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Quantitative Value provides practical insights into an investment strategy that links the fundamental value investing philosophy of Warren Buffett with the quantitative value approach of Ed Thorp. It skillfully combines the best of Buffett and Ed Thorp--weaving their investment philosophies into a winning, market-beating investment strategy.
- First book to outline quantitative value strategies as they are practiced by actual market practitioners of the discipline
- Melds the probabilities and statistics used by quants such as Ed Thorp with the fundamental approaches to value investing as practiced by Warren Buffett and other leading value investors
- A companion Website contains supplementary material that allows you to learn in a hands-on fashion long after closing the book
The book shows how investors Warren Buffett, Carl Icahn, David Einhorn and Dan Loeb got started and how they do it. Carlisle combines engaging stories with research and data to show how you can do it too.
Written by an active value investor, The Acquirer’s Multiple provides an insider's view on deep value investing.
The Acquirer’s Multiple covers:
- How the billionaire contrarians invest
- How Warren Buffett got started
- The history of activist hedge funds
- How to Beat the Little Book That Beats the Market
- A simple way to value stocks: The Acquirer's Multiple
- The secret to beating the market
- How Carl Icahn got started
- How David Einhorn and Dan Loeb got started
- The 9 rules of deep value
The Acquirer’s Multiple: How the Billionaire Contrarians of Deep Value Beat the Market provides a simple summary of the way deep value investors find stocks that beat the market.
“Deep Value” comienza por hacer un análisis de las distintas teorías de inversión, desde Graham hasta Icahn, y combina una serie de anécdotas y experiencias entretenidas, con datos e investigaciones para ilustrar adecuadamente cuáles son las mejores estrategias.
Concentrated Investing: Strategies of the World's Greatest Concentrated Value Investors chronicles the virtually unknown—but wildly successful—value investors who have regularly and spectacularly blown away the results of even the world's top fund managers. Sharing the insights of these top value investors, expert authors Allen Benello, Michael van Biema, and Tobias Carlisle unveil the strategies that make concentrated value investing incredibly profitable, while at the same time showing how to mitigate risk over time. Highlighting the history and approaches of four top value investors, the authors tell the fascinating story of the investors who dare to tread where few others have, and the wildly-successful track records that have resulted.
Turning the notion of diversification on its head, concentrated value investors pick a small group of undervalued stocks and hold onto them through even the lean years. The approach has been championed by Warren Buffett, the best known value investor of our time, but a small group of lesser-known investors has also used this approach to achieve outstanding returns.
- Discover the success of Lou Simpson, a former GEICO investment manager and eventual successor to Warren Buffett at Berkshire Hathaway
- Read about Kristian Siem, described as "Norway's Warren Buffett," and the success he has had at Siem Industries
Concentrated Investing will quickly have you re-thinking the conventional wisdom related to diversification and learning from the top concentrated value investors the world has never heard of.
Doch es geht noch besser: Mit "Kaufe vernünftigen Unternehmen zu wundervollen Preisen" hätten Anleger mehr Geld verdient als Warren Buffett. Den Investment-Ansatz dahinter erklärt Tobias Carlisle in seinem Buch. Wie schwimme ich erfolgreich gegen den Strom der herrschenden Meinung? Wie finde ich die Unternehmen, die nicht aus guten Gründen billig sind, sondern unterbewertet? Carlisle gibt Antworten auf diese Fragen und legt damit das Fundament für eine erfolgreiche Anlegerkarriere seiner Leser.
Deep Value: Why Activist Investors and Other Contrarians Battle for Control of Losing Corporations is a must-read exploration of deep value investment strategy, describing the evolution of the theories of valuation and shareholder activism from Graham to Icahn and beyond. The book combines engaging anecdotes with industry research to illustrate the principles and methods of this complex strategy, and explains the reasoning behind seemingly incomprehensible activist maneuvers. Written by an active value investor, Deep Value provides an insider's perspective on shareholder activist strategies in a format accessible to both professional investors and laypeople.
The Deep Value investment philosophy as described by Graham initially identified targets by their discount to liquidation value. This approach was extremely effective, but those opportunities are few and far between in the modern market, forcing activists to adapt. Current activists assess value from a much broader palate, and exploit a much wider range of tools to achieve their goals. Deep Value enumerates and expands upon the resources and strategies available to value investors today, and describes how the economic climate is allowing value investing to re-emerge. Topics include:
- Target identification, and determining the most advantageous ends
- Strategies and tactics of effective activism
- Unseating management and fomenting change
- Eyeing conditions for the next M&A boom
Activist hedge funds have been quiet since the early 2000s, but economic conditions, shareholder sentiment, and available opportunities are creating a fertile environment for another golden age of activism. Deep Value: Why Activist Investors and Other Contrarians Battle for Control of Losing Corporations provides the in-depth information investors need to get up to speed before getting left behind.