Humor, humor, compassion, and true global thinker -the author of the authors of “Truth” and the late Hans Roslin. In this shocking book, he summarized how many views about the world today have been outdated. Coupled with the knowledge updates we have obtained from the news every day, we are often sensational and negative, so it is difficult to grasp the trend accurately.
Patrick Harker, President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
“Efficiency Paradox: The Efficience Paradox: What Big Data CAN’T DO)
Author: Edward Tenner
Publishing date: April 17, 2018
Edward Tengner questioned the benefits of the general consideration of the society’s super high efficiency. Through some case studies, it proved that we will not work on algorithm when human skills are absent. We should use our sensitivity, intuition and insight to strengthen these benefits. In view of the acceleration of the world’s automation pace today, the use of digits to improve efficiency and the balance of technological progress seems to be very practical.
Matt Harris, managing director of Bain Capital Ventures
“Third Disk: The Third Plate: Field Notes on the Future of Food)
Author: Dan Barber
Publishing date: April 7, 2015
The best book I have read in the past year is Dan Barber’s “Third Plate”. Just like progressive people in most cities, I did something easy: I bought things in the farmers’ market, eat organic food, and even pile up myself. Barbille inspires us to do something difficult -to reduce protein intake and consider sustainable agriculture. The most important thing is that we will eat better when we do these things.
Neesha Hathi, Executive Vice President and Chief Digital Officer of Charles Schwab
“Inspiration: How to Create Consumers’ favorite Technology Products”
Author: Marty Cagan
Publishing date: December 4, 2017
“The Birth of Inspiration: How to Create Consumers’ favorite Science and Technology Products” discusses the successful technology companies, such as Google, Tesla, and Netflix -how to design, develop and deploy products that have attracted attention. The discussion of this book focuses on the structure of employees and how to discover/delivered your customers. The customer -centric strategy is our approach to the Jiaxin Group; the book emphasizes the cooperation of the team that puts customers first, which is consistent with the purpose of our digital service team in the Jiaxin Group.
Katie Haun, Andreessen Horowitz, a general partner
Recommended books: “Scarlet: The Secret and Lie of a Silicon Valley startup company” (Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup)
Author: John Carreyrou (John Carreyrou)
Almost overnight, Theranos fell from a unicorn company with a valuation of $ 9 billion to nothing. This is a warning story, which warns us as an attractive statement that deviates from the basic facts of the business -and the danger of suppressing dissidents regardless of the cost. Karelu’s work also highlights the significance of investigating news reports. Without a reporter, this story will never be disclosed.
Dan Schulman, President and CEO of PayPal
After a careful investigation, the author tells that story from various angles. Today, I am glad to see such a narrative that has quickly become the gospel and alert of enterprises and leaders.
Neel Kashkari, President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minne Plus
Author: Ron Chernow
Publishing date: October 10, 2017
A wonderful biography of an imperfect, talented, talented leader. Grant overcame the huge obstacles, saved the country’s backward, and ended slavery. On the issue of civil rights, he led the era for decades. In the American history book, Grant has a prominent position that is enough to shoulder Washington and Lincoln.
Dara Khosrowshahi, CEO of Uber
“Principles: Life and Work”
Author: Ray Dalio
Each leader is building their own operating system -what is useful for them, and what experience and lessons they learned from their mistakes. Dalio recorded all of this in such a very personalized work. As I look forward to going forward with Uber and my team, I find that the book “Principles” is quite helpful. Human natural tendency is to celebrate success and ignore mistakes. But seriously exploring your mistakes is often the best improvement. Dalio did this.
David Mckay, president and CEO of Royal Bank of Canada
A few months ago, I was fortunate to give a speech at the graduation ceremony of the University of Waterloo at the University of Water. I taught some important teachers that benefit my career, but I could have directly suggested that they read the book “Principles” written by Ruidaolo. In terms of how to make decisions in work and life and how to set goals, this book is simply a quick course, but it also provides some valuable suggestions on how to live better. Be sure to read it carefully, and then pass it to a young man who has just set foot on the workplace.
Max Levchin (Max Levchin), co -founder and CEO of AFFIRM company, Paypal co -founder
“Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups”
Author: Daniel Coyle
Publishing date: January 30, 2018
Although the title of the book is a bit sensational, this book has both solid academic research and practical suggestions. There are even some uncommon, but it may be essential. I am leading hundreds of guys who are still in a “adolescence” who are still in a bad response. At the same time, you can’t think of all the work relationships for granted. This has prompted me to be looking for a good book about this topic, and of course, “Culture Code” is very good, less obvious deep insights worth sharing.
Anthony NOTO, CEO of SOFI
The “Cultural Code” examines the dynamic changes of the company’s culture by telling the story of success and failure, and provides some valuable insights on how leaders lead the change. It also emphasizes the weakness of the leaders -admitting that “I have made mistakes, this is my fault” -the is vital, but as a key component of leadership, this is often ignored.
