Poor Charlie's Almanack
by Charles T. Munger
@saroff_nyc @BigRiverCapita1 @DarkfireCapital Janet Lowe wrote a biography of Charlie Munger.
Poor Charlie's is a collection of essays: https://t.co/qcwRDmB3am
My Munger book is an analysis. I tried to use his approaches as instructional examples. I said up front: this book is not a biography.Link to Tweet @insearchofyield @honam Peter Lynch's books, Poor Charlie's Almanack and some of the books on Warren BuffettLink to Tweet New Blog Post about the Navalmanack: "6 Books that Inspired the Navalmanack"
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https://t.co/G9n9IdFxls https://t.co/cZWQKGe88tLink to Tweet @BooksChatterBot This is a cool idea! Please add all the books found at the following link. These are the best of the best - the top 5% of what is now over 600 books read and summarized https://t.co/SP0CSgfSzTLink to Tweet @marty_wash 1. Poor Charlie's is a compilation of writing and speeches in the raw.
2. My book is a complete explanation of Charlie's system
3. Damn Right is a biography
Each book is quite different.Link to Tweet I AM NOW THE PROUD OWNER OF POOR CHARLIE’S ALMANACK (thank you, @ishaanpreet, best birthday present ever!) 🤩 https://t.co/n59WstQHNHLink to Tweet @GehanFathi Psychology - Poor Charlie’s almanack and influence by cialdini. Biology - autobiography of Charles Darwin and Dawkins’ Selfish Gene. Almost a cliche they’re so popular but there’s a reason.Link to Tweet @sahilkukreja9 Books: Damn Right, Poor Charlie's Almanack: https://t.co/OgKd4JKqf2
Talks: Pscyhology of Human Misjudgement, USC Commencement Speech, (on youtube)
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