Value Investing in Asia

Ltd. "Stanley Lim and Mun Hong have skillfully woven three things together in this book for the Asian investor: the key principles of value investing, where to identify the investment opportunities and the mine fields to side step in Asia.

Value Investing in Asia

"This book offers a uniquely targeted guide to investors seeking new opportunities in Asian markets. Most value investing advice is geared toward US markets, leaving out the key guidance that pertains specifically to investing in publicly listed Asian companies -- guidance that is critical for success. This book focuses on the opportunities and challenges of Asian markets, including current and historical case studies that illustrate various successes, risks and pitfalls. Step-by-step guidance helps you unearth great opportunities in Asia; from understanding the macroeconomic situation, to narrowing down on specific investment opportunities. Invaluable for both new and experienced investors, this practical reference shows you how to apply value investing principles specifically to Asian stocks"--

Successful Value Investing in Asia

Measor holds no illusions in facing the pitfalls of the market, and his investment principles prove to be sound through the ups and downs of the market roller-coaster."--Jacket.

Successful Value Investing in Asia

Measor holds no illusions in facing the pitfalls of the market, and his investment principles prove to be sound through the ups and downs of the market roller-coaster."--Jacket.

Successful Value Investing in Asia

In this fascinating book, Measor uses his personal insights and in-depth knowledge to show readers how to navigate the risky waters of investing in the Asian stock market, through ten timeless principles of investing — from the need of ...

Successful Value Investing in Asia


Value Investing in Growth Companies

How to apply the value investing model to today's high-growth Asian companies This revised edition of Value Investing in Growth Companies serves as a step-by-step guide that lets investors combine the value investing and growth investing ...

Value Investing in Growth Companies

How to apply the value investing model to today's high-growth Asian companies This revised edition of Value Investing in Growth Companies serves as a step-by-step guide that lets investors combine the value investing and growth investing models to find excellent investment opportunities in emerging Asian companies. Though these two investing styles are very different, the authors' proprietary "jigsaw puzzle" model integrates them into a holistic investing approach that will help readers enjoy the kind of extraordinary results that investors like Warren Buffett or Peter Lynch built their fortunes on. This model focuses on four vital criteria that, when combined, pinpoint excellent companies in which to invest. Those criteria are: simple business models, quality management, healthy financial numbers, and accurate valuation. This book shows investors how to find growth companies in Asia that combine these four criteria for nearly surefire profits. Offers a sensible and stress-free investing strategy that is ideal for anyone looking for investment opportunities in fast-growing Asian countries This revised edition includes new case studies focused specifically on Asian companies and their unique characteristics Perfect for investors who want to focus on high-growth, small-cap companies that offer excellent potential returns

The Value Investors

This book: Covers multiple generations, geographies, and value investing styles Presents updated profiles of notable value investors such as Walter Schloss, Irving Kahn and Thomas Kahn, Jean-Marie Eveillard, Mark Mobius, and Teng Ngiek Lian ...

The Value Investors

The latest edition of the popular collection of in-depth portraits of extraordinary value investors, featuring new profiles and updates The second edition of The Value Investors presents a collection of investing legend profiles from around the world. Chapters explore the investors’ backgrounds, cultures, and personal stories, and reveal how life experiences have shaped their investment strategies and mindsets. This fascinating book shows you that value investing is a dynamic, constantly-changing strategy which, when properly implemented, can provide significant, sustainable benefits. Although the investors profiled come from a diverse range of geographic regions and socio-economic, cultural, and educational backgrounds, they share similar personality traits, temperaments, and investment philosophes. Thoroughly revised and expanded, the book provides relevant updates on the professional and personal experiences of the investors since the first edition's publication. Complementing the original profiles are several new chapters featuring established value investors including Howard Marks, as well as rising personalities and fund managers such as Álvaro Guzmán de Lázaro and Fernando Bernad Marrase. Author Ronald Chan, founder of Hong Kong-based investment management Chartwell Capital Limited, highlights how and why the value investors have consistently beaten the stock market through the years. This book: Covers multiple generations, geographies, and value investing styles Presents updated profiles of notable value investors such as Walter Schloss, Irving Kahn and Thomas Kahn, Jean-Marie Eveillard, Mark Mobius, and Teng Ngiek Lian Profiles international fund and asset managers from the North America, Europe and Asia Includes a chapter on the making of a successful value investor The Value Investors: Lessons from the World's Top Fund Managers, 2nd Edition is a must-read for investors looking to diversify their portfolios across different asset classes or geographic areas, finance professionals and students, and general readers with interest in value investing.

