‘What to read’ is a key question a lot of investors ask, given that there’s so much to read and so little time (or so it seems). In this post, I try to answer the question in some way, and with a lot of help from Prof. Sanjay Bakshi.
I do not take a single newspaper, nor read one a month, and I feel myself infinitely the happier for it. The man who reads nothing at all is better informed than the man who reads nothing but newspapers.~ Thomas Jefferson
Long time readers of Safal Niveshak blog and attendees to my investing workshops know my dislike for reading newspapers. The dislike is so deep that I’ve not had a newspaper subscription at my home for the past six years now, and neither do I consume news via electronic media. This also holds true of business television which I watch very occasionally and only when I want to get a hearty laugh and there’s nothing else that’s as funny on television at that time.
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