Last week, I blogged about the value of a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) education to an investor and concluded that while it is useful in providing a basic grounding on the various investment concepts and methods, it does not guide an investor on what he should look out for in investing. See The Value of a CFA Education for more info. Does it mean that investors should not pursue an education in investing? On the contrary, education is important to achieving success in investing.I have been exposed to the stock market for 28 years and been investing with my own money for the last 16 years. Prior to 2001, my investments were going nowhere, with as many misses as hits. It was not until when I picked up my first investment book titled “Buffettology” did my investments began to show some progress. You may wish to read Investing Is A …