One of the biggest issues I have with books of any sort is that, firstly, they should impart information and, secondly, they should relate in a language known to human beings.
Not enough do either and very seldom do I receive a new business book that I consider satisfies those twin aims so fruitfully.
Yet, Richard Hargeaves' 291 pages of text are informative, witty, knowledgable and thoroughly comprehendible.
With more than 40 years' worth of investing knowledge under his belt, in the unquoted sector, the author knows both peaks and pitfalls and he shares then willingly.
I would suggest that this book has relevance to readers on both sides of the funding arena. It is pricey, at £35, but being angelic has never been an inexpensive trait.
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