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By J Lukas Neely
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"Finally! Lukas Neely lays out the path to mastery of value investing in an incredibly understandable, easy-to-read and enjoyable way. This book will benefit dyed-in-the-wool value investors and newcomers alike. Highly recommended!" - John Mihaljevic, The Manual of Ideas 50% of book proceeds go to the Non-Profit Family Resource Center in Lukas' home town (US Virgin Islands). Lukas Neely is a former Hedge Fund Portfolio Manager. He gave up his "cush" job to help individuals invest better. Plain and simple! You know how frustrating investing can be when you are trying to find great investment ideas and opportunities? He helps solve this. Based on real world experience managing millions of dollars, extensive research, and one-on-one interviews with some of the top performing investing experts and minds in the world—from Mitch Kovitz, Vitaliy Katsenelson, Jon Shapiro, and many more—Lukas Neely has created a simple 5-step multidisciplinary blueprint that anyone can use to create investing success through value investing. Neely has a great way of using real world examples, case studies, and stories to illustrate even the most complex investing concepts—making them simple and actionable. With expert advice on our most important value investing concepts and ideas, Neely is an advocate for the reader, dispelling the myths that often rob people of their success as investors. It's an investing checklist on steroids. Lukas Neely walks readers of every income level through the steps to becoming a successful investor by creating a lifetime investing plan: The 5M Mental Model on investing. This book delivers invaluable information and essential practices for getting your portfolio and investing situation in order. A Value Investor's Journey Through The Un known is the book millions of people have been waiting for. It's sure to be a best seller for years to come. Enjoy! :)
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By Petko Bahovski
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Petko Bahovski, who has previously worked for Coutts and Credit Suisse, managing teams of private bankers, and for JP Morgan as Executive Director, teaches you how to select funds based on the reliability of the business model and investment processes used by asset managers, as well as the quality and substance of their operations. You'll learn how to assess management companies and fund structures, what pertinent questions to ask regarding the fund’s service providers, and also how to perform thorough compliance and background checks on fund managers. An Introduction to Investment Funds empowers you with an increased awareness of the funds available, along with an understanding of their pitfalls and strengths, thereby enabling you to make better-informed investment decisions. Professional asset management is one of the largest and most profitable businesses in the world. The value of professionally managed assets at the end of 2014 was estimated to be US$74 trillion. The variety of products and funds to choose from is enormous. The purpose of this book is to provide a concise summary of the different types of investment funds that are being offered.     Investment funds may be termed differently in different countries around the world. For example they are also known as investment trusts in the UK, mutual funds in the US, FCP in Luxembourg, SICAF in Luxembourg and Switzerland, SICAV in France, Italy, Luxembourg and Switzerland and unit trusts in Ireland and the UK. For consistency the term “investment funds” is used.    
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By Meb Faber
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2,38000 1,85164
The Best Investment Writing is back for a second year, with 41 hand-selected articles. These are the best recent pieces of investment writing from some of the most respected money managers and investment researchers in the world. You'll get valuable insights into: -- Why $1 trillion will flow into Chinese stock markets -- How share buybacks are good for dividend yields and per share growth -- The truth about cryptocurrencies -- Why it's a myth that bonds lose value if rates rise -- The four pillars of retirement income -- And so much more! We likened The Best Investment Writing - Volume 1 to a masters course in investing. The second your of the program begins now, with The Best Investment Writing - Volume 2. See how it can help you become a better investor today. With contributions from: Stan Altshuller, Rob Arnott, Cliff Asness, Noah Beck, Charlie Bilello, Chris Brightman, Adam Butler, Anna Chetoukhina, Jonathan Clements, Andreas Clenow, Tavi Costa, Aswath Damodaran, Elroy Dimson, Leigh Drogen, Ed Easterling, Meb Faber, Rick Friedman, Steven Germani, Rodrigo Gordillo, Charles Grant, Wes Gray, Rusty Guinn, Corey Hoffstein, Morgan Housel, Ben Hunt, Nils Jenson, Vitali Kalesnik, Norbert Keimling, Russel Kinnel, Michael Kitces, Samuel Lee, Feifei Li, Adam Ludwin, Tom McClellan, Paul Marsh,John Mauldin, Chris Meredith, Peter Mladina, Jim O'Shaughnessy, Michael Philbrick, Dan Rasmussen, Barry Ritholtz, Cullen Roche, Jeremy Schwartz, Jon Seed, Joseph Shim, Steve Sjuggerud, Kevin Smith, Ehren Stanhope, Porter Stansberry, Mike Staunton, Larry Swedroe, Todd Tresidder
AuthorMeb Faber BindingHardcover
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By Alpesh B. Patel
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Many investors obtain financial information from television and newspapers, but this does not enable them to understand the secrets of achieving financial success. This book is an insider's view covering subjects such as asset allocation, diversification, market neutral trading and risk management. It reveals why some financial products and strategies are better than others and gives a rich and deep understanding of great investing. ALPESH B. PATEL is an international bestselling author of several books and a professional investor. He is a Financial Times Columnist and Bloomberg Television's Award Winning Internet and Online trading Specialist and co-presenter of '@Bloomberg' and 'Bloomberg Money'. He is also Visiting Fellow in Business at Corpus Christi College, Oxford University, UK. He was Favourite Financial Personality (Runner Up) at the UK Private Investor Awards 2005.
