Author(s): Christopher H. Browne
There are many ways to make money in today's market, but the one strategy that has truly proven itself over the years is value investing. Now, with The Little Book of Value Investing, Christopher Browne shows you how to use this wealth-building strategy to successfully buy bargain stocks around the world.
"Fools would be well-served to place The Little Book of Value Investing on their holiday shopping lists". (Fool.com, December 12, 2006) "sharply written...gets you fired up about buying stocks" (USA Today, December 4, 2006) "elegant new treatise on the art of value investing..." (Financial Times (UK), October 30, 2006) "...easily digestible and shortish treatise for anyone who wants to try out this particular investment strategy". (The Wall Street Journal, October 10, 2006) "After 37 years of practicing what Graham preached, Browne has distilled the creed into a disarmingly chatty primer..." (Bloomberg) "one of the best guidebooks toward protecting and growing a retirement nest egg. This advice comes from a legend of value investing, and it's presented with enough clarity that anyone can follow it." (Forbes.com)
CHRISTOPHER H. BROWNE is a Managing Director of Tweedy, Browne Company LLC and is a member of the firm's management committee. He is also President of the Tweedy, Browne Funds, a mutual fund group. Browne is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania where he serves as a Charter (Life) Trustee. At Penn, he established the Browne Center for International Politics, and the Browne Distinguished Professorships in the School of Arts and Sciences. Mr. Browne served on the faculty advisory committee of Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government program in investment decisions andbehavioral finance. He is a trustee of Guild Hall, a regional arts and education center in East Hampton, New York, and of the Long Island Chapter of The Nature Conservancy. Mr. Browne is also a trustee of The Rockefeller University and a member of its executive and investment committees.
Foreword. Acknowledgments. Introduction. Chapter One: Buy Stocks like Steaks ... On Sale. Chapter Two: What's It Worth? Chapter Three: Belts and Suspenders for Stocks. Chapter Four: Buy Earnings on the Cheap. Chapter Five: Buy a Buck for 66 Cents. Chapter Six: Around the World with 80 Stocks. Chapter Seven: You Don't Need to Go Trekking with Dr. Livingston. Chapter Eight: Watch the Guys in the Know. Chapter Nine: Things That Go Bump in the Market. Chapter Ten: Seek and You Shall Find. Chapter Eleven: Sifting Out the Fool's Gold. Chapter Twelve: Give the Company a Physical. Chapter Thirteen: Physical Exam, Part II. Chapter Fourteen: Send Your Stocks to the Mayo Clinic. Chapter Fifteen: We Are Not in Kansas Anymore! (When in Rome). Chapter Sixteen: Trimming the Hedges. Chapter Seventeen: It's a Marathon, Not a Sprint. Chapter Eighteen: Buy and Hold? Really? Chapter Nineteen: When Only a Specialist Will Do. Chapter Twenty: You Can Lead a Horse to Water, But ... Chapter Twenty-One: Stick to Your Guns. Don't Take My Word for It. Bibliography.