The Acquirer's Multiple: How the Billionaire Contrarians of Deep Value Beat the Market

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The Acquirer s Multiple How the Billionaire Contrarians of Deep Value Beat the Market None

  • Title: The Acquirer's Multiple: How the Billionaire Contrarians of Deep Value Beat the Market
  • Author: Tobias E. Carlisle
  • ISBN: 9780692928851
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Acquirer's Multiple: How the Billionaire Contrarians of Deep Value Beat the Market”

    1. Well written, readable, Tobias is a great financial writer. My rating suffers from reading this close on the heels of his 5-star (imo) Deep Value, of which most of the source material is derived. This is a great book as a lead in to Deep Value if finance isnt your first languager that audience, I would rate it 4stars or better.

    2. Another excellent book by Tobias Carlisle on the importance of value investing and high returning businesses. Simple, quick read with some of the core concepts from his brilliant ‘Deep Value’ book. (Kindle).

    3. I really enjoyed this book. It's a quick, breezy read but its brevity belies the wisdom it contains. Mr. Carlisle discusses a simple approach to public equity investing that historically has led to outperforming market benchmarks. My favorite portion of the book discusses when investor Joel Greenblatt performed a real time behavioral analysis by allowing investors to pick between a pure quantitative strategy, and one that allowed them to trade in and out of positions based on their own fundament [...]

    4. This is a quick but informative read on finding value priced stocks. The author exclaims his system and methodology for selecting the best priced stocks for price appreciation in the long term. It is NOT a get rich quick stock trading scheme. The advice seems solid with testing provided to support his opinions. The last quarter of the book is an advertisement for his stock screen subscription service. Regardless, if you are looking for a system to determine undervalued stocks and/or a layperson [...]

    5. Concise and Clear. How to apply concepts is spelled out clearly. Data to back up claims although as we all know: past performance does not guarantee future results. Uses examples from investing greats like Buffett and Icahn to illustrate efficacy.I will give these ideas a try (with patience, of course)This book might be better rated in 20-30 years when my "$10,000 has compounded north of 16% per annum" as the writing purports these concepts deliver.

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