In-depth interviews with more than forty of the world’s super-investors reveal that the keys to wealth and business success hold other life lessons as well.
‘A profound, eloquent, and much-needed call for a reassessment of how we build our portfolios and live our lives’ – Stig Brodersen
‘A classic … for generations, will define what it means to be a better investor and a better human’ – Guy SpierBillionaire investors. If we think of them, it’s with a mixture of awe and suspicion. Clearly, they possess a kind of genius – the proverbial Midas Touch. But are the skills they possess transferable? And would we really want to be them? Do they have anything to teach us besides making money?
In Richer, Wiser, Happier, award-winning journalist William Green has spent nearly twenty-five years interviewing these investing wizards and discovered that their talents expand well beyond the financial realm and into practical philosophy.
Green ushers us into the lives of more than forty of the world’s super-investors, visiting them in their offices, vacation homes, and even their places of worship – all to share what they have to teach us. Green brings together the thinking of some of the best investors, from Warren Buffett to Howard Marks to John Templeton, and provides gems of insight that will enrich you not only financially but also professionally and personally.