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The Triumph of Value Investing: Smart Money Tactics for the Postrecession Era

2.8 of 5 stars 2.80  ·  rating details  ·  20 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Timely advice from value-investing giants such as Warren Buffett, William O'Neil, Charles Brandes, and David Iben.

After the financial chaos and panic of the last few years, investors are looking to rebuild confidence and learn from the mistakes that led to the crash. In The Triumph of Value Investing, Janet Lowe urges readers to return to the basic principles of value in
Hardcover, 240 pages
Published December 30th 2010 by Portfolio Hardcover
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Not one of Lowe's best books. It is a bit of a mess.

While it promises to show the "triumph of value investing" it shows alot more than that giving it a messy feel and mystery why this is a book pertaining to value investing. To be sure Lowe does mention techniques and philosophies employed in value investing but never really takes a stand. An example is her many references to John Bogle and his index fund. Indexing is diametrically opposite value investing, both in philosophical framework as wel
Zach Gray
A good intro to value investing, an approach to investing that Warren Buffett uses. I listened to the book, so it was hard to follow the various formulas for valuing companies, but I don't plan on doing any investing outside of indexes anytime soon.
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Baby steps for value investing
Terry Koressel
Having read at least a dozen books on value investing, I may have a bias that is unfair to the author. By now, a book about value investing will have to be "off the charts" good to get 4 stars from me. Ms. Lowe actually did a good job and I read the entire book intently. However, I've read it all before...there was no unique insight or learning. Still, it was a book I read from cover to worth the time invested to me.
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Janet Celesta Lowe is an American author, university lecturer and business writer.

Janet Lowe's career as a writer has included everything from freelance feature writer to technical writer, poet, reporter, editor, media spokesperson and author of many books.
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