During his 31 years as a portfolio manager for Vanguard's Windsor and Gemini Funds, he beat the market 22 times, through every imaginable stock market climate, while posting a 57-fold increase in an initial stake. When Windsor closed its doors to new investors in 1985, it was the largest mutual fund in the United States.
Now retired from mutual fund management, Neff is ready to share the investment strategies that earned him international recognition as the "investor's investor". In John Neff on Investing, Neff delineates, for the first time, the principles of his phenomenally successful low p/e approach to investing, and describes the strategies, techniques, and investment decisions that earned him a place alongside Warren Buffett and Peter Lynch in the pantheon of modern investment wizards.
©1999 John Neff; (P)2000 Blackstone Audiobooks
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"Good book to read!"
Struggled to finished but overall it is a remarkable story of amazing fund's results. If read by right person it would be even better.
"What is the point of this book?"
Cut out about 75% of it
Narration was fine
Early biography, tedious notes on the ups and downs of what are now very out of date stocks which sound like the concatenation of years of fund manager notes to investors.
A few useful tips, but not worth the effort - spend your 9 and half hours elsewhere!
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