![STEEM BLOG 1.png](https://files.steempeak.com/file/steempeak/robertoueti/zTRqjpnm-STEEM20BLOG201.png) I'm a person who can not stop reading. Reading is so intrinsic in my daily life that I get bothered when I can not read at least one or two pages of a book, but it's not any kind of book, as most people like to read, that would be books of literature , who tell the story, as Lord of the Rings or Game of Thrones. I like to read books about something related to some area of knowledge, usually linked to economics, finance or politics. I love reading about methods and analysis of stocks, assets and everything else related to the financial system. I love to know why a change in a country's import taxes positively influences one country and negatively another, or to understand what the real world market problem is and how to protect myself for when it burst. Or, seek some dense reading to improve my concepts of sociology, philosophy or anthropology. The last book I had the pleasure to read was a writing by Kant, which made me open my eyes and understand better the concepts of several other authors, and better understand the world in which we live, knowing how to differentiate what is rationality and which the moment we should use our emotion. In a world that less and less people read, I look like a needle in a haystack, but this only encourages me to search for knowledge, since it is a treasure that no one can steal from me.