Category Archives: Books

How to become a better investor – Greg Speicher

I have followed Greg Speicher’s excellent blog for almost 2 years time. I highly recommend his blog to all investors. He blogs on investment process, other successful investors, posts a weekly links of interest among other topics. Greg recently published … Continue reading

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Book Summary – The Little Book of Value Investing by Chris Browne

I am presenting my summary of thebook “The Little Book of Value Investing” by Chris Browne. ChrisBrowne who passed away in 2009 was one of the great value investors over the past 30+ years.   Chapter 1 : : Buy … Continue reading

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Lessons from – “The five rules for successful stock investing” by Pat Dorsey.

Pat Dorsey is the Director of Stock Analysis at Morningstar. ·        Picking individual stocks requires hard work,discipline and an investment of time (and money) ·        You need patience, an understanding ofaccounting and competitive strategy and a healthy dose of skepticism ·        Buying … Continue reading

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Lessons from “The Little Book of Behavioral Investing” by James Montier

Behavioral finance recognizes that there are psychological reasons for all investor decisions. Most seasoned investors will tell you that finding good companies is only part of the investing discipline. The tougher aspects of investing are controlling your emotions ( greed, fear) … Continue reading

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Good investing books

Here are some excellent books on investing. I have compiled this list from various sources such as professional investors, other blogs and some that I have read myself. The Intelligent Investor: The Definitive Book on Value Investing. A Book of … Continue reading

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Magic formula for stock investing

Have you ever wondered if there was a magic formula that you could use to find winning stocks and invest in them and make handsome gains? Well, the good news is there is indeed such a formula. In the book … Continue reading

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