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Roger Lowenstein
“Buffett's methodology was straightforward, and in that sense 'simple.' It was not simple in the sense of being easy to execute. Valuing companies such as Coca-Cola took a wisdom forged by years of experience; even then, there was a highly subjective element. A Berkshire stockholder once complained that there were no more franchises like Coca-Cola left. Munger tartly rebuked him. 'Why should it be easy to do something that, if done well two or three times, will make your family rich for life?”
Roger Lowenstein, Buffett: The Making of an American Capitalist

Warren Buffett
“Investors should be skeptical of history-based models. Constructed by a nerdy-sounding priesthood using esoteric terms such as beta, gamma, sigma and the like, these models tend to look impressive. Too often, though, investors forget to examine the assumptions behind the models. Beware of geeks bearing formulas. ”
Warren Buffett

John Locke
“I have always thought the actions of men the best interpreters of their thoughts.”
John Locke

John Locke
“Reading furnishes the mind only with materials of knowledge; it is thinking that makes what we read ours.”
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Rand Miller
“In an infinite universe, all things are possible -- within physical limits, that is -- and any book that can be written does physically exist. Somewhere. The book is the bridge between the words and the physical actuality.”
Rand Miller, The Book of Ti'ana