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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. They should capitalize on it—and give a middle finger to those brokers wasting their time and money buying and selling, viewing investing as just buying stocks and not taking “Look at market fluctuations as your friend rather than your enemy; profit from folly rather than participate in it.
They should capitalize on it—and give a middle finger to those brokers wasting their time and money buying and selling, viewing investing as just buying stocks and not taking ownership of a company. In this book, Joe Ponzio gives an “f-you” to Wall Street and teaches you how to become a sharp value investor who uses economic downturns to your advantage.
By buying into companies you believe in—but that may be selling for less than their intrinsic value, like high-end retailers in a weak market and discount retailers in a strong one—you will profit from their long-term performance. It’s the perfect guide for anyone fed up with Wall Street’s bull. Paperbackpages. Published June 18th by Adams Media first published January 1st To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Lists with This Book. Sep 14, Peter Rzazewski rated it it was amazing. Helped me to finally start understanding how to value a company properly. Mar 28, John Barbour rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is a great book about value investing. He writes in pain English. If you ever wanted to know more about how people like Warren Buffet and Charlie Munger do it but have been intimidated by some of the books out there; then this one is for you.
He shows you how to read the Cash Flow Statement to make sure that there are owner earnings. Then he shows you how to value and evaluate companies and determine their net worth or intrinsic value. I’m in the heart of the book now which is the 2nd secti This is a great book about value investing. I’m in the heart of the book now which is the 2nd section.
I created a spread sheet with information I learned from this book. This is an example from Intel. Sep 29, Tom rated it liked it. The title of the book is catchy, but it doesn’t really fit in with the actual content. Ponzio gives a nice primer on value investing with good advice on how to value a business and not just the price of a stock.
He also gives the fundamentals of reading financial statements and calculating entry and exit points for value investing. However, it doesn’t really fly in the face of wall street or tell us anything new about value investing.
Most books on value just regurgitate the teachings of Buffet The title of the book is catchy, but it doesn’t really fit in with the actual content. Most books on value just regurgitate the teachings of Buffet and Graham, and this book is no exception. The author does kind of veer from pure value investing towards the end with advice for trying to squeeze value sstreet of mergers and acquisition spreads and using margin to increase returns.
While it is interesting, it seems high risk for the type safe-n-steady investor that the earlier parts of the book are aimed at. Jun 02, Vikas Kukreja rated it it was amazing. I have read few books on investments, covering various approaches of value investing and stuff.
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This one stands out with clear, concise and straight forward approach to investing based on owner earnings. Then again it’s simple language and clarity of thought keeps reader engaged and provides him loads of wisdom.
It’s surely a basic level kinda book on investing but for even seasoned investor there is lot to learn from Srreet have read few books on investments, covering various approaches of value investing and stuff.
It’s surely a basic level kinda book on investing but for even seasoned strret there is lot to learn from it. I wish I had read it earlier and avoided few costly investing mistakes.
I would strongly recommend this book to any budding investor for great insights and clarity of thoughts on value investing. Go Grab one for you!
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Jan 27, Chad Touchberry rated it really liked it. Great book for beginning to intermediate investors. Did a good job on how to value ponsio business, how much to buy, when to sell and how to keep track of your portfolio.
Book is broken into a few sections. I found little to no value in the first section.
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The section on understanding financial statements was helpful and the explanations on how to calculate free cash flow and owners earnings were very useful.
Nov 02, Andika Rachman rated it really liked it. A very readable investing book for beginner investors. Simple, but still provides very insightful tips and tricks, especially in evaluating securities fundamentally. This book can be the cornerstone for ‘newbies’ to stock up their knowledge and gain more confidence in starting their first investment. However, it might be too shallow for advance investors. Mar 13, Jeff rated it really liked it.
If you have any intention to invest money in the stock market this book is a must read. It cuts through all of the BS and hype and shows you how to realistically evaluate a company based on the facts. View all 4 comments. Nov 16, Sim rated it it was amazing Shelves: A very good book to get you understand on intelligent value investing. Aug 01, Rossl1 rated it it was amazing. I liked this book, I read it twice. Jul 20, Xi Xu rated it it was amazing.
Ppnzio 30, John Manfreda added it. If your a beginner I recommend it, anything beyond that I would venture to other books for knowledge. Aug 13, Feng rated it it was amazing. One of the best books I have read to explain the idea of ‘business owner’ mentality instead of ‘stock owner’ when choosing to buy stocks. Dennis Serra jos it it was amazing Aug 10, Ricardo rated it really srteet it Oct 15, Param rated it really liked it Aug 12, Pat Rogers rated it it was amazing Mar strest, Karthik rated it really liked it Aug 03, Mohit rated it it was amazing Dec 04, Ryan wall it it was amazing May 19, Alex Skryl rated it it was amazing Dec 15, Ty rated it really liked it May 13, Kamal Abdulla rated it really liked it May 30, Chris Lynch rated it it was amazing Jan 09, Vignesh Kudva rated it really liked it Jan 13, Sergeii Arceovich rated it liked it Feb 24, Beau Kramer rated it really liked it Jan 02, Nir Ronen rated it it was amazing Aug 13, David rated it it was ok Oct 19, J rated it really liked it Apr 05, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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