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Jim Rogers, the investing guru who earned a 4,200% return with George Soros, told us everyone should read 3 books that made a ‘huge impression’ on his career

“Graham is considered the father of value investing” writes Akin Oyedele for businessinsider.com. This book is frequently cited as a must-read for anyone wanting to become a better investor.The portfolio used a good amount of leverage to invest in risky stock-index and currency futures that could have generated huge losses. Source: businessinsider.com

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A Southern California couple who worked ‘blue collar’ jobs plans to retire comfortably thanks to 3 strategies they started years ago

“He estimates that his Social Security income will be about $4,000 per month, but estimates that their retirement income will be significantly more thanks to stocks and bonds, dividends, rental income, and retirement savings” writes Liz Knueven for businessinsider.com. By starting to save early, their contributions had years to grow and earn compound interest, through which interest earns interest on itself.At 28, Corky started his own business and set up a 401(k) at his company, and Patti contributed to one at her job as well.As self-described “blue-collar workers” in expensive…

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All the Health Advice on Kourtney’s Poosh, Ranked

“Bloating can be seriously uncomfy, so it makes sense that Team Poosh has lots of advice for tackling the issue” writes Suzanne Zuppello Is for cosmopolitan.com. That said, matcha is full of antioxidants, which are said to improve immune and heart health, and reduce cancer risk.As you might recall, chlorophyll is the green pigment in plants and algae that makes photosynthesis (how plants turn sunlight into food) possible. Source: cosmopolitan.com

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Robert Shiller’s ‘Irrational Exuberance’ predicted the housing and dot-com crises. He told us why another book he recently read makes a ‘decisive case’ for the next one.

“Shiller’s work has long centered on the idea that the narratives investors believe about asset classes become a powerful driver of prices” writes Akin Oyedele for businessinsider.com. Gennaioli and Shleifer made the case that there were multiple actors, from investors to ratings agencies, whose irrational expectations generated risk.After all, the housing crash and widespread market sell-offs clearly showed that investors’ expectations were off by many miles.Shiller agrees with them and further argues that widespread narratives are responsible for financial bubbles. Source: businessinsider.com

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The cofounder of legendary VC firm Andreessen Horowitz on what almost killed Uber, what really led to WeWork’s downfall, and what happened after he passed on Airbnb

“Lebowitz: WeWork is an example of a very high-profile company whose company culture has been widely criticized in the recent past” writes Shana Lebowitz for businessinsider.com. So what is your best advice for building and sustaining a healthy company culture among these remote, distributed teams?.  Source: businessinsider.com

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An investor who turned $15 million of firmwide assets into $200 million explains his 3-part process for picking stocks — and breaks down a ‘once in a lifetime’ opportunity he sees in uranium

“He continued: “That entertainment division is kind of a breakout business, and company revenue should double in the next 12 months because of that breakout business.”” writes Christopher Competiello for businessinsider.com. “But they have this breakout business that’s coming up, and people aren’t necessarily assigning a lot of weight to it in IDW entrainment.”. He shares an example of a current holding — one he considers a breakout business.”In the last few years, over 25 million pounds of uranium supply have come off the market — and that equates to…

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The ‘Warren Buffett of bonds’ has survived every major market crash since 1958. He told us 4 pieces of wisdom for anyone who also wants to enjoy a long career.

“Fuss’ chances of such a long career in fund management would be slimmer today if he were just starting out” writes Akin Oyedele for businessinsider.com. Against this backdrop, Business Insider asked Fuss his advice for fund managers who are still early in their careers.But the length of Fuss’ career is not the only reason why he has become a legendary fixture of the fixed income world.Clients who would otherwise have paid for fund managers’ services are increasingly choosing cheaper and more passive investment options. Source: businessinsider.com

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A former chemical engineer and Ph.D. with no market experience now makes a living day-trading full-time. Here’s his 3-step process to finding that one successful trade that makes his day.

“Day trading, if you figure it out, is essentially a license to print money,” he concluded” writes Christopher Competiello for businessinsider.com. “As a day trader, you need just one good trade.”A lot of people who get into day trading, they’re really not ready to be a trader, they want to invest,” he said. Source: businessinsider.com

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Billionaire Howard Marks gives his best advice for navigating an anomalous market where 30% of the world’s debt has a negative yield

“At minimum, negative rates mean there’s increased uncertainty, and thus we have to proceed with more trepidation,” he wrote in a recent memo” writes Christopher Competiello for businessinsider.com. Tried-and-true valuation methodology — like the type highly dependent on historical relationships — suddenly becomes futile in a world of negative rates.Marks demonstrates some of the ancillary effects negative rates are having on markets, including: Against that backdrop, Marks offers up his best advice for traversing the landscape — and it all comes down to durability and dependability.”Whatever we knew in the…

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