New Era Value Investing: A Disciplined Approach to Buying Value and Growth Stocks
Praise for New Era Value Investing "No other book reveals so much about how a portfolio manager looks at the world. You will see how the transformation in the U.S. economy and stock market in the 1990s caused this seasoned value investor to transform her investing discipline to keep pace with the times, and you will gain invaluable insight into how an investment discipline is crafted to maximize gain and control risk for real, paying clients. This book is a must-read for every serious investor, and anyone who aspires to manage money for others." ?Dr. Arthur Laffer, Chairman, Laffer Associates "If you invest real money in the stock market, you have to read this book. In New Era Value Investing, Nancy Tengler gives you an inside look at the real work a serious value investor does in constructing a diversified portfolio of high-quality stocks. Nancy?s review of the history of value investing is worth the price of admission by itself. She explains how to use...
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