A Review of The Little Book of Value Investing

The Little Book of Value Investing by Christopher H. Browne is part of the Little Books Big Profits series. Many investors tend to write these books off because of the silly titles. However, I’ve found that they are written by serious authors who have the wonderful ability to simplify complex topics. Some of the famous…

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Benjamin Graham’s Long Lost Formula for Valuing Growth Stocks

Benjamin Graham is best known as the author of Security Analysis and the Intelligent Investor, two seminal books in the pantheon of value investing texts. He’s also widely known as Warren Buffett’s first investment mentor. Almost anyone who has heard about Benjamin Graham knows that he is in many ways the “father of value investing”.…

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A Review of 100 Baggers: Stocks That Return 100-to-1 and How To Find Them

Chris Mayer the editor of Mayer’s 100x investment newsletter is the author of 100 Baggers. The purpose of the book is to help you identify stocks that return $100 for every $1 invested. To be clear, a 100-bagger equates to a 9,900% return on your capital. Logically, you may be asking over what time frame.…

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A Review of The Future for Investors

Jeremy Siegel’s The Future For Investors: Why the Tried and the True Triumph Over the Bold and the New, was a follow-up to his Stocks for the Long Run, which was originally published in 1994. Stocks for the Long Run is rightly considered the “holy bible” for buy-and-hold investors. In the book, Siegel analyzed historical…

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A Review of Valuation, 5th Edition

If I were teaching a course on value investing, Valuation: Measuring and Managing the Value of Companies, 5th Edition, would be the main textbook that I would use. The authors are all current or former consultants of McKinsey & Company, the renowned management consultancy. When the book was originally published more than 20 years ago it was…

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