Value Investing in Growth Companies

How to apply the value investing model to today's high-growth Asian companies This revised edition of Value Investing in Growth Companies serves as a step-by-step guide that lets investors combine the value investing and growth investing ...

Value Investing in Growth Companies

How to apply the value investing model to today's high-growth Asian companies This revised edition of Value Investing in Growth Companies serves as a step-by-step guide that lets investors combine the value investing and growth investing models to find excellent investment opportunities in emerging Asian companies. Though these two investing styles are very different, the authors' proprietary "jigsaw puzzle" model integrates them into a holistic investing approach that will help readers enjoy the kind of extraordinary results that investors like Warren Buffett or Peter Lynch built their fortunes on. This model focuses on four vital criteria that, when combined, pinpoint excellent companies in which to invest. Those criteria are: simple business models, quality management, healthy financial numbers, and accurate valuation. This book shows investors how to find growth companies in Asia that combine these four criteria for nearly surefire profits. Offers a sensible and stress-free investing strategy that is ideal for anyone looking for investment opportunities in fast-growing Asian countries This revised edition includes new case studies focused specifically on Asian companies and their unique characteristics Perfect for investors who want to focus on high-growth, small-cap companies that offer excellent potential returns

Value Investing in Asia

The Definitive Guide to Investing in Asia Peir Shenq (Stanley) Lim, Mun Hong Cheong ... We have shared the wisdom of some of the greatest value investors in Asia with you. We have explored the three key methods of finding value in the ...

Value Investing in Asia

A practical, step-by-step guide to value investing in Asian stocks Value Investing in Asia offers a uniquely targeted guide to investors seeking new opportunities in Asian markets. Most value investing advice is geared toward US markets, leaving out the key guidance that pertains specifically to investing in publicly listed Asian companies — guidance that is critical for success. This book focuses on the opportunities and challenges of Asian markets, including current and historical case studies that illustrate various successes, risks and pitfalls. Step-by-step guidance helps you unearth great opportunities in Asia; from understanding the macroeconomic situation, to narrowing down on specific investment opportunities. Invaluable for both new and experienced investors, this practical reference shows you how to apply value investing principles specifically to Asian stocks. Investing in Asia comes with an inherent set of unique challenges that must be understood before any decisions are made; some of these challenges are the result of operating practices, some are the result of regulatory issues and others come from the markets themselves — yet regardless of the source, value investors in particular bear the brunt of the obstacles. This book shows you what you need to know, and how to invest intelligently in Asian companies. Step-by-step approach guides investors towards the practical application of value investing principles in Asia Navigate the challenges unique to Asian investing Examine real-life case studies that illustrate both risk and opportunity Delve into the key markets in Greater China and South-East Asia Includes exclusive interviews with well-known value investors in Asia Despite the challenges and risks, Asian markets represent significant opportunity — especially for investors seeking value. Value Investing in Asia offers a practical reference for new and experienced investors, with real-world guidance toward intelligently investing in Asian markets.

Successful Value Investing in Asia

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Successful Value Investing in Asia

Measor holds no illusions in facing the pitfalls of the market, and his investment principles prove to be sound through the ups and downs of the market roller-coaster."--Jacket.

Learning to Invest in the Asian Market

The chapters in this book have been sequentially laid down in a structured manner for the betterment of your understanding; it contains simple procedures on how you can invest wisely and become rich in the process.

