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"James' latest effort is a must read. It combines great academic and practitioner approaches written in a humorous and entertaining style. It has practical real world examples that don't require advanced mathematics to comprehend. I advise everyone to read and study this wonderful book. All of my students now have Value Investing: Tools and Techniques for Intelligent Investment to add to their required reading."
—Mark Cooper, Partner at Omega Advisors & Adjunct Professor at Columbia Business School
"A preponderance of evidence shows that successful long-term investing requires a strong value orientation and a proper temperament, virtues commonly blunted by behavioural and incentive-based biases. Montier, a leading light in value investing and behavioural finance, shows you what’s wrong with standard investment thinking and offers important insight into how to improve your process. Read Value Investing, live its lessons, and prosper."
—Michael J. Mauboussin, Chief Investment Strategist at Legg Mason Capital Management, and author of Think Twice: Harnessing the Power of Counterintuition
The investment theses of the book are very fun to read.
He provides a methodology and framework to finding short-sale candidates and empirical data on how well the methodology has worked over the years.
Several times I thought I might have misplaced my bookmark, but the problem was with the book, not with me.
Word of caution: this is a very heavy read. If you want something lighter, go for something by James Montier in the Little Book series. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Reading by Accident
A must read for anyone interested in the financial services industry. James Montier is a great teacher and writer. I highly recommend the bookPublished 17 months ago by David Collon
This book is a gem. Highly recommended to anyone preferring facts and common sense to get rich quick schemes (plenty of people who don't).Published 18 months ago by spectre
James Montier is a former sellside strategist, author of several books, currently working at GMO, a privately held investment management firm. Read morePublished on January 12, 2013 by investingbythebooks
James Montier is a disciple of the great value investors: Dodd, Graham, Grantham, Klarman, Templeton, Browne, Buffet, Munger, etc. Read morePublished on April 2, 2011 by F. Tyler B. Brown
A collection of various articles written by Montier that neatly describe his investment philosophy while also demonstrating why value is the "right" way to think about... Read morePublished on February 22, 2011 by MC