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The Little Book of Value Investing

in: Investing

The book provides a concise guide to value investing, a strategy that involves picking undervalued stocks with strong fundamentals and holding them for the long term. It distills the principles championed by investing legends like Benjamin Graham and Warren Buffett, offering practical advice on how to analyze financial statements, calculate intrinsic value, and patiently wait for the market to recognize a stock's true worth.

Key points:

1. Margin of Safety: This is the difference between a stock's real value and its market price. The bigger the margin, the lower the risk and higher the profit potential. Browne advises buying stocks well below their real value for protection against unexpected negative events.

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