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VV Reads, Vol. 55: Is Value Investing Dead?, plus What has Worked in Investing

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Books

Good Stocks Cheap: Value Investing with Confidence for a Lifetime of Stock Market Outperformance
by Kenneth Jeffrey Marshall

Stock prices fluctuate unpredictably. But company values stay relatively steady. This insight is the basis of value investing, the capital management strategy that performs best over the long term. With Good Stocks Cheap, you can get started in value investing right now. Longtime outperforming value investor, professor, and international speaker Kenneth Jeffrey Marshall provides step-by-step guidance for creating your own value investing success story.

You’ll learn how to: Master any company with fundamental analysis; Distinguish between a company’s stock price from its worth; Measure your own investment performance honestly; Identify the right price at which to buy stock in a winning company; Hold quality stocks fearlessly during market swings; Secure the fortitude necessary to make the right choices and take the right actions.

Links

  • Snowstorms and In-State Rivalries: The History of the Warren Buffett Trip (Vanderbilt)
  • David Einhorn: Value investing may be dead and Amazon and Tesla killed it (CNBC)
  • Billionaire value investor Leon Cooperman sees 8 cheap stocks including Amazon and Wells Fargo (CNBC)
  • What Has Worked in Investing: Studies of Investment Approaches and Characteristics Associated with Exceptional Returns (PDF) (Tweedy Browne)
  • How Money Became the Measure of Everything: Two centuries ago, America pioneered a way of thinking that puts human well-being in economic terms (The Atlantic)
  • Evidence Based Investing in 10 Words or Less (Bps and Pieces)

Chart of the Week
Price Earnings relation to Investment Return and Market Cap - Vintage Value Investing

What are you reading this weekend? Drop a link in the comments section below or shoot me an email.