Via Simoleon Sense:
I haven’t reviewed a book in a while but this book deserves a mention (make that two). I’m talking about, “There’s Always Something To Do - The Peter Cundill Investment Approach”. I received the book last week and finished it in record time. Why? Well because it chronicles the life of the Canadian Warren Buffet, Peter Cundill. Cundill died recently and this book pieces his life as a value investor from a collection of personal diaries. Cundill kept a diary of over 200 tomes – so unlike other books this one provides an uncensored view on value investing, managing a mutual fund, and on investment luminaries (i.e. on Soros, Templeton, Kahn Brothers, etc).