There’s Always Something to Do: The Peter Cundill Investment Approach

by Ashik Shah on 31 March 2011

Peter Cundill was a Canadian value investor much admired by Warren Buffett. He maintained a personal diary of his investment ideas for 45 years and this book draws heavily on this diary.

This book covers areas such as global investing and looking in unpopular areas.  It also explores the virtues that one should cultivate to be a successful value investor.

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