“Well, I think you should read everything you can. I can tell you in my own case, I know by the time I was ten — I’d read every book in the Omaha Public Library that had anything to do with investing, and many of them I’d read twice. So I don’t think there’s anything like reading, and not just as limited to investing at all. But you’ve just got to fill up your mind with various competing thoughts and sort them out as to what really makes sense over time.” Warren Buffett

“My whole life I’ve been a reader. I’m curious; I want to know how things work. Even more importantly I want to know what is going to happen. And what’s going to happen is often related to what has happened., I read history, I read psychology, I read finance and business. I read a lot of biographies. I’m drawn to anything that makes me a better person, make me a better investor and make me a better philanthropist or just makes me more knowledgable about the world.” Seth Klarman

Writes for the love of Books, Movies, Music & Cricket. He opines that best investment ideas are often cracked by being on the road.