Kindle eBook: How to Become a Better Investor

I have put together my thoughts on improving your investment process into a Kindle eBook titled How to Become a Better Investor.  It is now available at Amazon.com.

I hope you find these ideas useful. I am confident that if you apply them, your results will improve. I’d love to hear your feedback – both positive and otherwise. Finally, I encourage you to tell others about this eBook if you think it can be of use to others.

“Highly recommended” – John Mihaljevic, CFA, Managing Editor, The Manual of Ideas

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17 thoughts on “Kindle eBook: How to Become a Better Investor

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  2. Jeff Partlow

    Great eBook. Thanks so much for sharing it.

    One quibble: It seems to me there is somewhat of an apparent contradiction between #1 Defining Outcome and #3 Don’t Focus on Outcome. I understand (and fully agree) that Process takes precedence, but perhaps you could better explain this — perhaps consider combining #1 & #3 into a single section (something like Measure Outcome; But Don’t Focus on It!).

    Regards,
    Jeff

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