A Safal Niveshak tribe member recently sent us this email…
I am a regular reader of your posts for more than 2 years now and a big fan as well. I am amazed by the knowledge you have gained by your rigorous reading and am writing this mail to ask you specifically ONE question.
How do you retain what you read?
I constantly see you quoting the investing greats and other writers from their books, not once but many times in your articles. On the other hand, I can barely remember what I read the next day itself. How do you do it? I am sure it must be an art that you have already mastered.
I am sure this would be the problem of countless tribesmen. Please do share how you do it so that people like me can benefit from this.
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