I’m reading a book about investing (https://www.amazon.com/Future-Investors-Tried-True-Triumph/dp/140008198X/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1492101414&sr=8-3&keywords=jeremy+siegel) by the same guy who wrote “Stocks for the Long Run” (which I read earlier and recommend https://www.amazon.com/Stocks-Long-Run-Definitive-Investment/dp/0071800514/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1492101387&sr=8-1&keywords=stocks+for+the+long+run).
“The Future For Investors” highlighted the good returns of companies peddling sugar and tobacco. That got me thinking about vice investing.
Also, BTW if you want to get a good inspirational audio book at a good price, do this:
- Join Amazon Prime (yes this costs $120 or something… you’ll have to decide if the myriad of benefits it offers are worth it to you)
- Get the Kindle version of “The ONE Thing” for free.
- They will offer you to the Audible audio spoken version for $5. It’s normally $35 or 1 credit ($15), so you save $10-$25. And the book is all about hyper focusing on a single goal to get shit done.