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By Michael Sivy
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The past ten years have been good to investors. The combination of safe bluechip stocks and more volatile growth stocks has doubled the money of well-positioned investors in five years or less. Yet some experts say that the stock boom is nearly over, that the fabulous profits of the 1980s were a fluke caused by a one-time decline in inflation and interest rates. Michael Sivy couldn't disagree more: He sees another stock market boom ahead and tells you how small investors can do as well as the pros in the coming decade. In clear, simple language, Money magazine's chief investment strategist reveals how an expanding world economy creates exceptional conditions - and extraordinary opportunities. Which fields will prosper? Which will fail? Which new products and services are likely to turn the economy upside down? With his analysis of the facts and his street-smart rules of investing, Michael Sivy will show you how to use the trends to your advantage and select the best stocks for you.
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By Davis Jan
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Introduction to Online Investment Research outlines a proven methodology for efficiently researching personal investment choices using the vast array of resources available online. Focusing on the most common investment questions, this book provides you with the research tools and techniques necessary to help you make effective portfolio management decisions on a wide variety of income and equity products. Like all the titles in the Business Research Series, this book is conveniently divided into four sections containing a number of business research applications that can be used for both in-house research training and reference. Internet research can be quick, easy, and abundant - but also challenging. Research sites sometimes come and go, and sources can be questionable. The Business Research Solutions Series provides comprehensive business and financial research reference guides and online training manuals to bridge a major gap in the field of online research methodology. This resourceful and innovative multi-volume series of reference guides teaches readers how to approach a research problem, how to select the best online sources, and how to effectively use these sources. It also suggests alternate low-cost solutions for many standard questions and problems. A must-have for professionals involved in company research, these invaluable tools provide step-by-step advice on how to analyze, interpret, and present data for informed decision-making.
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By Davidson Andrew
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The Years' Purchase (Present Value of £1 per annum) tables, based on the assumption that income is received quarterly in advance, have been extended and given more prominence. However, the traditional approach to Years' Purchase where income is deemed to be received annually in arrear has been retained. In this way a wide coverage is achieved, as both sets of tables are available in one volume. In addition, tables for the conversion of nominal yields to effective yields, and vice versa, have now been included. In practice today, calculations are required for a variety of purposes which often justify more than one approach. With this in mind, Internal Rates of Return tables have been retained in a modified form. Using these tables, both growth and non-growth scenarios can be analysed for a more detailed appraisal of specific freehold property investments and to provide a basis for more in-depth investment advice.
AuthorDavidson Andrew BindingHardcover
9780131721296
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By Gerald Appel
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“A guide that will turn readers into smart and savvy investors. Appel, author of several successful books on investing and editor of the leading technical analysis publication Systems and Forecasts , offers readers even more hot investment tips in his latest offering. Here, he shows readers how to read and recognize the economic climate, and demonstrates how to invest accordingly. After teaching how to understand the character of the market, Appel offers tried-and-true strategies that will help you make high-return, low-risk investments using mutual funds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and real investment trusts. He also provides solid advice on how to invest in foreign markets, taking advantage of often overlooked investment opportunities abroad. Investments in real estate, precious metals and other commodities also receive coverage, and Appel offers useful web resources for further research. The author has more than 40 years of experience, and his love of teaching the trade is conveyed through his enthusiasm and thorough explanations. Both amateurs and experienced investors who are looking for a competitive edge will appreciate this information-packed guide to making wise investments in any economic climate
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By Robert G.Hagstrom
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Robert G. Hagstrom is chief investment strategist at Legg Mason Investment Counsel and the author of the New York Times best-selling The Warren Buffet Way. He is also the author of The Warren Buffett Portfolio: Mastering the Power of the Focus Investment Strategy; The Essential Warren Buffett: Timeless Principles for the New Economy; NASCAR Way: The Business That Drives the Sport, and The Detective and the Investor: Uncovering Investment Techniques from the Legendary Sleuths.
