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"Quantitative Value is a must read for those with a love of value investing and a desire to make the investment process less ad-hoc. A must read."--Tony Tang, Ph.D., Global Macro Researcher and Portfolio Manager, AQR Capital Management
"Gray and Carlisle take you behind the curtains to build a black box based on the best value minds in finance. They combine academia's best ideas with the ideas of Buffet, Graham, and Thorp, to develop a quant system that performs in markets both good and bad."--Mebane Faber, Author of The Ivy Portfolio and Portfolio Manager for Cambria Investment Management
"This book is an excellent primer to quantitative investing. It combines insights from both academic luminaries and successful professional investors, and presents them in a clear, engaging manner. The authors rigorously back-test simple strategies that can be used by the individual as well as institutional investor."--Alex Edmans Ph.D., Finance Professor at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
"Quantitative Value is the new guide to Graham-and-Doddsville. Gray and Carlisle synthesize the lessons of the great value investors to systematically identify high quality value stocks while avoiding common behavioral pitfalls."--Tadas Viskanta, Founder and Editor, Abnormal Returns; Author of Abnormal Returns: Winning Strategies from the Frontlines of the Investment Blogosphere.
"We seek to marry Ed Thorp's quantitative approach to Warren Buffett's value investment philosophy." That's the approach we take in our Value Investing class at UC Davis and Quantitative Value will become required reading for our class. The book we wish we would have written!"--Lonnie J. Rush and Jacob L. Taylor, Managing Partners of Farnam Street Investments and Visiting Professors at UC Davis Graduate School of Management
I highly recommend this book to individual and professional investors.
As Greenblatt (or a firm associated with him) is managing money based on the Formula, investors in those funds might do well by reading this book.
The book breaths out the author's theoretical and practical experience and this writing style is very straightforward and comprehensive.
I found the book easy to read, informative and very clear in the concepts. For quantitative students, this book would probably give a nice overview of value investing as well as... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Ashish Goyal
For those in search of the "right" way to invest, in order to achieve long-term high risk adjusted returns - you have found it. Read morePublished 8 days ago by A. Sandoe
If you enjoyed Joel Greenblatt's Magic Formula books, you'll probably enjoy this book as well. Gray and Carlisle do a good job of laying out a structure for how to seek out stocks... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Tom Mullarkey
Read the book, it’s absolutely fantastic! I’ve been looking for a reference like this for a while, as I’m a novice value investor starting to put a few ideas into practice. Read morePublished 12 days ago by MARCELO L.
This book is an in-depth walkthrough of Wes Gray and Tobias Carlisle's Quantitative Value process. I enjoyed the book quite a bit, and it has definitely helped to increase both my... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Anne P. Stallings
Great book, does an excellent job with quantifying what is behind the success of the great value investors. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Nick Binder
I'm a hobbyist, and I enjoyed this book quite a bit - and have learned a ton from Wes Gray and others on the alpha architect blog. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Trish Milburn
I agree with other reviews that:
1. The book production is a travesty. The numerics in the font make 8 and 6 indistinguishable, for example.
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I'm continuing to follow Gray and associates doing fresh, rational research on-line. My first book by academics, and I like the
references. Read more