[MOBI] ☆ Value Investors: Lessons from the World's Top Fund Managers | by ✓ Ronald Chan #2020


  • Title: Value Investors: Lessons from the World's Top Fund Managers
  • Author: Ronald Chan
  • ISBN: 9781283546096
  • Page: 495
  • Format: ebook

  • Value Investors: Lessons from the World's Top Fund Managers By Ronald Chan Investing legend Warren Buffett once said that success in investing doesn t correlate with I.Q once you re above the level of 125 Once you have ordinary intelligence, what you need is the temperament to control the urges that get other people into trouble in investing In an attempt to understand exactly what kind of temperament Buffett was talking about, Ronald W ChanInvesting legend Warren Buffett once said that success in investing doesn t correlate with I.Q once you re above the level of 125 Once you have ordinary intelligence, what you need is the temperament to control the urges that get other people into trouble in investing In an attempt to understand exactly what kind of temperament Buffett was talking about, Ronald W Chan interviewed 12 value investing legends from around the world, learning how their personal background, culture, and life experiences have shaped their investment mindset and strategy The Value Investors Lessons from the World s Top Fund Managers is the result.From 106 year old Irving Kahn, who worked closely with father of value investing Benjamin Graham and remains active today, and 95 year old Walter Schloss described by Warren Buffett as the super investor from Graham and Dodsville , to the co founders of Hong Kong based Value Partners, Cheah Cheng Hye and V Nee Yeh, and Francisco Garcia Parames of Spain s Bestinver Asset Management, Chan chose investment luminaries to help him understand the international appeal and success of value investing All of these men became strong advocates of the approach despite considerable age and cultural differences Chan finds out why.In The Value Investors, readers will also discover how these investors, each of whom has a unique value perspective, have consistently beaten the stock market over the years Do they share a trait that allows this to happen Is there a winning temperament that turns the ordinary investor into an extraordinary one This book answers these questions and .
    Ronald Chan
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    Value Investors: Lessons from the World's Top Fund Managers By Ronald Chan The Value Investors Lessons from the World s Sep , The Value Investors Lessons from the World s Top Fund Managers is the result From year old Irving Kahn, who worked closely with father of value investing Benjamin Graham and remains active today, and year old Walter Schloss described by Warren Buffett as the super investor from Graham and Dodsville , to the co founders The Value Investors Lessons from the World s Top Fund Jan , How culture, background, and experience shape the mindsets and strategies of the world s top value investorsIn The Value Investors Lessons from the World s Top Fund Managers Ronald W Chan explores how life experience, culture, and background have profoundly shaped some of the world s most successful investment gurus. Learn the Basics of Value Investing Jan , Buying and Selling Stocks Investing Lesson By Joshua Kennon Updated January , An investor should treat each of his or her stock purchases as if they were going to buy the entire company In most cases, you don t need to worry about the economy or Value Investors Lessons from the World s Top Fund Jan , Some are true value investors, others are pseudo investors but fund managers The book does provide an interesting breadth of investors from across the world The book isn t a gripper, but provides good insight into how value investors across the world and across generations look at value investing. The Value Investors Lessons from the World s Top Fund Ronald W Chan explores the strategies of highly successful investors from around the globe in The Value Investors Lessons from the World s Top Fund Managers.Chan is the founder of Chartwell Capital Limited, an investment management company based in Hong Kong. Value Investing Lessons from the World s Top Fund Managers Value Investing Lessons from the World s Top Fund Managers Everyone talks about some combination of owning part share in a quality business, buying good companies at good prices, finding moats, insisting on discounts margins of safety, and making contrarian bets buying stocks under duress.

    Commentaires:

    Jonathan
    Value investing has always been a passion as has the debate on the efficient market theory In getting this book I hoped for some new perspective and insights from some of the masters on why they believe they are successful The interesting thing about value investors in general is they seem to be straight forward and accessible but never seem to give away their secrets This, along with their longevity, is probably a testament to their business acumen In the end, the book broke little new ground a [...]

    Rohan Pinto
    Wish this was detailed, its bit superficial The varied investor profiles was a plus overall a good book for a novice to be investors.

    Gaurav Singh Kopite
    Nice little read some of them had real humble beginnings

    T.H
    Pretty much an interview book with fund managers Don t read this book for valuation methodologies.

    Jeff Kelleher
    This trifle of a book by a young Hong Kong fund manager consists of capsule biographies drawn from interviews with twelve value investors Value is not defined, but it is clear the author means what most would understand by the term bottom up fundamentalist appraisal, company by company.The book is scattered with arresting homilies, but they do not amount to, and are not intended to be, comprehensive investment advice Rather, the premise is that temperament is what distinguishes the fair to good [...]

    Tirath
    A good compilation of investors Some are worth reading about and some are not Some are true value investors, others are pseudo investors but fund managers The book does provide an interesting breadth of investors from across the world Good chapters are those on Tweedy Browne, Jean Marie Eveillard Value investors have to accept that they will definitely be short term underperformers, which causes psychological and financial suffering there is no immediate gratification with value investingValue [...]

    Loh
    The purpose of this book isn t meant to instruct us about the in s and out s of value investing Rather, Ronald Chan seeks to pool together 12 of the most successful value investors together in a brief and concise format for us to identify similar commonalities and traits which we ourselves can emulate and for this reason alone, Ronald Chan has exceeded my expectations, and hence, the 5 star rating I take the number of pages or lack thereof as an added bonus.

    Frank
    A collection of superficial snapshots of a dozen or so value investors Its only redeeming feature is that it includes many international value investors that would be less well known to a North American audience.The author allowed the investors to resort to cliches too frequently, and really didn t do a good job of extracting useful information from them Overall, it was just ok.

    Wee Lip
    Last chapter provides a good summary of the book Not a first book in value investing Nevertheless, there are useful insights and snippets.

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