Thinking, Fast and Slow

by Daniel Kahneman

Book Reviews

  • @amodm Most life changing books took hold on attempt 2 or 3 for me. SICP, Black Swan, Thinking Fast and Slow and most recently Don't Split the Difference all were minimum 2 attempts with gaps of months/years between them.Link to Tweet
  • Most cited investment books by decade: 1990s: One Up on Wall Street (stock pickers) 2000s: The Intelligent Investor (value investors) 2010s: Thinking Fast & Slow (behavioral/index investing) 2020s: Sapiens (crypto)Link to Tweet
  • "The premise of this book is that it is easier to recognize other people's mistakes than your own." -Kahneman, Thinking Fast and Slow.Link to Tweet
  • Kahneman's book 'Thinking Fast and Slow' that is meant for a popular audience if virtually unknown by most people. I did not know of it until I tried to attempt an understanding of Deep Learning technology.Link to Tweet
  • @KShannon14 For me it was mostly just the process of becoming a regular reader but here are some books I listed in my first book that had an impact on my thinking as an investor https://t.co/AA2ldfQawILink to Tweet
  • Put another way, it’s not that reading Thinking Fast and Slow or Zero to One have no value (both great books!) — rather, I think happiness and competence derive from originality and heterogeneity, and that takes exploring.Link to Tweet
  • Put another way, it’s not that reading Thinking Fast and Slow or Zero to One have no value (both great books!) — rather, I think happiness and competence derive from originality and heterogeneity, and that takes exploring.Link to Tweet
  • @BoatShuman If you like Nudge, you should read Thinking Fast and Slow (Kahneman), Phishing for Phools (Akerlof and Shiller), The Rule of Nobody (Howard) and Cognitive Gadgets: The Cultural Evolution of Thinking (Hayes)!Link to Tweet
  • @ryansray @james_clear Just got the book for Christmas. I've read Thinking Fast and Slow, working on The Undoing Project now.Link to Tweet
  • The book "Thinking, Fast and Slow" is amazing, but this one sentence from its introduction sums it up: https://t.co/A4B4Yqpb5q https://t.co/y7f7BAn8LhLink to Tweet
  • @instalox Psychology is a whole can of worms on its own, and there are lots of bad “theories". Have you read “Thinking Fast and Slow?"Link to Tweet