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"From the bare basics to tips for the self-made sophisticate, Lisa Holton captures both the art and science of contrarian investing in her book HOW TO BE A VALUE INVESTOR, arming investors with the necessary tools and information they need to make informed investment decisions. Holton not only emphasizes the age-old values of investing—patience, due diligence, and conviction—but also brings a contemporary angle to her approach, making a convincing case for value investing as a wise and lucrative choice."
- Eric McKissack, CFA, Vice chairman and co-chief investment officer, Ariel Mutual Funds.

HOW TO BE A VALUE INVESTOR is designed to help you master—within hours!—the art and science of value investing. Built on the rock-solid value investing tenets that guided Warren Buffett, Benjamin Graham, and others, this concise but comprehensive wealth-building blueprint gives you practical, hands-on techniques so you can squeeze the most profit from today's volatile markets. Look for these other user-friendly books in The McGraw-Hill Mastering the Market Series:
How to Be a Growth Investor;
How to Be a Sector Investor;
How to Be a Small-Cap Investor.


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Getting Started. The Basics: What Are Value Stocks? What's on Special: How the Experts Search for Bargains. The Value Investor's Toolbox. Clues to Hidden Value: The Basic Guideposts for Finding Low-Risk Bargain Stocks with Potential. Reading Further: Understanding Balance Sheets, Income Statements, and What Management Is Really Saying About Operations. Inventory Turnover: And Other Spine-Tingling Secrets to Better Investing. When to Buy: Creating a Diverse Portfolio Using Value Principles. Call Me a Pundit. Okay, You're a Pundit!: Knowing Who's an Expert and Who Isn't. Putting It All Together. When to Sell: How to Review Your Portfolio for Changes. Logging On: Trusting What's Online and on the Software Shelves. Surving for Value: A List of Useful Websites for Value Investors. Big-Picture Portfolios: How Age, Lifestyle, and Risk Tolerance Determine How to Allocate Investment Assets. Home Stretch: Going Over the Basics One More Time and the Forecast for Finding Value Ahead. Appendices: A: Stock and Market Terms. B: Mutual Fund Terms. C: Your Government at Work: How to Make Sense of SEC Filings.

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