Latticework

Latticework : The New Investing

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In this engaging and challenging book, Robert Hagstrom outlines a new approach to investing based on the ideas of two highly successful investors: Charlie Munger of Berkshire Hathaway and bill Miller of Legg Mason. Both Munger and Miller believe in the latticework approach to investing, one that is based on a working knowledge of a variety of disciplines. Latticework is a true liberal arts approach to investing. It carries the reader from Ben Franklin's vision of education to St. John's College with its Great Books program to the cutting-edge Santa Fe Institute, a multi-disciplinary research center which brings together scientists from a variety of fields to address complex adaptive systems, including markets and economies. In helping readers develop the worldly vision they need to succeed financially, Latticework also points the way to a richer, fuller, more rewarding life.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 224 pages
  • 158.8 x 236 x 21.8mm | 453.6g
  • Cengage Learning, Inc
  • Texere Publishing
  • Florence, United States
  • English
  • diagrams
  • 1587990008
  • 9781587990007
  • 1,373,185

Table of contents

Preface 1.A latticework of mental models 2.Physics: the point Of equilibrium 3.Biology: the origin of a new species 4.Social sciences: ants, avalanches, and complex systems 5.Psychology: minds of the markets 6.Philosophy: a pragmatic view of investing 7.Literature: read for thought 8.Decision making Notes reading list acknowledgements indexshow more

About Robert G. Hagstrom

Robert Hagstrom is senior vice-president and director of Legg Mason Focus Capital. He is the author of The Warren Buffett Way, one of the world's bestselling investment books.show more

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