Learning to Invest in the Asian Market

Introduction WHY YOU ARE NOT RICH! Chapter # 1: Financial Independence and Richness Chapter # 2: The Appropriate Mindset Chapter # 3: Disadvantage of emotionally driven investments ABOUT MAKING INVESTMENTS IN ASIA Chapter # 4: Types of investments Chapter # 5: Investment aspects to take into account Chapter # 6: Research Findings on Investment Markets in Asia SMART AND EASY WAYS TO START GROWING YOUR INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO Chapter # 7: How to sell your ideas in this difficult world of Investments Chapter # 8: Effective investment tips Chapter # 9: Avoiding Common Mistakes Conclusion About the Author Publisher Introduction I want to sincerely congratulate you for downloading this book, “Learning to Invest in the Asian Market." This particular handbook contains lucrative strategies and a progressive guide on how to make money and become not just a rich, but a financially stable and a filthy rich investor in the Asian continent. Your dreams and desires are on the verge of manifesting into reality now that you have a simplified guide at hand. The chapters in this book have been sequentially laid down in a structured manner for the betterment of your understanding; it contains simple procedures on how you can invest wisely and become rich in the process. The dynamics of the investment sector can sometimes be challenging especially if you are a new investor in fast growing Asia. Catching up is all that you will be required to do in order to realize your dream. Being rich goes far beyond having just enough money to keep you going, it is the ability to maintain a certain status quo; even and especially during rough financial periods. It is the ability to calculate and manage risks, perils, and also the ability to steer away from these challenges that investors face successfully. This book goes to a great extent in terms of answering the questions you have been asking yourself overtime; it lets you understand why you are not doing as good as your friends are and why you are not rich. It clearly defines the meaning of power of richness and the independence that it begets you. The competitiveness of the Asian markets has been put to the drawing board for you to access and analyze; the aspect of evaluating the investments as well as the types of investments that are lucrative are also included in this guide. Additionally, financial advice is given to sharpen your wits. Investment is a two way endeavor; loss or gain, and you have to be above the rest to catch the early sun. Take your time to assess the research findings of the Asian markets; as simplified as it may seem, it requires extra dedication and keen interest to get the details comprehensively. Being rich in ever growing Asia means exchanging ideas and putting exemplary ones into action; to assist you avoid simple mistakes as you climb this financial ladder.

Investing Made Easy

In fact, these are just ridiculous fallacies, because as long as young people adhere strictly to the delayed gratification lifestyle, resist the attraction of "keeping up with the Joneses" and make good use of savings to invest wisely, they ...

Investing Made Easy

Everyone knows that money is essential and that without money, many wishes cannot be fulfilled. There is, however, a widespread misconception that high-income earners have an unfair edge to gain wealth and that ordinary wage earners will lose out in the race. In fact, these are just ridiculous fallacies, because as long as young people adhere strictly to the delayed gratification lifestyle, resist the attraction of "keeping up with the Joneses" and make good use of savings to invest wisely, they can become rich before they reach old age. Always remember that it's not rocket science that is the secret to getting rich, but it's just common sense. As the saying goes, "Investing is not about getting rich overnight, but to amass wealth gradually and steadily." For anyone perpetually living in a state of anxiety for the future, struggling to meet ends, worrying about immediate debt settlement, or simply committing to financial freedom, I believe this book is a godsent gift to help you. Not only does it serve to get you out of the abyss of mounting debt, but it also guides you to open the door of riches. Gaining financial security is just a matter of time if you are committed to understanding and harnessing the insights covered in this book.

The Value Investors

The Second Edition will include updates to all the chapters -- these investors' whereabouts, their current professional and personal endeavors and their experiences in the investment world since the first edition was published.

The Value Investors

"In The Value Investors, readers discovered that value investing is not a staid and old-fashioned investment strategy, but is dynamic and ever-evolving. And most especially, they learned how 12 leading investors, each of whom has a unique value perspective, have consistently beaten the stock market over the years -- all these investors come from different walks of life, yet they share the same investment mindset. Chapters 1 to 4 covered four US value investors: Walter Schloss of Walter & Edwin Schloss Associates; Irving Kahn of Kahn Brothers Group; Thomas Kahn, also of Kahn Brothers Group; and William Browne of Tweedy, Browne Company. Chapters 5 to 7 featured three European investors: Jean-Marie Eveillard of First Eagle Funds, Francisco Garcâia Paramâes who was formerly with Bestinver Asset Management, and Anthony Nutt of Jupiter Asset Management. In chapters 8 to 12, the author discussed five investors in Asia: Mark Mobius of Templeton Emerging Markets Group, Teng Ngiek Lian of Target Asset Management, Shuhei Abe of SPARX Group, V-Nee Yeh of Value Partners Group, and Cheah Cheng Hye, also of Value Partners Group. The Second Edition will include updates to all the chapters -- these investors' whereabouts, their current professional and personal endeavors and their experiences in the investment world since the first edition was published. It will also feature new fund managers: Howard Marks (Oaktree Capital Management, US) âAlvaro Guzmâan de Lâazaro (azValor Asset Management, Spain) Fernando Bernad (azValor Asset Management, Spain) A top investor based in Australia."--

