Valuegrowth Investing: A Disciplined Approach to Investment

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Financial Times Prentice Hall, 2002 - Business & Economics - 358 pages
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Develop the practical investment strategy skills you need to succeed in any market!-- Practical explanations and examples help you master the key techniques professional investors use to make decisions.-- Helps you define a coherent strategy that encompasses both value and growth.-- Draws heavily on principles discovered by Peter Lynch, Warren Buffett, and other investment greats.With this book, every investor can develop a coherent investment strategy that encompasses both value and growth, draws upon the latest advances in business strategy, and utilizes powerful principles first discovered by world-class investors such as Peter Lynch and Warren Buffett. Valuegrowth Investing proves that investing in value and in growth are not mutually exclusive, and offers a practical strategy for achieving both goals. Using extensive real-world examples, Glen Arnold introduces the key financial tools professionals use to make their investment decisions, sharing new insight into stock price behavior based upon his successful career as a trader. From Ben Graham's three forms of value investing to John Neff's sophisticated ratio investing plan, to Warren Buffett's and Charles Munger's long term cash-flow investing and Philip Fisher's bonanza investing, this book draws upon the best ideas of world-class investors -- and shows how to leverage them in your own portfolio. For every experienced investor.

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About the author (2002)

Professor Glen Arnold, PhD. is a professor of finance at Salford University and director of the Finance, Accounting and Banking Research Interest Group.

He has published work directed at a full range of types of readers, from refereed journal articles directed at fellow academics to introductory finance and investment for the complete novice.

His textbook Corporate Financial Management (first published in 1998, now in its second edition)has quickly established its place as the leading UK-based textbook for undergraduates, post-graduates and post-experience students. It is noted for its extremely readable style embedded in real-world practice as well as robust theory. The book Valuegrowth Investing, directed at experienced investors is again written in a very approachable and straight-forward manner.

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