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The Little Book of Behavioral Investing
The Little Book of Behavioral Investing: How not to be your own worst enemy
By: James Montier

This book is a very good and easy read.  Although in some instances it may feel like it states some obvious points, such as setting a particular selling price target before purchasing a stock, it remains a very good reminder of the stocks investment fundamentals and how to avoid some very costly mistakes due to following analysts predictions. It is certainly a book to read once every couple of years to refresh the investment thought process and steer away from negative behaviors and pitfalls .

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