Warren Buffett Invests Like a Girl: And Why You Should, Too
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About the Author
Tom Gardner, along with his brother David, cofounded The Motley Fool, a multimedia financial education company, in 1993. They have coauthored five books and oversee the award-winning website Fool.com (with approximately five million unique visitors per month); a nationally syndicated newspaper column, carried by over two hundred papers; and fourteen premium investing services.
LouAnn Lofton has been with The Motley Fool since January 2000, first as a writer, then as the managing editor for online content. She lives in New Orleans, Louisiana.
"Through this refreshingly new approach to understanding Buffett, Lofton convincingly argues that both men and women can improve their stock returns by studying how women (and Buffett) have been more successful in investing."--Prem Jain, author of Buffett Beyond Value: Why Buffett Looks to Growth and Management When Investing
"Lofton lays out sound feminine and Motley Fool-worthy rules for investment that men would be wise to heed."--Kirkus Reviews
"Lofton (and the Fools) do an admirable job of parsing out the tried and true tenets of smart, sound investing and hitting on how you can improve your investment returns."--USA Today
"Lofton's BFF-style advice is fun to read and well-worth taking, whether your chromosomes are XX or XY."--Nell Minow, corporate governance expert
"A well-written, sound investment book....[A] fine, readable book which is of real practical help to investors."--Andrew Kilpatrick, author of Of Permanent Value: The Story of Warren Buffett
"The essential ingredients of Buffett's investing philosophy have been overlooked until now, argues author Louann Lofton in her new, must-read book. ...Go forth, buy the book, and love your inner Buffett."--DailyWorth.com
Thoroughly researched... [Lofton] has drawn up a blue-print for sensible stock picking that is relevant irrespective of whether you are male or female.--Daily Mail (London)
"Before reading Warren Buffett Invests Like a Girl, I thought that I had studied Warren Buffett from nearly every angle. LouAnn Lofton offers a new perspective on Buffett's investment success."--Lauren Templeton, co-author of Investing the Templeton Way: The Market-Beating Strategies of Value Investing's Legendary Bargain Hunter, and founder of Lauren Templeton Capital Management
"You'll have to read her book to see the criteria she used, but I'd say I probably plead guilty."--Warren Buffett
"Entertaining....The idea of using Mr. Buffett as the symbol for her investing approach is effective."--New York Times