Beating the Street

I learnt a while ago, when reading non-fiction books, it’s important to mentally separate the content into what’s interesting because it’s entertaining and what’s interesting because it has underlying principles that help me understand the world better. Great books tend to combine entertainment and providing tools/frameworks but most books lean one way or the other. For books on investing and business in particular, I learnt to become wary of eloquent stories replete with hindsight bias that end with convenient and short takeaways as a guide to successful anything (outthinking competition / managing world-class teams / investing…). For investing books, unless the content is

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