Over the years, as Warren Buffett's influence and affluence have grown, one thing has remained the same - his unpretentious, honest, and optimistic approach toward business and life. Now you can discover life's little secrets of success as revealed by the world¿s greatest investor.
"NOT worth it"
Benjamin Graham developed "value investing", a style adopted by Warren Buffett, one of history's most successful investors. It is based on "fundamental analysis", which quantitatively compares a company's stock price to various measures of financial strength and promise. "Growth investing" is a fundamentally different style that seeks to identify tomorrow's great business successes. Learn the ins and outs, and the pros and cons, of these basic investment styles.
"Lots of information in a quick read/listen"
Jean Paul Getty and John Templeton are great examples of "bargain hunters" or "contrarians" who seek to find promising stocks that are out of favor or fashion: and therefore undervalued. Slightly different are those who study cycles and waves to determine regular and (hopefully) predictable patterns of favor and disfavor in the market.
Following in the footsteps of her best-selling Warren Buffett Speaks - written in a conversational style that successfully captures the essence of these business leaders - Janet Lowe reveals the amazing story behind one of the most important new companies of our time by exploring the people and philosophies that have made Google a global phenomenon in less than 15 years.
"Kind of awful!"
In The Triumph of Value Investing, Janet Lowe urges listeners to return to the basic principles of value investing, as taught by the legendary Benjamin Graham, which remain as relevant as ever today. These lessons can help listeners maneuver sanely through any type of economic turmoil and even benefit from further disruptions.
"BUFFET BUFFET BUFFET"
General Electric Chariman Jack Welch transported GE into the new economy with his management style, his forward-thinking approach to new technology, and by encouraging creativity among his employees. This book provides a look at what the innovative, powerhouse executive has brought to American business and what will ultimately be his legacy. It includes interviews with CEOs who have previously worked with Welch and been trained by him, as well as interviews with other GE executives.