The Most Important Thing Illuminated
Uncommon Sense for the Thoughtful Investor
In May of 2011, Columbia Business School Publishing discharged Howard Marks’ The Most Important Thing, a book that refined the insight of Marks’ commended customer updates into a solitary volume, making his time-tried contributing rationality accessible to general perusers interestingly. The book was welcomed with wide praise from investorsprofessional, easygoing, yearning, and rocker alikeand turned into a business blockbuster.
Presently, Columbia Business School Publishing is pleased to declare an inventive advanced release that permits you to peruse Marks’ words close by remarks, bits of knowledge and counterpoints from four other eminent speculators and venture teachers: Christopher Davis, Joel Greenblatt, Paul Johnson and Seth Klarman. See what these financial specialists consider such ideas as “second-level considering,” the value/esteem relationship, quiet advantage, and protective contributing. There are additionally comments from Howard Marks himself, highlighting a portion of the topics that keep running all through the book, alongside a formerly unpublished reward part on the significance of sensible desires. This version highlights a foreword from Bruce Greenwald.