The best investing minds of all-time have reached the same conclusion: To create long-term wealth, you need to be a long-term investor.
It’s the long term investment that works best.—Charlie Munger
To be a long-term investor, you need to be a long-term thinker. And no one illustrates the power of long-term thinking better than Jeff Bezos.
This episode explores Bezos’ long-term thinking skills and how Bezos has used long-term thinking to fuel his success.
This will (likely) be the first of a series of episodes/content related to long-term thinking.
Here are some of the topics discussed in Episode #15:
The news that Jeff Bezos is going to space
The Regret Minimization Framework
Amazon.com’s Letters to Shareholders (1997) (2009)
Seth Klarman, Li Lu, Phil Fisher Charlie Munger & Warren Buffett
I hope you enjoy this episode!
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