Sound investment basics. Value investing concentrates on business tangibles and common sense. This guide explains these strategies in clear, jargon-free terms, and gives advice on: the importance of knowing the four major parts of a company's annual report and how to read them, how to listen for insights into the company plans and performance during the CEO's discussion with analysts, and major strategic investment policies that drive value investing and how to select the one right for your goals. - From an expert financial writer - Red-hot investment strategy in this troubled financial climate - Billionaire gurus like Warren Buffet advocate value investingEven if a company is only a service company, it likely has costs for the services provided. In this case ... You can see at a glance how much profit a company makes selling its products before deducting the expenses of operation. If therea#39;s no ... If profit is too low, a company can do one of two things: find a way to increase sales revenue or find a way to reduce the cost of the goods ita#39;s selling. To increaseanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Complete Idiot's Guide to Value Investing|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2009-01-06|