This is a great overview of my favorite personal finance book for international teachers…in fact, I think it is the only book I have ever heard of covering the subject! If you haven’t read Millionaire Teacher, and you are a teacher in the states or an international teacher like myself, I suggest checking it out. Until then, enjoy this thorough overview of the book!
Many market participants are seduced by the “quick buck” – it’s human nature after all. But going for small, steady gains can lead to outsized results, and perhaps more importantly avoid outsized losses.
As an investor, I’m largely self-taught. I’ve read a good number of books and tried several approaches. My investor education (through real world investing) has cost the equivalent of a post-graduate degree. Hopefully this means the lessons are better learned.
After several years of exploration, I settled on broadly a value based approach, as described by Warren Buffett – buy quality businesses with predictable…
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Thanks for the re-blog, Amanda. Good luck on your journey!