Category archives for: Reviews

Book Review: The Education of a Value Investor

The Education of a Value Investor chronicles Guy Spier’s evolution from a self described “Gordon Gekko wannabe” to a highly accomplished fund manager who has found success through a constant effort of attaining worldly wisdom and seeking to understand his own personality more fully. Read the article for a review of the book.

Book Review: A Manual on Common Stock Investing

John Rotonti presents beginning investors with an easily understandable guide to value investing in A Manual on Common Stock Investing. Read this review of the book for further details.

Book Review: Fizz — How Soda Shook Up the World

In Fizz: How Soda Shook Up the World, Tristan Donovan provides a compelling account of the soda industry from its very early days to recent controversies regarding health concerns. Following a brief survey of the historical origins and human use of naturally occurring mineral waters, the book quickly shifts toward an account of the industry as it took shape in the late nineteenth century. Read this article for a review of the book.

Book Review: Short Stories from the Stock Market

Amit Kumar, founder of Artham Capital Partners, recently published Short Stories from the Stock Market, which serves as a guide for value investors who are interested in broadening their horizons beyond a long-only strategy. Read this article for a review of the book.

Book Review: The Value Investors by Ronald Chan

Ronald W. Chan’s latest book, The Value Investors: Lessons from the World’s Top Fund Managers, is an excellent compilation of interviews with twelve highly successful value investors from very different backgrounds. Read this article for a brief review of the book.

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