The Value Investors : Lessons from the World's Top Fund Managers /

Investing legend Warren Buffett once said that "success in investing doesn't correlate with I.Q. once you're above the level of 125. Once you have ordinary intelligence, what you need is the temperament to control the urges that get other people into trouble in investing." In an...

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Main Author: Chan, Ronald W.
Format: eBook
Published: Singapore : John Wiley & Sons, 2012.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • The Value Investors: Lessons from the World's Top Fund Managers; Contents; Foreword; Preface; Chapter 1: Free to Choose in Value Land; Living through the Great Depression; The Meaning of Survival; Net-Nets; Setting the Right Pace; Know Thyself; Chapter 2: Once Upon a Time on Wall Street; Becoming Graham's Disciple; Preaching Value; A Centenarian Diet; Chapter 3: The Making of a Contrarian; A Modified Graham Approach; The Case for Obscure Securities; Market Reflection; Chapter 4: On the Shoulders of Value Giants; A Valuable Detour; Statistics and Beyond; Setting a Global Standard.
  • The Social Science of InvestingThe Market Ahead; Chapter 5: A Journey to the Center of Value; Valley of Tears; The Inefficient Market; The Meaning of Value; The Courage to Say No; Seeking Protection; Chapter 6: The Self-Taught Value Spaniard; On a Solo Value Hunt; Investing Made Simple; Austrian Economics and the Market; A Global Rebalancing; Chapter 7: The Income-Conscious Englishman; A Victorian Mindset; Finding the Right Investment Culture; Trusting Only Tangible Income; The Courage to Keep Going; Chapter 8: The Frequent Value Traveler; Reading between the Minds; Thinking Big and Small.
  • Trouble is OpportunityFeeling the Market; Chapter 9: The Value-Oriented Businessman; Learning the Numbers; The Art of Contrary Thinking; Targeting Good Businesses in Asia; The Relativity of Valuation; A Value Lifestyle; Chapter 10: Value Investing in the Lost Decade; A Musical Beginning; Breaking the Language Barrier; Learning from the West; The Evolution of SPARX; Building a Westernized Asia; Searching for Value; Chapter 11: Eternal Sunshine of the Value Mind; A Multidisciplinary Path; Seeking a Comfortable Price; Finding a Value Partner; Spotting Value Minds; Becoming a Man of Value.
  • Chapter 12: The Accidental Value InvestorStarting an Investment Hobby Shop; Building a Value Temple; An Industrialized Process; A Value March Forward; Chapter 13: The Making of a Value Investor; A Humble Portfolio Construction; The Art of Valuation; Reading for Ideas; More than Just the Fundamentals; Timing for an Exit; Having the Right Temperament; Acknowledgments; About the Author; Index.