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A Book Review – “The Only Three Questions You Need to Ask” by Ken Fisher

Well, a book on investing on shares by a Forbes columnist who has more experience than my professional age? Could be interesting, don’t you think?

 

And indeed it was. Ken Fisher writes in a somehow difficult manner. He sidetracks with his three questions back and forth on the same subject. And repeats quite obsessively some of his ideas in the 400+ pages of this project. But at the end of the day I found “The only 3 questions you need to ask” informing and well documented. And full of (arguably) useful insights on shares investing.

 

What is the book about?

 

Well, about investing in shares and about how you can sustainably beat the markets. Read More »A Book Review – “The Only Three Questions You Need to Ask” by Ken Fisher

How to invest $100

Of course, this could generate a good laugh. But as we on doitinvest.com discovered on our research, it is actually quite a feasible idea.
Let’s suppose you paid all the debts which you can – using the spare money to invest instead getting rid of the high-interest debt is not a good idea. What can you do with your $100?Read More »How to invest $100

Famous investors (1) – Warren Buffet and his lessons in investments

Let’s be honest and face it – the big shots, the people who did a hell of a lot of money from their investments, will rarely go public about their methods. Yet Warrent Buffet, the Sage of Omaha, has constantly promoted transparency and openness in investing for more than 40 years.
How did Warren do it without damaging his investments?Read More »Famous investors (1) – Warren Buffet and his lessons in investments