As originally conceived by the legendary Benjamin Graham, traditional value investing involves purchasing relatively stable stocks and companies at a percentage below their intrinsic value. But this approach contains many hidden, U.S.-centric assumptions that simply donat work well in todayas high-growth emerging markets. In this book, leading global value investor Jeffrey Towson extends and modernizes value investing, helping you apply its core principles while you access tremendous opportunities available in todayas fastest-growing markets. Towson introduces the powerful Value Point system that grows out of his experience on the elite investing team selected by Prince Alwaleed, the qArabian Warren Buffett.q While retaining Grahamas relentless focus on price and quality, he shows how to integrate three crucial additional forms of value into your stock assessments: the value of political access in a government-infused investment world, the value of reputation in a world of colliding markets, actors and biases, and the value of capabilities in a multi-local world. Building on these techniques, Towson presents a complete investment playbook for the next five years. Next, he shows how to invest for the next twenty yearsasuccessfully navigating the titanic market collisions that will batter investors who arenat prepared for them.The Intelligent Investor, Benjamin Graham, Collins Business, 2003 (revised edition) Security Analysis, Benjamin Graham and David Dodd, McGraw-Hill, 2008 (6th edition) aThe Worlda#39;s Most Influential Arabs, a Arabian Business, 2007 a Theanbsp;...
|Title||:||What Would Ben Graham Do Now?|
|Publisher||:||FT Press - 2011-04-21|