Beat the market with the tips and techniques from the best value investors in the world The classic, seminal work in the field, "Value Investing" has been updated in a new, second edition to include the latest trends and a close look at some of the emerging investors who continue in the value investing tradition of Ben Graham and Warren Buffett. ...
Beat the market with the tips and techniques from the best value investors in the world The classic, seminal work in the field, "Value Investing" has been updated in a new, second edition to include the latest trends and a close look at some of the emerging investors who continue in the value investing tradition of Ben Graham and Warren Buffett. Featuring an exploration of the history of value investing and those that brought this investment approach to the fore, you will also discover the real-world techniques you can use to propel your own portfolio using a sound, proven approach to discovering value. In the modern era, investors are increasingly caught up in so-called hot tips, can't-miss startups, excessive optimism, and short-term speculation. Value investing is the antithesis to these short-sighted approaches, and stresses what Ben Graham--the father of value investing--referred to as the 'margin of safety' when describing the gap between an equity's price and its value. Provides an overview of the techniques of value investing as practiced by some of the greatest value investors of all time Includes an exploration of the history of value investing, including an explanation of underlying principles and successful execution of value investing techniques Features updates in the new edition that include an analysis of the investment returns of value investing versus growth strategies Offers profiles of some of the emerging players in the field of value investing, including Andrew Weiss, Joel Greenblatt, Mason Hawkins, and Bill Nygren "Value Investing, Second Edition" is your guide to implementing value investing principles in your own portfolio, complete with a look at the approaches used by the best value investors past and present.
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There are a number of approaches to value investing. In many ways it all started with Graham, but the world has changed since then. Warren Buffett was a disciple of Graham's, yet his investing style turned out to be very different. This is a collection of essays by various authors that examines what 'value investing' is, what the issues are, and how various people (including Warren Buffett) have addressed its challenges.
The investment universe continually evolves. Buffett could not apply Graham's precepts slavishly because the opportunities no longer existed, but he adapted them to meet the needs of his time. The world has moved on since then and Buffett's opportunities (for the most part) no longer exist. The benefit of this compact analysis is that the reader is enabled to understand the underlying principles that gave success to Graham, Buffett and others. By understanding those principles, it may be possible for today's investor to emulate their success. You will have to be good, though!
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