27. Value Investing: From Graham to Buffett and Beyond by Bruce C.N. Greenwald
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
I found the investor profiles in the third section more useful than the rest.
Some of the earlier chapters are followed by short appendices, those were helpful.
In some cases, the approaches discussed involve investing enough money in a business to have control over its direction which isn't practically useful for me.
Also, published in 2001, it felt dated as it heralded investment research strategies used before the internet and thus financial data was widely available. Even the book often admits that finding businesses that are like the ones found by the great investors discussed and, this is key, not everyone else, are hard to come by today.
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