Invested: How Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger Taught Me to Master My Mind, My Emotions, and My Money
Danielle Town and Phil Town
William Morrow
ISBN: 978-0062672650
Pages: 336
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Key Takeaways:

1.  ‘Money that was laying around’ is never a good reason to invest.  Investment is the result of research not availability of funds.

2.  Anyone can learn the philosophies of value investing.  It is, however, a continuous journey.

3.  Financial freedom will never be achieved by saving generously every month.  Inflation makes the saving-for-financial-freedom approach impractical.

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