Good Investing Reading – 27 September 2013

Good Investing Reading


How an Engineer Earned 1.25 Million Air Miles By Buying Pudding – Gizmodo

This is value investing. Period. You have to read it.


People make the same basic investment decisions as monkeys, scientists find

Scientists decided to conduct an experiment and found that monkeys and humans are not too different after all.


Meet the Most Indebted Man in the World – The Atlantic

Former Société Générale rogue trader Jérôme Kerviel owes the bank $6.3 billion. Here is the how and why behind this huge number.


Decline and denial: Thoughts on Blackberry endgame and Microsoft as value trap – Aswath Damodaran

Prof. Damodaran discusses the life-cycle of a company with respect to Blackberry and Microsoft. It is interesting from the perspective of understanding the qualitative aspects of investing research.

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