The Winning Investment Habits of Warren Buffett
and George Soros debuted at the #4 spot of
finance & investment books...the first week
it was in bookstores, and was on the list for
several months thereafter.
the paperback edition hit the number 9 spot on
the Straits Times’ Non-Fiction
list (ALL non-fiction, not just business books)
on 1 June 2006 — just three weeks after
it appeared on the shelves...with NO promotion.
The hardcover edition was on the same list for
three consecutive months from the last week of
July 2004 when it hit the bookstores, topping
such perennial sellers as Rich Dad, Poor Dad.
And in Malaysia
it’s been a top 10 non-fiction bestseller
at bookshops like Kinokuniya and MPH.
Three years after it was introduced it’s
still heading out distributors' doors in a steady
stream. The Australian/Asian edition has been
reprinted TWICE — in both hardcover and
paperback. The US paperback edition is now in
it’s fifth printing!
— Prominently features Warren Buffett and
George Soros, both high-profile investors with
— Demonstrates that their success is due
to the mental habits and strategies they both
practice — despite their radically different
— Shows that these same habits are practiced
by all successful investors, and work in all investment
fields including real estate, collectibles, antiques,
commodities, currencies — as well as in
the stock market.
— Shows the reader how he can adopt The
Winning Investment Habits of Warren Buffett and
George Soros — and transform his own
This is NOT another “How To Invest Like
Buffett or Soros” book.
And it’s not another biography. So there
is no direct competition: no other book on the
market is quite like it.
The closest comparisons are Robert Kiyosaki’s
Rich Dad, Poor Dad and Cashflow Quadrant
which aren’t really about money and business
at all, but how to think about money and business
— and change your own money habits.
In the same way, The Winning Investment Habits
of Warren Buffett and George Soros shows
you how to think about investments the way the
world’s richest investors do — and
so transform your own investment performance.
Warren Buffett and George Soros both started
with nothing. Both built their fortunes solely
Was it luck? Something in their genes? Connections
and “insider information” that the
average investor can’t get?
NO! says Mark Tier in this path-breaking book.
He discovered that they both practice exactly
the same mental habits and strategies religiously.
What’s more, Peter Lynch, Benjamin Graham,
Sir John Templeton, Bernard Baruch, and all the
other successful investors and traders he has
studied and worked with follow them too. Without
What’s more, he’s proved that if
you practice The Winning Investment Habits
of Warren Buffett and George Soros you can
make more money more easily than you ever thought
This book will show your customers how to do