I hate to say this but most investment books suck (minus Tradestreaming, of course :-))
But seriously, books that try to teach something valuable about investing frequently miss their
marks not because they’re poorly written (some are) or lack good research (some do). There’s a problem in trying to distill the process down to a how-to approach, to a magic formula.
Investing is a unfurling learning process and one that can be personalized to the investor. It’s hard to create a one-size-fits-all, get-rich-trying investment strategy that distills down so easily to a 250-page book.