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Schultheis' 3 basic principles diversify, no free lunch, save for a rainy day is all there is to this book.

Basically, invest in index funds, no mutual funds because they tend to underperform index funds and they have expensive fees, and if you really want to experience the "thrill of investing" then do it with individual stocks instead of mutual funds.

The first editon of The Coffeehouse Investor was the coffeehouse investor inand he has lectured the coffeehouse investor led seminars about it… More about Bill Schultheis Product Details.

Book Review: The Coffeehouse Investor

The subtitle of this small book is the coffeehouse investor to build wealth, ignore Wall Street, and get on with your life. It narrows everything down to three fundamental principles: My asset allocation is a variation of the model portfolio in this book.


I checked out the book from the library last week for a the coffeehouse investor. Most of the people who disparage Coffeehouse remind me of a Garrison Keillor quote: You'll probably read this book in an evening.

It's that brief and clear.

Bill provides powerful stories and analogies demonstrating that not only is passive investing e. And he does so in a very simple and engaging style.

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