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I highly recommend this book for investors, but especially novices.
In Global Value, Faber extends the use of the cyclically adjusted PE as a basis for comparing global stock markets, ie. buying cheap and avoiding dear markets.
This short book reads well, concepts are clearly explained and well illustrated, this is an easy read for investors with a modicum of experience.
He has a good approach to evaluating the value of int'l. stocks with the use of the CAPE index. This ranks the different markets according to their relative values. Read morePublished 4 days ago by AndyS.
The book was short and to the point. No need to go through a bunch of useless statistics and worthless opinions. Makes it case and get you down the road.Published 9 days ago by paulie
Men gives a good over view of value, how to find it and how to benefit your portfolio from it. A good, short, and we'll thought out read.Published 13 days ago by Henry Macfarland
I love Mr. Faber's quantitative analysis, but have serious reservations about the longevity of "smart beta" with this approach. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Thomas Aquinas
Good book on the importance of diversifying a portfolio to include a larger than normally accepted percentage in global (outside the US) equities. Read morePublished 2 months ago by David
Great short book full of data, charts and insights on global investing and valuation. Recommended in adition to regular visits in meb fabers blog.Published 2 months ago by S.P
Good compilation of multiple talks and blog entries by author on subject of CAPE. Even if committing an entire portfolio to the strategy, as the author has, is not your cup of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by HistoryBuff