Big Mistakes

The Best Investors and Their Worst Investments
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Michael Batnick
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PrefaceAcknowledgmentsChapter 1
Benjamin GrahamThere Are No Iron-Clad LawsChapter 2
Jesse LivermoreManage Your RiskChapter 3
Mark TwainDon't Get AttachedChapter 4
John MeriwetherGenius's LimitsChapter 5
Jack BogleFind What Works for YouChapter 6
Michael SteinhardtStay in Your LaneChapter 7
Jerry TsaiYou're Not As Smart As You ThinkChapter 8
Warren BuffettBeware of OverconfidenceChapter 9
Bill AckmanGet Off Your SoapboxChapter 10
Stanley DruckenmillerHard Lessons Can Be NecessaryChapter 11
SequoiaThe Risks of Concentrated InvestingChapter 12
John Maynard KeynesThe Most Addictive GameChapter 13
John PaulsonYou Only Need to Win OnceChapter 14
Charlie MungerHandling Big LossesChapter 15
Chris SaccaDealing With RegretChapter 16
Michael BatnickLooking In the MirrorAbout the AuthorIndex
A Must-Read for Any Investor Looking to Maximize Their Chances of SuccessBig Mistakes: The Best Investors and Their Worst Investments explores the ways in which the biggest names have failed, and reveals the lessons learned that shaped more successful strategies going forward. Investing can be a rollercoaster of highs and lows, and the investors detailed here show just how low it can go; stories from Warren Buffet, Bill Ackman, Chris Sacca, Jack Bogle, Mark Twain, John Maynard Keynes, and many more illustrate the simple but overlooked concept that investing is really hard, whether you're managing a few thousand dollars or a few billion, failures and losses are part of the game. Much more than just anecdotal diversion, these stories set the basis for the book's critical focus: learning from mistakes. These investors all recovered from their missteps, and moved forward armed with a wealth of knowledge than can only come from experience. Lessons learned through failure carry a weight that no textbook can convey, and in the case of these legendary investors, informed a set of skills and strategy that propelled them to the top.Research-heavy and grounded in realism, this book is a must-read for any investor looking to maximize their chances of success.* Learn the most common ways even successful investors fail
* Learn from the mistakes of the greats to avoid losing ground
* Anticipate challenges and obstacles, and develop an advance plan
* Exercise caution when warranted, and only take the smart risksWhile learning from your mistakes is always a valuable experience, learning from the mistakes of others gives you the benefit of wisdom without the consequences of experience. Big Mistakes: The Best Investors and Their Worst Investments provides an incomparable, invaluable resource for investors of all stripes.