Value Vault for Books; A More Focused Blog on Investing

“We human beings always seek happiness,” says Mr. Zhang. “Now there are two ways. You make yourself happy by making other people unhappy–I call that the logic of robbery. The other way, you make yourself happy by making other people happy-that’s the logic of the market. Which do you prefer?” (

The Blog is now, a self-hosted site.

This blog has been moved to a self-hosting site so I can have more control over content and presentation. Slowly I am regaining my energy from surgery, so the blog will be back to normal shortly.

I will focus more on investing case studies and different investing problems than before. No one has complained, but political commentary detracts from the mission here which is to become a better investor through thinking critically and independently. I believe an effective way to learn is through understanding the principles and theory of investing then applying those principles to case studies. Finally, the investor must use his/her principles and investing methods to the opportunities available. As investors, we need a coherent investment philosophy and process that fits with our personality and skills. Only YOU can know yourself, but you can learn about investing here. Investing is simple but not easy.


Below is a link for the Value Vault for BOOKS that contains or will contain hundreds of books. Think of this as a way to visit an investing library.  There will other Value Vaults (posted links) for cases studies, videos, and articles. Each value vault is limited to 2 Gigs. Firefox’s browser can view the content but other browsers (I am told) show empty folders.   Periodically new material will be added to each folder, so check back.

(You can only download contents from this folder)
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More to follow…….

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