Charlie Munger 40 Quotes On Investing

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Charlie Munger 40 Quotes On Investing

Charlie Munger 40 Quotes On Investing

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Published on Oct 1, 2017
Part 1 - Investing wisdom https://youtu.be/LFRmRixABps Part 2 - Investing Risk https://youtu.be/GU1Y7PykoxA Part 3 - Investment training https://youtu.be/XXmFPmIVPH4 Part 4 - Investing Psychology https://youtu.be/ROtb3wqWlX8 Part 5 - Practical Investing https://youtu.be/da0gvkRCT38 Charlie Munger is Warren Buffett’s partner in crime but usually much less exposed to media attention. The difference between the two is that Warren really wants you to like him while Munger really doesn’t care about what you think of him. Therefore, if you want the truth and you want to learn as much as possible about investing that goes beyond the classic things Buffett says, you should listen to Munger. In this article, I’ll discuss 40 very interesting investing points shared by Munger, many will surprise you and certainly give food for thought, enjoy.<
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