KINDLE [The Nature of Investing]


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    Read The Nature of Investing Katherine Collins ☆ 6 review Summary Ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Katherine Collins I had an incredibly difficult time trying to stay attentive while listening to this book It was not a long book thankfully It wasn’t an issue with the narrator It was the content It didn’t seem to really say

  2. says: Read The Nature of Investing KINDLE [The Nature of Investing] Katherine Collins ☆ 6 review

    KINDLE [The Nature of Investing] I'm biologist and finance is my hobby but this really didn't add any knowledge I am actually interested at social investin

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    KINDLE [The Nature of Investing] Ciertos comentarios me parecieron interesantes en parte repite un poco las bases de Biomímesis mencionadas ya p

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    Read The Nature of Investing Summary Ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Katherine Collins Katherine Collins ☆ 6 review Clear concise descriptions about the integration of bio mimicry to the investing world Real world applicable examples The narration was excellent I did not give this five stars because at times the author would go on about scientific details and then delve into the relationship with investing which is good but there was to

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    Read The Nature of Investing Summary Ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Katherine Collins Katherine Collins ☆ 6 review One of the most influental books of there about investing Great author and great read

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  • Hardcover
  • 224
  • The Nature of Investing
  • Katherine Collins
  • en
  • 05 July 2019
  • 9781937134945

Read The Nature of Investing

Read The Nature of Investing Katherine Collins ☆ 6 review Summary Ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Katherine Collins S from the natural world The Nature of Investing shows how we can create an investment framework that is different from the mechanized one currently employedReaders will discover an approach that re aligns investing with the world it was originally meant to serve An approach that values resiliency over rigidity and elegant simplicity over synthetic complexity This is the true nature of investing Ciertos comentarios me parecieron interesantes en parte repite un poco las bases de Biom mesis mencionadas ya por Janine BanyusMe uedo con la frase Constant pollination of new ideas

Summary Ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Katherine CollinsThe Nature of Investing

Read The Nature of Investing Katherine Collins ☆ 6 review Summary Ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Katherine Collins Re firms whose business is based on harvesting the advantage of microseconds of trading speed The Nature of Investing calls for a transformation of the investment process from the roots up Drawing on the author’s twenty plus years of leadership experience in top investment firms the book connects real world finance with the field of biomimicry Citing real life examples and discussing principle I m biologist and finance is my hobby but this really didn t add any knowledge I am actually interested at social investing and environmental economy but I feel this didn t excute on a factual level It spent too much time trying to make a simile between biology and investing Over all not consise enough writing style

Katherine Collins ☆ 6 review

Read The Nature of Investing Katherine Collins ☆ 6 review Summary Ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Katherine Collins We are all investors We invest our time our energy our money We invest every single day as citizens as consumers as businesspeople At its core investing involves connection exchange and mutual benefit Lately however the primary beneficial function of investing has been overshadowed by ever mechanized iterations of finance We have created funds of funds securitizations of securitizations and enti I had an incredibly difficult time trying to stay attentive while listening to this book It was not a long book thankfully It wasn t an issue with the narrator It was the content It didn t seem to really say anything The book says it is about Resilient Investment Strategies Through Biomimicry One example was evolution and from evolution you are told to change your thoughts over time Another example is to focus locally like a plant would by looking at local investments Throughout the book read like a new age spiritual self help guide like Eckhart Tolle than Benjamin Graham There were uite a few things I didn t appreciate in this bookI found the learnings from looking at nature to be so basic as to not be useful in the real world Instead of providing investing guidelines that I would expect given the book s title the author tries to provide a philosophy of how you should decide to invest For every example the author came up with based on nature I could think of the opposite in nature as well When you base your arguments on analogies you really need to care about the likely thoughts in the reader s head trying to validate your suggestions The word investments in the title does not really mean personal investing The author can be considered a Wall Street type and I found many of the examples relate to putting together something like a mutual fund or an estate plan rather than individual investing By the end of the book the author expands the meaning to include investments of time and thought If you are a Wall Street type writing a book on investments maybe people will make an assumption that they can use the advice for their investments This book did not offer much of this adviceIn the end what I think happened here is that the author who had classwork in Biomimicry started noticing she could use those kinds of examples to explain what she saw happening with her research team at Fidelity and in the economic world and decided to extend these observations into a book It s like saying that cloud looks like a bear I m not sure you re going to get much of an opportunity to make money based on that observation In this case the author took the concept beyond its limits Nice try I would definitely consider other books by the author given her writing style and her work experience but they would have to be on finance and not new age topics

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