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Publisher's Summary

Investors are tempted daily with misinformation. They make lucky bets that breed false confidence, and their high-stakes gambles can take an emotional toll. How can anyone stay focused in such a volatile profession? 
In Big Money Thinks Small, veteran fund manager Joel Tillinghast urges investors to act cautiously and follow five primary steps to successful investing:

    Know yourself
    Make decisions based on your own knowledge
    Select trustworthy and capable colleagues and collaborators
    Avoid businesses that seem destined to fail
    Always search for bargains
Patience and methodical planning will pay far greater dividends than rash, bold investments. Through sensible instruction, Tillinghast teaches listeners how to ask the right questions in any investing situation and think objectively and generatively about portfolio management.

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©2017 Joel Tillinghast (P)2018 Tantor
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4 out of 5 stars
By Anant Kishore on 06-27-18

Worth it despite some rambling

The book could have been shorter but there is valuable information in here for the individual value style investor, novice or expert in my opinion. Narrator is a little annoying at times but hey...

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