Bharat Masrani, President and CEO of TD Bank Group
“Refresh: Hit Refresh: The Quest to Rediscover Microsoft’ s Soul and Imagine A Better Future for Everyone)
Author: Satya Nadella (Satya Nadella)
Publishing date: September 26, 2017
“Refresh: Re -discovering Business and the Future” is a very insightful masterpiece, telling the importance of being willing to adapt to the environment of its own (instead of looking forward to the reappearance of the good time in the past). In today’s rapidly changing business environment, people rarely do this. Satia discusses the key role of culture in organizational reform, as well as a good listener, and shows the importance of empathy. An inspiring leader wrote a great book.
Mike Mayo (Mike Mayo), Wells Fargo Securities analysts
“Keeping at it: The Quest for Sound Money and Good GOVERNMENT”
Author: Paul Volcker, Christine Harper
Publishing date: October 30, 2018
As we all know, the former Federal Reserve Chairman, which has a good reputation, has doubled interest rates to 20%in one fell swoop. This high -risk measure helps to curb inflation and casts 40 years of price stability. This latest published memoir provides Walker’s beliefs with wonderful background stories. That’s right, he completed this feat in the situation of “being tied to the mast”, and at the same time faced a strong opposition from the president, his family, and the entire country, even the Fed internally broke out. Attempted coup.
Judith McKenna, president and CEO of Walmart International
“New Power: How to Operate Power in this overlinking world; how to make it to serve you”
Author: Jeremy Heimans (Jeremy Heimans), Henry Timms
Publishing date: April 3, 2018
In such a changing and increasingly transparent world, “New Power” explores human behavior and pays attention to how the evolution of social networks and social movements change corporate and social interaction. For anyone who is trying to understand how to connect with others on a large scale, this book is enough to change your awareness of what is important for what is an important thing, and how to increase value in the dialogue. I have always believed that human and human nature is the most powerful force on this planet. In my opinion, this book must be read.
Ken Moelis, founder and chairman of Moelis & Company
“The Complete Personal Memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant)
Author: Ulysses S. Grant
Publishing date: October 12, 2009
In view of the success of the biography of “Grant” published by Ron Chenin last year, I decided to read the original book. Grant’s memoir has always been regarded as a superior masterpiece in the US presidential memoir. I have always suggested to read the first -hand information as much as possible. The text of this memoir is simple and straightforward, and it is great to read, but it is slightly longer.
Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft
Book of WHY: The New Science and Effect “
Author: Judea Pearl, Dana Mackenzie (Dana Mackenzie)
The mathematics of reasoning and causality is the core of this book. One thing I admire is that this book is written by a Turing Award winner and a computer scientist who focuses on artificial intelligence and a philosophical student who recognizes language and logic. Whether you are a business company or a policy, “Book of Books” will help you understand the mathematics and science that supports the future of technology. “Language shapes our thoughts,” Perle wrote. We can’t ask a question we can’t express with words. Therefore, if computer science and humanities cannot be integrated, we cannot cultivate artificial intelligence. “Until you can teach artificial intelligence to mechanical robots, you can truly understand artificial intelligence,” Pier said. Once we create a moral robot, many predictions about the end of the world have become unrelated.
Jeetu Patel, BOX chief product officer
“Powerful: Building A Culture of Freedom and Responsibility)
Author: Patty McCord
Publishing date: January 9, 2018
Regarding how to create a transparent, clear, clear and responsible corporate culture, the “Nai Fei Cultural Manual” provides practical suggestions. McCord’s superb storytelling ability, the experience of building a successful team for decades, and a lively perspective of cultivating and retaining top talents, make the book “Nai Fei Cultural Manual” self -contained. It should be a must -read for each leader -whether there are two or 20,000 people in your company.
Mark Pincus, founder and chairman of Zynga
“The Courage to Be Disliked: The Japanese Phenomenon THOWS You Howc and Achieve Real HAPPIPINESS)”
Author: Kishi Ichiro Kishimi, Fumitake Koga
Publishing date: May 8, 2018
This book presents an optimistic worldview. The author believes that our happiness depends on the current state, not past trauma. This means that life that you want will never be too late.
Josh Reeves, Gusto co -founder and CEO
“Courage to lead: brave work. Difficult dialogue. Dare to lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts.)
Publishing date: December 4, 2017
Publishing date: October 12, 2009
Author: Brené Brown (Brené Brown)
Publishing date: May 8, 2018
Leaders are sometimes shaped into statues for human worship, but in reality, they are all servicemen of their own team. They want to expose their weaknesses and share common progress to inspire others to make the law. The book “Courage to Leaders” carefully described the power of learning and role models, and gave practical suggestions for how to be a intentional leader.