7 Secrets to Investing Like Warren Buffett

The first section of the book discusses habits to adopt to begin a lifelong journey of wealth building.

7 Secrets to Investing Like Warren Buffett

A clear, simple, and complete guide for beginning investors from bestselling author Mary Buffett and Sean Seah that explains Warren Buffett’s techniques of Value Investing and his proven strategies to ensure long-term success. For twelve years, Mary Buffett was part of the Buffett inner circle. During that time, she studied Warren’s investment strategies and techniques and observed his habits. Now, in 7 Secrets to Investing Like Warren Buffett, Mary and Sean Seah provide a complete guide for beginning investors who want to understand how to invest like Warren Buffett. Mary and Sean walk readers through the process of assessing and buying stocks step-by-step. Their friendly and direct style and concrete examples make it easy to understand how to avoid common pitfalls and prosper in the stock market. The first section of the book discusses habits to adopt to begin a lifelong journey of wealth building. The second section examines specific stock-picking techniques inspired by Buffett’s teacher Benjamin Graham and that are vastly different from the common Wall Street wisdom of trying to time the market. The authors look at timeless principles as well as latest ideas on where to find great investment ideas, and they share the specific financial indicators they look for in a good investment. Finally, Mary and Sean explain how to build and track a portfolio of stocks. From learning how to read financial statements to preparing both personal and professional balance sheets, 7 Secrets to Investing Like Warren Buffett is a must-have companion for every investor. Simple questionnaires, charts, and graphs help illustrate specific strategies. The authors’ personal stories provide a clear explanation of the theory behind Value Investing, as well as advice for developing the necessary “soft skills”—habits, mindset, loving what you do, taking care of your mind and body—that have made Warren Buffett and many others so successful.

2019 07 Your Value Investing Newsletter by Quant Investing Dein Aktien Newsletter Your Stock Investing Newsletter

Download the sample to immediately see what values are used to select the shares! This is how the newsletter can help you: 1.

2019 07 Your Value Investing Newsletter by Quant Investing   Dein Aktien Newsletter   Your Stock Investing Newsletter

