I ordered Ken’s new book The Only Three Questions That Count: Investing by Knowing What Others Don’t from Amazon last week, after reading the review from Kiplinger’s Personal Finance. The three questions are:
What do you think you know that you don’t know? What can you know that others can’t know? And, in a bow to the relatively new field of behavioral finance, what is your brain doing to trip you up?
I am at question 2 now. Interesting reading so far, though I would argue some of the thoughts are not new. As I read Phil Fisher, Peter Lynch and Warren Buffett’s. One take away is we should “Think outside of the box”. I think this is not limited to investing.