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Have a nice evening! 📖

It's been a while since we've talked about your favorite books here, and since it's two months after Christmas, I trust you've got your Christmas presents read.

Here are 5 very interesting pieces for me that are worth reading📚.🚀

Quality investing: A book by A book by Peter Seilern focuses on an investment strategy that emphasizes the quality and stability of companies as the most important factor for long-term success. Also included are methods for evaluating company quality, analyzing financial ratios, and strategies for stock selection with an emphasis on sustainable growth and low risk.

Rich Dad Poor Dad: I'm sure most of you are familiar with this book. For those who don't know this book, the book focuses on the differences in philosophies about money and investing. Kiyosaki emphasizes here the importance of financial education a investment mindset, offering a perspective on passive income, entrepreneurship and investing in assets that generate money.

In Search of Excellence: Authors Thomas J. Peters a Robert H. Waterman, here examine successful U.S. companies and introduce eight key principles of excellence. These include passion for performance, commitment to the customer, caring for employees, minimizing bureaucracy, innovation, using crises as opportunities, an implacable approach to quality, and the ability to operate globally.

Richer, Wiser, Happier: Award-winning journalist William Green has spent nearly twenty-five years interviewing prominent investment professionals. Green takes us into the lives of more than forty of the world's most renowned superinvestors, visiting them in their offices, vacation homes, and even places of personal interest or spiritual pursuits.

Investing for growth: from Terry Smith, a leading fund manager. In the book, he highlights a simple process for successful investing - "Buy good companies, don't overpay and do nothing". Smith discusses topics such as stock buybacks, ETF risks and much more.

I'd like to add some other interesting pieces to my library, what are some of your favorites?📔

Share the most interesting pieces you have!


Rich dad, poor dad that's the basics and otherwise thanks for the tips.