### english below ### Der Inhalt ist in Englisch, für die Aktien-Empfehlungen reichen geringe Englisch Kenntnisse. Du möchtest in Aktien investieren, weist aber nicht in welche und willst Zeit sparen? Du möchtest langfristig durch das Investieren in verschiedene Werte Gewinn machen? Dann ist der Quant Investing Value Newsletter genau das richtige für Dich! Jeden ersten Dienstag im Monat gibt Dir dieser Newsletter klare Tipps zu agieren: kaufen, halten, verkaufen! Lade Dir gleich die Leseprobe herunter und schaue Dir an, wie die Aktien ausgewählt werden! So kannst Du die Tipps nutzen: 1. Du hast regelmäßig Geld, dass Du investieren möchtest: Alle Aktien Empfehlungen sind ca. 2.000 Euro Investitionen. Spare ca. 2.000 Euro und kaufe eine oder zwei Aktien aus dem Portfolio – das funktioniert sehr gut, Du bekommst ein erstes Gefühl für Aktien und kannst sofort loslegen. Dann halte Dich an die Anweisungen: Verkaufe die Aktie bei "sell" und kaufe neu bei "buy". 2. Du hast 100.000 Euro oder mehr, die Du investieren möchtest: Dann schaue Dir einfach die Portfolios an, steige noch heute ein und fülle Dein Portfolio mit den richtig interessanten Aktien. Wichtige generelle Regeln (auch außerhalb des Newsletters): 1. Trailing-Stop-Loss: Damit Du nicht Aktien verkaufst, wenn es schon zu spät ist, gilt die Regel: Verkaufe immer dann, wenn der aktuelle Wert der Aktie 20% unter dem höchsten Stand seit der Empfehlung dieser Aktie fällt. D.h. im schlimmsten Fall: 20% Verlust. 2. Kaufe immer möglichst früh nach der Empfehlung in diesem Newsletter und versuche immer den im Newsletter definierten Preis zu erzielen. Kleine Schwankungen egal, aber deutliche Abweichungen sind zu vermeiden. 3. Du darfst jederzeit Deine Entscheidungen treffen und kaufen und verkaufen wann Du willst. Der Newsletter ist ein guter Leitfaden mit dem die Herausgeber auch selbst Ihr Geld anlegen. 4. Jede Aktie wird monatlich und nochmal nach einem Jahr geprüft. Verpasse also keinen weiteren Newsletter. ### english ### Do you have limited time, want to invest in stocks but don't know what to buy? Do you want to make a long-term profits by investing in a portfolio of good performing companies? Then our Quant Value Newsletter is just what you need! On the first Tuesday every month this newsletter gives you easy to understand instructions on exactly what to buy and what to sell! Download the sample to immediately see what values are used to select the shares! This is how the newsletter can help you: 1. If you regularly have money that you want to invest: All stock recommendations can be made if you have around €2,000 to invest. So save up to €2,000 and buy one or two of the up to 6 investment ideas for your portfolio - this works very well to give you an idea of what investing in shares is all about and can start immediately. Then you simply continue to follow the newsletter's instructions: Sell a stock when it says "sell" and buy a new investment when it says "buy". 2. If you have €100,000 or more you want to invest: Then you simply take a look at our three portfolios and you can immediately start buying really interesting stocks for your portfolio. Important general rules (also apply outside the newsletter): 1. Trailing stop loss: To prevent you from selling shares before it's too late use the following rule: always sell when the current stock price falls over 20% from the highest price since the stock was recommended. This means your worst case loss is 20%. 2. Buy as soon as possible after our recommendation and always try to buy as close as possible to the price recommended. Small differences do not matter, but large ones are to be avoided. 3. You can make your own buy & sell decisions anytime you want. The newsletter is a good guide the publishers use to invest their own money. 4. Each share is audited monthly and again after one year. So don't miss our newsletters.

Rethinking Value Investing for a Global Age

This is the eBook version of the printed book. This Element is an excerpt from What Would Ben Graham Do Now?: A New Value Investing Playbook for a Global Age (9780132173230) by Jeffrey Towson. Available in print and digital formats.

Rethinking Value Investing for a Global Age

This is the eBook version of the printed book. This Element is an excerpt from What Would Ben Graham Do Now?: A New Value Investing Playbook for a Global Age (9780132173230) by Jeffrey Towson. Available in print and digital formats. How to adapt Ben Graham’s powerful value investing approach for the realities of today’s fast-shifting global markets. The world’s tallest building is in Dubai, its largest phone company in China, its richest person in Mexico. The first truly global century arrived much faster than anticipated–and it’s caught many smart investors flat-footed. Ben Graham’s core concept of intrinsic value remains the anchor for investing in this new world. But today’s general chaos presents growing challenges for traditional value methodology.

What Would Ben Graham Do Now

In this book, leading global value investor Jeffrey Towson extends and modernizes value investing, helping you apply its core principles while you access tremendous opportunities available in today’s fastest-growing markets.

What Would Ben Graham Do Now

As originally conceived by the legendary Benjamin Graham, traditional value investing involves purchasing relatively stable stocks and companies at a percentage below their intrinsic value. But this approach contains many hidden, U.S.-centric assumptions that simply don’t work well in today’s high-growth emerging markets. In this book, leading global value investor Jeffrey Towson extends and modernizes value investing, helping you apply its core principles while you access tremendous opportunities available in today’s fastest-growing markets. Towson introduces the powerful Value Point system that grows out of his experience on the elite investing team selected by Prince Alwaleed, the "Arabian Warren Buffett." While retaining Graham’s relentless focus on price and quality, he shows how to integrate three crucial additional forms of value into your stock assessments: the value of political access in a government-infused investment world, the value of reputation in a world of colliding markets, actors and biases, and the value of capabilities in a multi-local world. Building on these techniques, Towson presents a complete investment playbook for the next five years. Next, he shows how to invest for the next twenty years—successfully navigating the titanic market collisions that will batter investors who aren’t prepared for them.

