Warren Buffett's Ground Rules brings together, for the first time and with Buffett's permission, the key investment principles and teachings of Buffet's ''ground rules'' for investing, contained in the letters he wrote to his investment partners in the 1960s. Here you will find the basis for Buffett's contrarian diversification strategy, his celebration of compounding interest, and his tactics for bettering market results by at least 10 percent annually. Quoting extensively and directly from Buffett, equity research expert Jeremy Miller introduces us to the timeless advice the letters contain, demonstrating a set of effective investment strategies that continue to resonate today.
Provides a firsthand account of rags-to-riches success, offering practical tips and techniques for listeners interested in achieving financial freedom and security.
It would have been groundbreaking enough for the Israeli Ofra Haza to have performed an album of Yemeni Jewish songs. But when she and producer Bezalel Aloni added synthesizers, drum machines, and a generous helping of dance beats, they ended up creating one of the seminal records of world music–one of the very first ethno-techno releases whose reverberations extended into dance clubs around the globe, most especially with "Galbi." While its contemporary sound might make it seem shallow, there really is a lot of depth here, the lyrics coming from the poetry of 16th-century rabbi Shalom Shabazi. Along with fellow spirits like Dissidenten, Haza helped pave the way for Transglobal Underground, Natacha Atlas, and Banco de Gaia.