George Roberts, co-founder and co-CEO
“Without Precept: Chief Justice John Marshall and His Times)”
Author: Joel Richard Paul
Publishing date: February 20, 2018
John Marshall (John Marshall) served as the fourth chief judge of the Supreme Court of the United States from 1801-1835. This book carefully describes the early history of the United States, the strong character of the Judge Marshall, and the influence he played in the process of the Supreme Court. The book also described his life in detail: he grew up on the border and only read the 8th grade. He fought side by side with the American Father Washington during the American independence war.
Emmanuel “Manny” Roman, Emmanuel “Manny” Roman, Pacific Investment Management Company (PIMCO) CEO
“The Largesse of the Sea Maiden: Stories”
Author: Denis Johnson
Publishing date: January 16, 2018
Dennis Johnson is one of the most original short stories since Raymond Carver.
Morton Schapiro, Professor/President of Northwest University
“Paris in the Present Tense)
Author: Mark Helprin (Mark Helprin)
Publishing date: October 03, 2017
Mark Herplin’s book “Paris Now” can evoke the profound resonance of readers, which is unforgettable. I finished this book a few months ago, and I still think of the content in the book.
David Solomon, CEO of Goldman Sachs
“Doomed by World War I: Can China and the United States avoid Xunxidd trap? “
Author: Graham Allison
Publishing date: May 30, 2017
Graham Aireson’s “Doomed World War I” is a book that has made me never forget this year. US -China relations. As a transition history, this book provides an important perspective: when the definition of relationships is constantly evolving, how to do China and the United States to maintain bilateral relations. China and the United States are very different countries. They are based on different beliefs and are facing different domestic and international challenges. Moreover, China may replace the United States one day and become the largest economy. The conflict between the two parties seems to be just around the corner. However, the two countries must not go to war, and Elison pointed out other possibilities, such as the United States and the United Kingdom established a strong partnership. This book provides a useful lens to observe the world. I think in the next few years, CEOs and leaders from all walks of life will look back to read this book to learn from the wisdom of the increasingly complicated era. I am glad to read this book.
Vlad Tenev, Robinhood co -founder/United CEO
“Small Fry” (Small Fry)
Author: Lisa Brennan-Jobs
Publishing date: 2018-09-04
This book sees his life from the unique perspective of Steve Jobs’s unique perspective, and it is interesting to read. Entrepreneurs’ images in the biography are often brilliant, but their hard work is usually accompanied by sacrifice in private life, and few stories are told.
Joe Tsai, executive vice chairman of Alibaba Group (Alibaba)
“Life 3.0: Being Human in the Age of Artificial Intelligence” (Life 3.0: Being Human in the Age
Author: Max Tegmark
Publishing date: August 29, 2017
I read this book because the words “humans” and “artificial intelligence” appeared in the book title. The author is a professor of physics at MIT. He discussed whether the computer would rule the world, and he said that we have been asking a wrong question. The real question is not whether the machine will become smarter than humans (from the perspective of task specialization/Task-Specific, they will definitely be the case), but how to set the goal of “strong artificial intelligence” that is beneficial to human beings. This eventually opened a discussion of the principles of human ethics that might conflict with each other -through such dialectics, we can see the philosophical thinking of physicist Tig Mark.
Brendan Wallace, Fifth Wall co -founder/management partner
“Life 3.0” is an easy -to -understand book, which deeply explores the complex social, economic and ethical significance of super human artificial intelligence. Anyone who is interested in artificial intelligence will be interesting. The book reveals a future: the machine will not only be better than humans in narrow discrete tasks (such as mathematics calculation), but also will be better on all tasks, including extensive, non -discrete tasks, and the self -improvement of the machine’s self -improvement Speed will also make humans dwarn, and in the end, humans will become the second smart species on the planet -the book also tells what kind of picture this will be.
Libby Waddle, president of Madewell
“Love and Ruin”
Author: Pala McLlein
Publishing date: May 1, 2018
I recommend the new work of “Love and Destruction” by the author of “The Paris Wife” of Hemingway’s Wife. Her previous work tells the story of Ernest Hemingway and her first wife Hadley Richardson. This novel sequel is based on the story of Hemingway and his third wife Martha Gelhorn. The latter is also a writer and journalist. I like historical novels and non -fiction works. This book is a good fusion. It depicts the warm and turbulent relationship between the couple, and how the two were involved in the Spanish civil war on the eve of World War II, which was very fascinating.
“Gambling Mathematician: Fortune Fortune Fortune to defeat Las Vegas and Financial Markets” -The casino and stock market
This book ranges from Claude Xiangnon’s information theory to Edward Sop’s 21 -point cheats, and then to John Kelly’s famous Kelly formula, and the wonderful stories came out one by one. If you are an investor or a professional gambling, you will be deeply attracted.
