Treasure Chest! Many Quality Investment Books


Dropbox Links

Editor: It seems as though the traffic crashed the links, so I will need to find another storage/sharing method. Patience while I work on it.

This leads me to wonder if starting a private web-site/blog with a csinvesting analyst manual would be an improvement. A person could have a book with links to videos/case studies and books in an organized fashion to become a knowledgeable investor–more learning materials than any other web-site/university times ten!  Imagine a private library/study area/discussion lounge for learning value investing.  The site could be self-sustaining with a nominal fee per annum. It would weed out the people who are not very committed.

Also, sharing info would be easier.         Thoughts for the future………

Meanwhile I will try to find another way to share those books. 

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Next post………




17 responses to “Treasure Chest! Many Quality Investment Books

  1. Excellent collection of ebooks. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Gonanios Salamakis

    Are these books free?

  3. I get the following error when I try to click on any of the links above:

    Error (509)
    This account’s public links are generating too much traffic and have been temporarily disabled!

  4. Dropbox has collapsed! Overwhelmed by success!

    Thanks from Spain!

  5. Links look down..

  6. looks like your dropbox crashed bahaha

  7. the account is disabled

  8. Hi John!
    I’m not able to open Rappaport’s book…

  9. Yes, this method is not adequate to share the resources. I will have to upload to another source. Bear with me and I should have it up by later today.

  10. What if you only share one book per week or so? Downloading so many books at once seems somewhat like ‘book hoarding’…

  11. I would happliy pay for the information that you provide. Great idea!

  12. For those who are on John’s mailing list, you should have almost of those books on yousendit. I think there are only two new books that he uploaded.

  13. John

    You should use Amazon s3. No bandwidth limit, unlimited storage, works like an ftp.
    Only costs $2 a month for the data transfer cost.

  14. Thanks Jae Jun, I will look into it.

  15. Kindly send me the DropBox Links / Links to any other Cloud Storage where you have stored all these Books.
    Thanks & Regards,

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