Überblick:Pressestimmen Charlie Munger is arguably the world's best investor. His 'worldly wisdom'--a latticework of understanding separate disciplines--is a powerful way to achieve superior investment results. Without it success in the market--or anywhere else--is a short-lived fluke.--Robert Hagstrom author of The Warren Buffett Way and Investing: The Last Liberal ArtGriffin offers an elegantly unified theory of Munger's ideas organized in a coherent framework from a generous sampling of his scattered remarks in various forums over many years. Intelligent thoughtful helpful--and a delight to read.--Lawrence Cunningham author of Berkshire Beyond Buffett: The Enduring Value of ValuesGriffin is better than anyone else at explaining the most important ideas from the best and brightest minds in business and investing in a way people can easily understand. This book is overflowing with wisdom. Readers will receive a master's degree in decision making investing human psychology and much more. The definitive book on Warren Buffet's business partner.--Ben Carlson author of A Wealth of Common Sense: Why Simplicity Trumps Complexity in Any Investment PlanCharlie Munger is one of the greatest thinkers of our time. Combine his wisdom with Griffin's ability to synthesize thoughts and this book is truly a work of wisdom. It will guide you on how to think differently which is the most important--and most lacking--skill among business leaders and investors.--Morgan Housel author of Everyone Believes It Most Will Be Wrong: Motley Thoughts on Investing and the EconomyGriffin does an extraordinary job of curating synthesizing and organizing the vast wisdom Munger has left for humanity.--Shane Parrish 'Farnam Street 'What if I told you that the world's greatest living investor was also one of the most prolific writers and thinkers on the subject? And what if there were a single book containing all of his most insightful comments in a highly focused series of lessons anecdotes and instructions for success? I'm happy to tell you that in Tren Griffin's Charlie Munger that book has finally arrived.--Joshua M. Brown CEO Ritholtz Wealth Management author of Backstage Wall StreetMunger's life is about facing reality from personal relationships to lofty financial transactions. Griffin demonstrates how Munger sees 'possible' where others see the opposite. How Munger sees the weeds in the river yet also the wonderful fish swimming there.--Janet Lowe author of Damn Right: Behind the Scenes with Berkshire Billionaire Charlie Mungertreasure trove of observations and comments by Mr. Munger Warren Buffet's investment expert.--Nancy K. Webman 'Pensions & Investments 'Well-organized and thoughtful.... Griffin expertly displays how Munger's own ideas both emerged from and later departed with the intellectual foundations laid by [Ben] Graham.--The CharlietonAll who are interested in finance will want this book.... Highly recommended.--Choice Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende Tren Griffin works at Microsoft. Previously he was a partner at Eagle River a private equity firm controlled by Craig McCaw with investments in the telecommunication and software industries including McCaw Cellular Nextel Nextel Partners XO Communications Teledesic and many start-up firms. His early career included five years working and living as a business consultant in Korea and Australia. Tren blogs about investing and other topics at 25iq.com. He is the author of The Global Negotiator: Building Strong Business Relationships Anywhere in the World; Korea The Tiger Economy; Taiwan's Economy; Ah Mo: Legends from the Northwest; and More Ah Mo.