George Soros, Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffett, Peter Lynch, Eugene Kleiner, Tom Perkins, Paul Samuelson, John Templeton and others
There has never been a better time to be an ordinary investor. With more opportunities, lower costs and a more level playing field than ever before, you really can go head to head with the professionals. But there remains one big difference between Wall Street and the individual investor: technique and experience.
Superinvestors provides both in a new way. It takes an indepth look at 20 of the best investors in the last 200 years and shows the reader how to adopt a similar approach. These investors have been picked for a variety of criteria, including their investing excellence, the different ways in which they made money and, above all, for what they can teach individual investors.
Ranging from David Ricardo, who made a fortune by correctly predicting the outcome of the Battle of Waterloo, to the patient, valueorientated approach of Warren Buffett, this book a treasure trove of success stories, cautionary tales, legendary stock picks and worldbeating strategies. It will fascinate and inspire investors of every level.
Matthew Partridge is an experienced financial journalist and trained historian. He has a doctorate in economic history from the London School of Economics and has taught at Goldsmiths, University of London. He writes for MoneyWeek magazine, Britain’s biggestselling financial weekly.