Part-philosophy, part-business strategy and part-biography,Investment Legends provides fascinating insight into thekey ingredients required for successful investing, as exploredthrough the experiences and tips of fifteen of the world’sleading investors.Drawing on his forty years in the business, leading FinancialReview journalist, Barrie Dunstan has travelled the globeinterviewing the cast of characters in this book. Throwing the netfar and wide, Dunstan’s subjects include those virtually borninto the business, such as Barton Biggs and Peter Bernstein, aswell as others who came to investment via the card tables at LasVegas or the ski slopes of Switzerland. Each interview providesinsights about the legends - who are they, how do they think aboutinvestment, what do they believe is most important, why thesebeliefs matter, and when they might change their mind.In this captivating book, you’ll get to meet some of theworld’s leading lights in the investment world. Share intheir secrets to success, and follow their dramatic journeys, ledby the guiding hand of wise and insightful author, BarrieDunstan.
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About the Author
Barrie Dunstan is one of Australia’s most experienced and widely read investment writers, with 52 years of stock market involvement underpinning his craft. He has worked at The Age and The Herald, and since 1987 has been writing for The Australian Financial Review, where he is currently an associate editor.
Table of Contents
1. The Chronicler and Historian (Peter Bernstein)
2. The Literary Investor (Barton Biggs).
3. Staying the Course (John C. Bogle).
4. Calm and Balance (Anthony Bolton).
5. The Corporate Raider (Sir Ron Brierley).
6. Analytical Perspicacity (Gary Brinson).
7. The Prodigies (Warren Buffet and Charles Munger).
8. The Optimist (Abby Joseph Cohen).
9. The Teacher (Ray Dalio).
10. The Contrarian (Marc Faber).
11. The Admired Manager (David Fisher).
12. The Articulate Pessimist (Jeremy Grantham).
13. The card Counter (Bill Gross).
14. The Nicest Guy in the Business (Martin Leibowitz).
15. The Early Adopter (Lewis Sanders).