With many people on, or starting to take vacation, we thought it would be an opportune time to share our thoughts on some interesting summer reading.
Steve, Brandon and I collectively assembled our top three. In no particular order they are:
Start-Up Nation, by Dan Senor and Saul Singer – a very interesting look into the root of the Israeli entrepreneurial spirit.
BTG Pactual: Preserving a Partnership Culture – this is actually an HBS case study on one of our core holdings, but their model is one that is also core to our thought process from an investing perspective on wanting to invest with fellow owners versus employees/managers.
Poor Charlie's Almanac, by Peter D Kaufman – lessons from Buffett and Munger.