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Worthwhile for neophytes and experienced practitioners as the book offers simple, robust guidelines for investing with a margin of safety.Published 24 days ago by Andrew M Wynn
An easy read with simple examples. I would have preferred follow on examples that went after the approach with more details.Published 1 month ago by Matthew E
A fine book! As the title says, it's a no-nonsense approach to Value investing.
Anyone wanting to understand what Value investing is will benefit immensely from this... Read more
F Wall Street reveals the truth about Wall Street and their motivations. Their existence will help those who should do something as it is better than doing nothing but for those... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jeffery Draper
Very easy read, and good for beginners. Also valuable to seasoned investors. I'd give this to anybody just starting out.Published 8 months ago by tim pham
Great examples and practical advice on investing. The best takeaway was that the most successful investing is simple. Complexity complicates and distracts.Published 8 months ago by Steve Blight
Ive got a library of investment books of all the greats.
I would rank this one among them. This book is
about FCF analysis without alot of finance speak.
This is the first investment book you should ever read. It sums up much of the wisdom of Graham, Buffett and others in an easily digestible way.Published 13 months ago by Dan
I read this book after finishing the Graham and Dodd works of "The Intelligent Investor" and "Security Analysis". Read morePublished 13 months ago by Eric C