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My Investment for the Year 2012 -- Part 3 -- Reading

December 30th, 2012 10:15 AM by Eric Fang

Before being one of the greatest investors, Charlie
Munger was a lawyer, and one day he thought about how
to get rich quickly. And one way to get rich is to charge
more hourly to his client. And he found that the most
valuable client is himself. And after that he invested
one hour on himself everyday. And most of the time is on

I completed most of the 20 books I planed to read for the
year 2012(Here is the list). For the upcoming new year,
I will focus on the investment/financial books, and will
share some opinions from different. Here are some of the
books on the list:

The Snowball: Warren Bufferr and the Business of Life

Buffett: The Making of American Capitalist

Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits

A Random Walk Down Wall Street

The Intelligent Investor

The Big Secret for the Small Investor

One Up on Wall Street(Peter Lynch).

The Little Book of Shrinking Dollar

How to Win Friends and Influence People.

How to Stop Worrying And Start Living

I am a little bit different from other people.
I started my business from books, including
marketing, how to build the referral business,
how to build loyalty cusmtoer satisfaction,
how to run an efficient business(my origination
volume about 3 times of a very good loan agent) etc.

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Posted by Eric Fang on December 30th, 2012 10:15 AM



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