Customer Value Investment

Using the unique Customer-in-Center concept, this pathbreaking book explains how investing in Customer Value can increase the market share and profitability of a company.

Customer Value Investment

The Customer is the ultimate driver of a business. Customers buy products and services that give them more value and this value is what gives one company the winning edge over another. Using the unique Customer-in-Center concept, this pathbreaking book explains how investing in Customer Value can increase the market share and profitability of a company. It shows companies how they can be driven by Customers and their needs, and how sustained business success can be achieved through Customer Value Investment. In addition to clearly explaining key terms and basic concepts—insightfully illustrated with caselets, tables, graphs and key points in each chapter—the book explains how companies can: - Move beyond Customer management and satisfaction to loyalty - Become market leaders and improve business results - Understand the value they provide to Customers - Improve service quality and loyalty - Set up Customer-Circles and build Customer Conduits - Understand competitive strategies and pre-empt competition - Measure Customer capital

Business and Investments in Asia

This book offers an “in-depth” analysis of ten Asian nations (China, Cambodia, Vietnam, Japan, Laos, South Korea, Singapore, Thailand, India and Hong Kong) in order to help western managers and investors to do Business efficiently in ...

Business and Investments in Asia

Today's globalization is changing the gravity center of Business on a worlwide basis. The classic triangle New York-London-Paris has been substituted by new strategic axis located in emerging nations. Asian countries are changing the dimensions of international trade and investments from a Global perspective. Locations like the Strait of Malacca in Malaysia or APEC will become extremely strategic in trade and commerce for the next 20 years and the most relevant demographic growth will be located in Asian nations. Asia is moving quickly and it does it in the right direction. Governments are facilitating investment processes to local and foreign companies. Not only China and India must be taken into consideration, other new “Challengers” are increasing very rapidly (Vietnam, Thailand or Malaysia), which, despite some internal problems like lack of democratic maturity and transparency, show very admirable values in Business activities. Social order, respect, family orientation or hard work are some of these assets. This book offers an “in-depth” analysis of ten Asian nations (China, Cambodia, Vietnam, Japan, Laos, South Korea, Singapore, Thailand, India and Hong Kong) in order to help western managers and investors to do Business efficiently in this dynamic economic region. La globalización actual está cambiando el centro de gravedad de los negocios en todo el mundo. El clásico triángulo York-Londres-París ha sido sustituido por un nuevo eje estratégico localizado en los países emergentes. Los países asiáticos están cambiando las dimensiones del comercio internacional y las inversiones desde una perspectiva global. Lugares como el Estrecho de Malacca en Malasia o en APEC se convertirá en un alto valor estratégico en el comercio para los próximos 20 años y el crecimiento demográfico más relevante se encuentra en los países asiáticos. Asia se está moviendo rápidamente, y lo hace en la dirección correcta. Los gobiernos están facilitando los procesos de inversión a las empresas locales y extranjeras. No sólo China e India deben ser tenidos en cuenta, otros nuevos "rivales" están creciendo muy rápidamente (Vietnam, Tailandia o Malasia), que, a pesar de algunos problemas internos como la falta de madurez democrática y la transparencia, muestran valores muy admirables en los negocios. Orden social, el respeto, la orientación de la familia o el trabajo duro son algunos de estos activos. Este libro ofrece un profundo análisis de diez países asiáticos (China, Camboya, Vietnam, Japón, Laos, Corea del Sur, Singapur, Tailandia, India y Hong Kong) con el fin de ayudar a los directivos e inversores occidentales para hacer negocios de manera eficiente en esta dinámica región económica. INDEX Brief Introduction.- Acknowledgements.- Investments and Business in China.- Investments and Business in Cambodia .- Investments and Business in Vietnam.- Investments and Business in Japan.- Investments and Business in Laos.- Investments and Business in South Korea.- Investments and Business in Singapore.- Investments and Business in Thailand.- Investments and Business in India.- Investments and Business in Hong Kong.

