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The Coffeehouse Investor by Bill Schultheis
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Jul 25, 2011

really liked it

I agree with the author's philosophy, for the most part. The book is a good read for people who do not have an interest in the market but want to build a plan for their future. A quick and easy read, too. (I think I read all 168 pages in 2 hours.)

I did not agree with the last few pages of the book in which the author talked about investing in individual stocks. Price is everything-- it's not as easy as picking a good company that you like and then socking your money into it for 20+ years. If you don't buy the company at a good price (especially if it doesn't pay dividends), then you might wait 20+ years for it to get back to break even.

A good book all-in-all, though.

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