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By Brian Nichols
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“The world is an uncertain place. This uncertainty impacts the financial markets as much, if not more, than any other space. But don’t be afraid! Brian Nichols provides a personal, experience-based, and highly accessible framework for taking your investment portfolio into your own hands. There’s nothing pretentious or complicated about Brian’s approach. It’s straightforward common sense on how to invest in the stock market.”ROCCO PENDOLA, Director of Social Media at TheStreet.com and cofounder of the Options Investing Newsletter “For investors who want discipline, or who want to escape the addiction of day trading, this book is for you.” GARY ANDERSON, author of Will Rogers and “Business Insider” Contributor “I am pleased and honored to publish Brian Nichols’ articles on Market Playground and interview him on my radio program. With his new book, Brian brings his vast array of investing knowledge to the masses!” DEMIAN RUSSIAN, Editor-in-Chief, Market Playground There’s more to investing than “Buy low, sell high.” DISCOVER THE ALPHA SECRET TO VALUE INVESTING Every financial quarter, more than 1.5 mil¬lion investors turn to Brian Nichols’ acclaimed “Seeking Alpha” columns for his insider tips on value investing. No matter what’s going on in the market, he’s got an uncanny knack for spotting the hottest stocks, the latest trends, and the greatest opportunities. Now―due to popular demand―he’s distilled his best-kept secrets into one comprehensive, easy-to-use guide for “seeking alpha” and maximizing profits in any market. You’ll learn how to: Take charge of your financial future Understand how hedge funds really work Determine if a company is a good investment Make smarter decisions based on value Use psychology to outthink the market Avoid the pitfalls of emotional investors Build a killer portfolio for long-term success Filled with step-by-step strategies for choosing stocks, how-to tips for maximizing investments, and first-hand stories of high risks and higher rewards, this is a must-have guide for any investor who appreciates the value of “value.” You’ll learn what the industry insiders really think about the recession, stock bubbles, balance sheets, cash flow, stock metrics, and other fundamentals of investing. You’ll discover the surprising effects of human psychology on the rise and fall of the market―and learn how to keep your head and your money intact during times of extreme behavioral selling. You’ll see how companies like Netflix and Apple weathered the storms of our ever-changing economy―and what it ultimately means for shareholders. Most important, you’ll discover the most valuable lessons an investor can learn from taking a loss―without losing anything yourself.
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By Nancy Dunnan
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The bestselling small investment advisor for more than 15 years! Revised and updated to cover the full range of personal investing -- from selecting a bank to choosing specific investments to making sense of financial pages-the eighth edition of How to Invest $50 -- $5,000 shares Nancy Dunnan's years of financial expertise. Written in an easy-to-follow format with hints, bullet points, and step-by-step instructions, this book will guide even the most inexperienced investor through the maze of stocks, bonds, treasuries, mutual fund -- sand more -- toward the best low-risk, high-value opportunities today. How to Invest $50 -- $5,000 also includes: a personal financial calendar how to recognize a swindle or scam what to do if you are fired ten sources of instant cash the top 25 online financial websites new stock, bond, and mutual fund recommendations and new chapters on index funds and sophisticated investments for people with more than $5,000 to invest. Nancy Dunnan is one of the nation’s most respected financial advisors. In addition to her regular appearances on CNN, CNBC, Bloomberg Radio, and Business News Network, Dunnan writes regular columns for Bottom Line Tomorrow, Family PC Magazine, TheOnlineInvestor.com, and BuyandHold.com. Dunnan is the author of numerous books on finance, including Never Call Your Broker on Monday, Never Balance Your Checkbook on Tuesday, and The Dun and Bradstreet Guide to Your Investments.
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One of the most reliable stock market predictors is Dow's Theory, developed by Charles H. Dow, the founder of The Wall Street Journal. That theory, which makes sense of the fluctuations of the Dow-Jones Industrial Average, is clearly and simply explained in The Stock Market Barometer by W.P. Hamilton. As Hamilton wrote, "The Dow-Jones average is still standard, although it has been extensively imitated. There have been various ways of reading it; but nothing has stood the test which has been applied to Dow's theory." Besides providing this valuable explanation for anyone wishing to understand the rise and fall of stocks, Hamilton analyzes the history of the stock market since 1897. WILLIAM PETER HAMILTON was an editor of The Wall Street Journal and also wrote for Barron's. He worked closely with Charles H. Dow, founder of the Journal, the Dow Jones Industrial Average, and the Dow Jones financial news service.
AuthorW P Hamilton BindingPaperback
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