The Winning Investment Habits of Warren Buffett & George Soros Learn the Mental Habits and Strategies that made Warren Buffett and George Soros the World's Richest Investors...
..and Transform Your Own Investment Profits
When God Speaks for Himself When God Speaks
for Himself...
He uses words you’ll never hear
in church or
Sunday School

The mental habis and strategies that Warren Buffett and George Soros both practice fly in the face of the conventional Wall Street "wisdom":

Buffett and Soros don't diversify. When they buy they always "buy as much as they can."

Both will tell you that making predictions about the market or economy has virtually nothing to do with their success.

They're not focused on the profits they expect to make. Indeed, they're not investing for the money at all.

They don't believe that to make big profits you must take big risks. Indeed, both are far more focused on not losing money than on making it.

Their beliefs about what makes markets tick are amazingly similar - and diametrically opposed to academic theories like the "Efficient Market Hypothesis" and the "Random Walk" which they both view with contempt.

And all those research reports that Wall Street churns out - they never read them. They don't give a hoot what other people think.

Investment success lies in your mental habits and strategies, says Mark Tier in this path-breaking book. In identifying the winning investment habits that led Warren Buffett and George Soros to phenomenal success, Mark Tier has uncovered for the first time the habits that ALL successful investors share.

What's more, every one of these winning habits is something you can easily learn yourself.

And it makes no difference whether you look for stock market bargains like Warren Buffett, trade currency futures like George Soros, invest in real estate, antiques or collectibles, use technical analysis, buy on dips or buy on breakouts, use a computerized trading system - or just want to salt money away safely for a rainy day. Adopt The Winning Investment Habits of Warren Buffett and George Soros and you too can make more money more easily than you ever thought possible.

To find out more, check out the book's contents, or read excerpts.


Have you read the Bible?

From cover to cover? From Genesis to Revelation?

It would seem that few of us have.

Not even devout Christians, or those you’d think would be required to read the whole Bible — like a nun who, when browsing through a copy of When God Speaks for Himself burst out, horrified:

“That’s not true! Those verses aren’t in the Bible!”

To prove it, she opened the Bible — only to discover that she was wrong.

How can this be?

It turns out that what most people “know” about God, Jesus and what the Bible says is the abridged, saccharine version of the “Word of God.”

No wonder, then, that most Christians are astonished to learn that, when “God speaks for himself,” he uses words you’ll never hear in church or Sunday School:

  • Gruesome, bloodthirsty massacres ordered by God — Bible passages that will make your stomach churn;
  • Bible passages that say the exact opposite of another Bible passage, sometimes in two consecutive verses!
  • Bible passages that contradict what you “know”: Jesus was born in Bethlehem — wasn’t he? (Page 35). And he gave his Sermon on the Mount on the mount, right? (Page 13). And of course David killed Goliath with a slingshot (didn’t he? — see page 40);
  • Obvious inconsistencies about the Virgin Birth, Original Sin, and other central tenets of Christianity — to which the churches’ only possible answer is: “have faith”;
  • Simple questions about such Bible favorites as the Creation, the Flood and Noah’s Ark that make Cinderella and The Three Little Pigs seem far more realistic.

Plus: extracts from official church documents, some kept hidden for centuries, including the actual words of the Inquisition’s reasoning and verdict on Galileo; a collection of pointed and often hilarious quotes and comments from skeptics and believers from all over the world...and much more.

In sum, in When God Speaks for Himself you’ll find the answers to dozens of questions you simply would not have been allowed to ask in church or Sunday School.


Straits Times, Singapore
No get-rich-quick scheme
“The world is full of get-rich-quick schemes, but this definitely isn’t one of them. Instead, Tier teaches readers to invest smartly by delving into the skills, philosophies and investment strategies of some of the world's richest self-made men — Warren Buffett (Berkshire Hathaway, Inc.), Carl Icahn (Ichan & Co.) and George Soros (Quantum Fund) among them.” — Publishers Weekly
“The Most Important Book on Investing since Charles MacKay’s Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds.”
Daniel Rosenthal, investor
and business owner, San Francisco, CA
Based on a stunningly simple idea...
“This book is based on a stunningly simple, but highly intelligent and effective idea: Analyze the methods of Buffett and Soros – probably the two most successful investors of our time – and see exactly why they're so successful. Everybody talks about these guys, but it's rare to find a good, thorough analysis of why they've done so well. Tier’s approach is especially valuable because Soros’s and Buffett’s methods are often so different – yet, as Tier shows, the keys to their success are amazingly similar. Great book – something I rarely say about this genre.” — Doug Casey, International Speculator.
Reads Like A Thriller!
Peter Chen, investor, Sydney, NSW
Out of the box
“Out of the box.... There are only three books on the recommended reading list for my business course — and this is one of them.” — Bay Butler, University of California, Davis.
Exciting investment book

“One of the most exciting investment books to come down the pike in a while.” Laissez Faire Book Review.

A pleasure to read.
Laurent Gounelle, Paris, France
A real page-turner.
— Hugh Butler, Salt Lake City, Utah
Great read...I recommend it
“Tier’s book is a great read, and I recommend it. It gets to the essential reasons for the investment successes of Soros and Buffett better than any other book I have read. More important, it can get you to thinking about how you can apply their lessons and reasons to your own investment approach, even if you have a modest amount of money.” — Chris Weber, The Weber Global Opportunities Report

Smorgasbord of investing wisdom
“If you have even a small taste for profit, you might consider filling your plate from Tier’s smorgasbord of investing wisdom and indulging until your mind — and wallet — are full.” — Angele McQuade, Better Investing magazine

An excellent book
“Tier has written an excellent book. His chapter on exit strategies alone (knowing when to sell even before you buy) is worth the price of the book.” — Dr. Mark Skousen, Forecasts & Strategies.

Give up the rat-race
“Most people can only dream of living off their investment returns, but Mark Tier has done just that... [He] has chronicled the mental habits that made Buffett and Soros the world’s richest investors — and allowed him to give up the rat-race.” — Jennifer Hill, The Scotsman

Same principles for real estate
“Your book on Buffett and Soros is really very very good. There is something to think about on every page. I invest in real estate, but as you indicate, the principles are the same. You provide a significant methodology for me to confidently progress. As well as being outstandingly insightful it provides several important strategies that anyone could develop.” — Vance Marcollo, Australia

Wonderful style...totally lucid
“I just finished reading your new book. What a beauty! You have a wonderful writing style, you are totally lucid, and you have mastered the art of not overloading the reader in any given chapter. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it, and I can’t imagine anyone putting it down once they open it.” — Dan Greenberg, Framingham, Massachusetts

Simply masterful”
Mark Tier’s mapping of investment genius is simply masterful — clean and true. What lifts his book even further above the rest, though, is his infectious delight in discovery and clarity of explanation as he hands you the attitudinal and behavioral keys to becoming the consummate investor.” — David Gordon, author, Expanding Your World: Modeling the Structure of Experience.

Packed with good, practical wisdom
“Every chapter is packed with good, practical wisdom. I have no intention of getting into the stock market, let alone currency trading, but the habits are still highly appropriate for my niche — property.” — Stephen Greig, New Zealand.

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