I rate this book 2 out of 5.
It wasn’t really what I was expecting. I wanted a series of well-explained investing tips. Instead, I found that the book had too many examples of what happened in the past e.g. during the recession of the 1930s and in the early 1970s when the edition I was reading was published. It wasn’t just general historical info that one can learn from but a mish mash of too much data from days gone by.
I didn’t feel engaged at all, however, that could partly be due to the fact that I read it immediately after reading How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie, a truly first class book.
Time allowing, I love to read. If I read anything interesting, I will blog about it here.