Living Value Investing

Asia,. Where. Value. investing. Happens. Many people see Warren Buffett's practice of value investing as consisting of two stages: in the early stage, Buffett bought stocks of ordinary quality at bargain prices, and in the mature stage, ...

Living Value Investing

“Value investing should be a life attitude” ——— Cheah Cheng Hye From reporter to analyst, from analyst to fund manager, and from fund manager to entrepreneur. Cheah Cheng Hye, co-founder of Value Partners, has come a long way towards being anointed Hong Kong’s “Gold-finger of the Market,” a well-deserved title for leading the only public asset management firm in the city well-known for its commitment to a value investing philosophy. Having previously penned the Money Masters series, Tony Tsoi returns with a new work based on the story of Cheah Cheng Hye and Value Partners,giving readers a fresh perspective on how value investing remains very much alive — and wildly successful — in the contemporary financial world. “In the next 20 years, Hong Kong does not need another Li Ka- Shing and Lee Shau-Kee. What Hong Kong does need, though, is more Cheah Cheng Hyes.” ——— Tony Tsoi

An Updated Investment Strategy for the Intelligent Investor

In this book you will discover: What is the thing most likely to trigger the next market crash and how to watch for it? Seven investment types, which one will suit you? What comes out top between growth and value investing, and why?

An Updated Investment Strategy for the Intelligent Investor

Discover the fortune that lies hidden in the stock market for everyone who wants to quit work someday. Will the stock market crash? Find out where and how to grow and protect your money over the next decade to get stellar returns, using this investment guide. Almost fifty years have passed since Benjamin Graham wrote his seminal work The Intelligent Investor. Right now, at the start of 2021, we suspect he would be thinking "another stock market bubble." What's incredible is that most investors would agree with him (according to Robert Schiller's crash confidence index)--but the stock market keeps growing and growing. Some of Graham's advice is timeless--look for and buy value, and the rewards will come. However, renowned proponents of this advice, such as Warren Buffett, have not always found it easy to put into practice. Buffett had to sit on his hands for much of the past five or six years as value has been hard to find before finally investing (post-pandemic) in Japan in 2020. Sometimes you need immense patience and calm to follow Graham's advice when everyone around you is making huge returns in a raging bull market. But does it pay off, or would you have just missed the investment returns of your lifetime? Although the fundamentals of value investing have not changed, much of the advice in The Intelligent Investor was last updated in 1972. Fifty years of massive change in our markets, society, and technology has rendered a lot of the more specific information dated and worthless. Everyone wants to know what the future will hold and predict where markets are going. Up or down? Is it the bottom or the top? Will we have deflation or inflation or even hyperinflation? Knowing the answer to these questions would, of course, be of massive financial benefit and remove much of the stress and worry from how we organize our financial affairs. In this book you will discover: What is the thing most likely to trigger the next market crash and how to watch for it? Seven investment types, which one will suit you? What comes out top between growth and value investing, and why? Does Cathie Wood trounce Buffet, or will Warren have the last laugh? Whether you should you invest in Asia or other markets Are retiring Boomers going to make markets slump? If you were given $1,000,000 to invest is this the portfolio you would buy? Are the best days over for the passive investors? How little mistakes keep you poor. How to construct a dynamic portfolio - that will deliver superior returns in all conditions And much, much more. The author (Tom Cromwell) has a wealth of personal and commercial financial experience and an upbringing that showed him the value of every penny. He has invested money from his earned income for 30 years, and is an example of how it is possible to rise to wealth and prosperity from a disadvantaged situation. Tom believes in financial empowerment for everyone because your goals were his goals. Now retired, Tom is intent and enthusiastic about helping a broader audience to financial prosperity. Financial independence is for everyone, and with the right outlook and strategy, nothing can stop you from living the life you desire. You can do this, too. It's no secret that financial success starts with a solid education, and I hope that you use this book as the ways and means of making the future brighter for yourself and your family. If you want to stop earning money for someone else, start doing the things you want, and to have a better quality of life, then this book will deliver. Scroll up and click the BUY NOW button.