Customer Review

Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on May 21, 2021
I knew I would learn a few things on each of these super investors when I started Richer, Wiser, Happier. I was wrong: I learned a lot, and the amount of new and exclusive content in this book is staggering.

Each chapter is filled with interesting facts and anecdotes on these super investors, which makes the book very engaging and almost interactive, as William Green provides answers to many of the questions you wish you could ask these investment gurus. His writing style is crisp and concise, and since he covers so much ground, the result is a trove of worldly wisdom.

The fact finding is one thing, but the analytical part is even more impressive: William Green masterfully distills the investment philosophy of each investor and extracts the key lessons for the reader. It is not always easy (at least for me) to understand how these great investors really think, let alone trying to synthesize their (usually complex) thought process about companies and markets. William Green makes this process seamless.

The book is the result of years and years of painstaking research, and carefully prepared interviews, often with people who do not give a lot of interviews (if at all). Every word seems to have been carefully chosen. All chapters are good. In fact, even if you were only interested in one of these super investors, you will not regret having this one on your bookshelf: I feel confident saying that you will very likely learn something valuable, and potentially very valuable.
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