In some ways, the financial market and casinos are indeed the same.
Faced with dynamic and uncertain markets, it is extremely dangerous to find rules from historical data based on experience. People with high IQ and over -confidence are often easy to fall into the trap. After reading this book, you will deepen your understanding of this market.
Forecast can be predicted, and the awe can not predict!
“Commercial Adventure: 12 Classic Stories on Wall Street” -The exposure of the essence of business
This book is considered the best business book by Buffett and Bill Gates.
This book takes you into the deepest part of business through 12 stories.
The author’s pen is always humorous. With a smile, you have a deeper understanding of business.
For example, the story “fluctuations” deeply about people’s life when the stock market plummeted. For example, “Xile” tells the rise and fall of the former famous American company, the success and failure of Schola. In particular, I like to tell Ford’s launch of a new car, which makes people open, and analyzes the bureaucracy in the company into a three -pointer!
No wonder this book is highly respected by Buffett. No wonder there are so many people in the headquarters! The only disadvantage is that the level of the translator is slightly lower, and some are not very comfortable. When you read, you must be patient!
“Win Buffett: This trick is for masters’ selection of stocks” -The talk about ROE
The title of this book does not look like a good book, but it is really worth reading. The entire book discusses the yield of ROE net assets, which is of great benefit to stock selection and analysis companies! The author of this book is also a fan of Buffett.
“Principles” —— abide by your principles
Recently, the “Principles” written by Lei Dario is very helpful. It is really worth reading! However, there is no formal version yet. What can buy online is such an internal reading translation of a Peking University Foreign Language Institute. Thunder is the founder and CEO of the world’s largest hedge fund bridge water joint fund. This book is the principles that he considers in life and management in combination with his own experience, which is a summary of experience and wisdom over the years. After reading this book, I have a sense of irrigation, understand the meaning and importance of principles, and I really regret why I do n’t see this booklet earlier. The big reason is that the principle is lacking and the principle cannot be adhered to! This book is really extraordinary, and the style layout is excellent, and it will definitely help a investor! Believe me, yes!
“The Rules of the Stock Market” — a complete investment system
Buffett wrote a book. His methods and wisdom were scattered in his words and annual reports and letters. He did not give us a complete investment system. I recommend this book. The book introduces a complete set of stock selection methods and principles in detail. It is very practical and highly recommended!
“Baruk Autobiography: People Throwing Before the Stock Market Crane” -Graham’s idol
Bernard Baruk, a speculative master (because he did not invest in the concept of the time, he was actually an investor), a presidential consultant, a politician, and Graham’s idol. Before the collapse of the US stock market in 1929, he cleared all stocks in time, while Buffett’s teacher Graham lost heavy losses!
A long time ago, I read it myself and thought it was not interesting. After many years, I saw the author strongly recommend in another book, and calmed down to read it carefully before I felt a lot of gains.
I only know why Graham uses him as an idol!
“The Law of Zulu: How to Choose Growth Stocks” -The focus of power
This book was written by British stock god Gim Slyt.
In 1879 the British Empire and the Zu Lulu war between the Kingdom of South Africa and the Kingdom of Zu Lulu, the Zulu soldiers only used the traditional cold weapon to make the British army with a boat losing back. In the end, the British army won the Zulu War at the cost of losing 1700 people. The tactics adopted by the Zulu people are called Zulu laws.
To put it plainly, it is the concentrated advantage to focus on the attack. The same is true in the field of investment. Focusing on a certain way, or focusing on a specific industry, it becomes an expert in your choice.
This is the same as the power circle theory!
“Financial Report Like a Story Book” -Read the financial report like reading a story
This book was written by a Taiwanese investor and analyzed all aspects of the financial report into three points, and the relationship between each other was very thorough.
I personally think that this book can be comparable to the teacher’s hand -to -hand handlers, and it is even better than the former in some concepts.
I believe that reading this book will definitely improve your ability to read your financial report!
“The Road to Freedom of Fortune” -The method of investment and learning
Li Xiaolai opened a column to the freedom of wealth in “Luo Ji Thinking”. This book is an induction and organizing of his previous article. This book not only tells the investment concept, but also tells the truth of doing things.
Don’t think it is chicken soup, many of them are worth reading the concepts and methods of investment and learning!
“Investment Habits of Buffett and Soros” -Entering and speculative
Just looking at this topic may be considered to be a chaos. How can a speculation and an investment be confused? But after reading this book, think about it, it doesn’t make sense.
The so -called avenue is simple! There is no absolute difference between investment and speculation, and its essential principle is similar. Especially in the timing of buying and insight into human nature.
If you feel bad, please criticize and correct it, or you should not see it.
If you can recommend a unpopular investment book you think, then it will be better!