Table of Contents
A collection of key writings.
Series: seeing Buffett clearly
“His wealth was built on the balance of compounding wisdom and relationships. In fact, the two reinforced each other.”
“We get this question a lot from the enterprising young. It’s a very intelligent question: you look at some old guy who is rich and you ask, ‘How can I become like you, except faster?’” Charlie Munger
"If we look past the specific actions, we find in Buffett's young years timeless ingredients for success that have lost none of their potency. That kid hustled. Nonstop."
“As long as we see ourselves as perpetual students, as long as we use an interest in business and investing as an outlet for learning and building community, I believe it is a worthwhile effort. Even if one does not beat the market. And hey, if you happen to come across a wonderful business or an investor or founder of Buffett’s caliber, at least you know what to do. Make a sizable bet, let the magic of compounding and patience do their work, continue to learn, and have a great time with your friends.”
Deep dives on great investors and speculators
Short of the British Pound: Soros’s Layers of Conviction
Paul Tudor Jones
The business and process of investing
Susquehanna & Jeff Yass: The six college friends who bet their way to billions (thread)