Every Young Investor´s Handbook: John B. Daniels
The Franchise Investor´s Handbook:A Complete Guide to All Aspects of Buying Selling or Investing in a Franchise Kevin Murphy
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In recent years growing numbers of investors have been joining the community interested in not only generating financial returns but also creating positive social and environmental value in the world. ´´The ImpactAssets Handbook for Investors´´ offers an introductory overview for those interested in investing their capital in a sustainable, responsible and impactful manner. The handbook offers insights and approaches to developing strategy as well as an understanding of the issues and considerations of impact investors in practice. In addition to discussions of portfolio structure and strategy, the handbook offers an overview of due diligence necessary to assess potential investments, a discussion of communications and performance measurement issues and other factors key to managing capital for multiple returns. With contributions from some of the field´s leading experts in impact investing, ´´The ImpactAssets Handbook for Investors´´ will provide the reader with both broad advice and specific guidance on how to become best positioned to engage in impact investing as an asset owner, both large and small. While not an ´´answer book,´´ the handbook offers practical insights and presents critical questions every investor should consider in creating an investment strategy and executing the deployment of investment capital.
The Real Estate Investor´s Handbook The Complete Guide for the Individual Investor: Steven D Fisher
The ImpactAssets Handbook for Investors:Generating Social and Environmental Value through Capital Investing
Thrift Savings Plan Investor´s Handbook for Federal Employees: FEDweek LLC
Many of the world’s most successful investors like Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, David Einhorn, and Joel Greenblatt have followed the value investing philosophy to compound capital for decades. In doing so, they have created significant wealth and prosperity.Now, you have the opportunity to learn the foundations of value investing so you too can root out opportunities in the stock market.At its heart, value investing is simple: You figure out what something is worth and pay a whole lot less for it.However, executing that strategy is difficult. After all, the stock market is the ultimate psychological game. Learn the basic principles of value investing starting with the estimation of intrinsic value and establishing a large margin of safety to reduce downside risk.From there you’ll learn about valuation and other fundamental factors that should be considered when it comes to value investing.Further, you’ll learn how to stop losing money by investing in value traps - stocks that appear cheap like value investments, but are actually very expensive businesses. Finally, we’ll discuss the proper mindset of a value investor in order to succeed in the modern stock market era. This is the beginner’s guide to value investing! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Andrew Li. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/155728/bk_acx0_155728_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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