The mental habits and strategies that Warren Buffett and George Soros both practice fly in the face of the conventional Wall Street "wisdom":
Buffett and Soros don't diversify. When they buy they always "buy as much as they can."
Both will tell you that making predictions about the market or economy has virtually nothing to do with their success.
They're not focused on the profits they expect to make. Indeed, they're not investing for the money at all.
They don't believe that to make big profits you must take big risks. Indeed, both are far more focused on not losing money than on making it.
Their beliefs about what makes markets tick are amazingly similar - and diametrically opposed to academic theories like the "Efficient Market Hypothesis" and the "Random Walk" which they both view with contempt.
And all those research reports that Wall Street churns out - they never read them. They don't give a hoot what other people think.
Investment success lies in your mental habits and strategies, says Mark Tier in this path-breaking book. In identifying the winning investment habits that led Warren Buffett and George Soros to phenomenal success, Mark Tier has uncovered for the first time the habits that ALL successful investors share.
What's more, every one of these winning habits is something you can easily learn yourself.
And it makes no difference whether you look for stock market bargains like Warren Buffett, trade currency futures like George Soros, invest in real estate, antiques or collectibles, use technical analysis, buy on dips or buy on breakouts, use a computerized trading system - or just want to salt money away safely for a rainy day. Adopt The Winning Investment Habits of Warren Buffett and George Soros and you too can make more money more easily than you ever thought possible.
To find out more, check out the book's contents, or read excerpts.