• An Updated Investment Strategy for the Intelligent Investor

  • A Stock Market Investment Guide to Grow and Protect Your Money Using Dynamic Portfolio Management
  • By: Tom Cromwell
  • Narrated by: Russell Newton
  • Length: 3 hrs and 47 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Money & Finance, Investing & Trading
  • 5.0 out of 5 stars (27 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Discover the fortune that lies hidden in the stock market for everyone who wants to quit work someday. Will the stock market crash? Find out where and how to grow and protect your money over the next decade to get stellar returns using this investment guide.

Almost 50 years have passed since Benjamin Graham wrote his seminal work The Intelligent Investor. Some of Graham’s advice is timeless - look for and buy value, and the rewards will come - and although the fundamentals of value investing have not changed, much of the advice was last updated in 1972. Fifty years of massive change in our markets, society, and technology has rendered a lot of the more specific information dated and worthless.

Everyone wants to know what the future will hold and predict where markets are going. Up or down? Is it the bottom or the top? Will we have deflation or inflation or even hyperinflation? Knowing the answer to these questions would, of course, be of massive financial benefit and remove much of the stress and worry from how we organize our financial affairs.

In this audiobook you will discover:

  • What is the thing most likely to trigger the next market crash, and how can one watch for it?
  • What comes out on top between growth and value investing, and why? 
  • Whether you should you invest in Asia or other markets.
  • Are retiring Boomers going to make markets slump? 
  • Are the best days over for the passive investors?
  • How little mistakes keep you poor. 
  • How to construct a dynamic portfolio - that will deliver superior returns in all conditions
  • And much, much more.

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One in the eye for the Bogleheads

The Updated Investment Strategy for the Intelligent investor is a thoughtful work which re-examines
value investing and current economic phenomenon. One useful element is to challenging the current
overblown propensity towards passive investment funds, which threatens to get out of hand. This
book punctures some of the complacency around these funds, which now dominate the investing
landscape, it is a timely reminder that they ultimately rely on an effective price discovery mechanism.
The current distortions in the market provide an opportunity for active investors to exploit this to their
advantage. A great audiobook – far beyond the glut of basic investment books but still accessible
for everyone.

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Fresh point of view

Most stock market investment books seem to be written for teenagers or beginners. It was refreshing to get a book that delivered a serious approach to investing but without being excessively technical. It is also refreshing to find someone considering an active approach to investing instead of just buying an ETF of the whole market and getting same returns as the s&P500. The dynamic portfolio proposed by the author should make better than average returns in all market / economic conditions of it is correctly applied. I would really recommend this book to anyone who wants to broaden their investment knowledge beyond how to buy or sell a stock.

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Dividend Investor

I recommend this as a great listen for anyone thinking about investing on their own behalf, so not through an ETF. Thoroughly good listen.

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Beginners and all

This audiobook doesn’t cover the 1-2-3 of how to trade stocks but does explain what you need to know and how exactly to approach investing to build a fantastic portfolio of stocks. I recommend for all investors

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An Intelligent Investor

If you want to BE the Intelligent Investor then this audiobook is much mor accessible (and up to date) than the original work. It still covers everything you need to know about value investing but leaves out the all the original data, analysis and case studies that made the original heavy going.

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Dynamic portfolio management

This approach to investing doesn’t get as much coverage as it should. It really is the only sensible way to approach things as the economy and world are always changing, it makes sense to adapt your portfolio from time to time. Well written and narrated.

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Inflation or deflation?

The author takes us through the economic outlook for the next decade and what it means for your wealth. Recommended if you want to know how, when and where to invest.

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Which index fund?

Your choice of index fund actually has big implications for your investment performance. Tom Cromwell explains how and why. Furthermore, he also sets out why the best indexes are not likely to be American stock markets in the next decade.

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How to build a dynamic portfolio that will deliver

superior returns in all conditions
The author explains in this audiobook how to build a portfolio that should outperform the indexes under all conditions by adjusting your investments throughout the different phases of the economic cycle and also how to structure it according to your personal circumstances

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Look at the Data

The original Intelligent investor was based on an analysis of the data up to 1972. It is great to run this analysis again with another fifty years of data and see what conclusions have changed. Much of the original book (at over 600 pages) was given over to this data and specific case studies. It was also full of dated information about classes of shares (and bonds) that are no longer common. However, the fundamentals of value investing can be boiled down in just a few chapters. Tom Cromwell (the author) has a great job of freshening up the approach and analyzing the arguments around growth and value styles. Very enlightening listening.

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Pension Craft

I recommend this as a great listen for anyone thinking about investing on their own behalf, so not through an ETF. Thoroughly good listen.

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  • Cecilia B Eisenman
  • 06-09-21

Good advice - how to find value stocks

This audiobook tells you all the characteristics and ratios you will need to find great value stocks. Now all you need is some stock screening software then go get some.

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  • Jacqueline H Nelson
  • 06-12-21

Value investing versus Growth Investing

The debate of the moment – well at least the last 10 years – has been around which is the superior approach. Value investing or growth investing. Both have their adherents and prophets. Cathie Wood and Warren Buffett to name but two. This book does a great job in helping investor make a sensible allocation between these two styles. Beyond common sense this is a valuable, modern investing approach.

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  • Melvin G Gilbert
  • 06-11-21

I am now the Intelligent Investor


A guide to the stock market and the economy which will allow you to grow and protect your money and wealth by using dynamic portfolio management. Straightforward and simple listening.

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  • Eric W Hernandez
  • 06-10-21

Benjamin Graham is the Value Guru

With a book as iconic as The Intelligent Investor it is brave author who tries to follow it. However, the Tom Cromwell does a great job bringing the advice and information into the 21st century and making it relevant now.

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  • Melba M Fabian
  • 06-09-21

Value investing has the momentum right now

Now is the perfect time to be turning back to value investing. All the people who have put all their money into ARKK and Tesla are going to take a very cold bath, very shortly.

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  • Daryl N Harvey
  • 06-09-21

Is a Big Market crash coming in 2021?

Is a Big Market crash coming in 2021?
You will have to listen to find out!

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  • Dennis R Houser
  • 06-12-21

Intelligent Investor has been updated for the 21st


As an enthusiastic value investor I was keen to find out what would change from the original advice found in The Intelligent Investor, which I read over 10 years ago.
As the author suggest although the fundamentals of picking a stock through value investing don’t change there is much in the environment that has changed that renders specific advice by Graham obsolete. The author still remained true to the fundamentals of value investing but built on the original pragmatism of Graham. It was great to take find a fresh look at this and consider how to move beyond the 50/50 stock bond portfolio advocated by Graham. I would very much recommend this audiobook to all serious investors looking to grow their wealth through stocks.

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  • Timothy C Smith
  • 06-12-21

Have a look at the Data

The original Intelligent investor was based on an analysis of the data up to 1972. It is great to run this analysis again with another fifty years of data and see what conclusions have changed. Much of the original book (at over 600 pages) was given over to this data and specific case studies. It was also full of dated information about classes of shares (and bonds) that are no longer common. However, the fundamentals of value investing can be boiled down in just a few chapters. Tom Cromwell (the author) has a great job of freshening up the approach and analyzing the arguments around growth and value styles. Very enlightening listening.

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  • Amanda D Richardson
  • 06-11-21

Build your (dynamic) portfolio that will deliver s


The author explains in this audiobook how to build a portfolio that should outperform the indexes under all conditions by adjusting your investments throughout the different phases of the economic cycle and also how to structure it according to your personal circumstances.