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Howard Marks: “The Most Important Thing – Origins and Inspirations” | Talks at Google


Warren Buffett said “When I see memos from Howard Marks in my mail, they’re the first thing I open and read.” Howard is the Co-Chairman of Oaktree Capital Management. He is known in the investment community for his “Oaktree memos” to clients which detail investment strategies and insight into the economy. He treats investing as equal parts psychology and finance, and his book The Most Important Thing provides “uncommon sense for the thoughtful investor.”


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  1. firstly..nothing happens in randomness…believing in randomness is just a point of human limited perception…everything is action and reaction..and ''you cant tell from the outcome whether a decision was bad or good'????and from what u can tell then whether a decision was bad or good???? if u know all the facts..all the catalysts and the influences that play a role and analyse it..then of course u know..''good decisions fail to work all the time''???''bad decisions work all the time???wtf??
    but of course…if someone is waiting for a company (or a country!!!) to bankrupt in order to buy its assets the cheapest it can get..then why wondering why everything (politics ecomony healthcare education etc..) is fucked up??? the workers didnt bankrupt it..the management failed on purpose or coz they didnt do their fucking job right..but the workers end up losing their jobs and their lifes…who gives a fuck..we r making money buying cheap assets..thats the most important thing right!! fuck other people…have no regrets..and dont lose money..hahaha thats why we r doomed!!!

  2. Definitely getting that book. I mean really look at the points. I have always heard about Howard but I am just now getting to his Investment Philosophy. I've been going through Joel Greenblatt, Peter Lynch, Guy Spier and Mohnish's stuff. Thank you Investor Archive.

  3. Warren Buffett said "When I see memos from Howard Marks in my mail, they're the first thing I open and read." This is exactly how I feel today. My best few hours spent in my lifetime.

  4. – You make no money doing the things everybody wants to do / you make money by doing the things nobody wants to do that then turn out to have value.

  5. Listened to his speech in India over 20 times again and again, and il keep doing it with this one as well, because these are the fundamental truths of investing, incredibly valuable – Thank You.

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