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Buffett and Beyond 2e + Website – Uncovering the Secret Ratio for Superior Stock Selection

Uncovering the Secret Ratio for Superior Stock Selection + Website

Gebonden Engels 2015 9781118955772
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Construct a portfolio that is sure to outperform market averages
Warren Buffett had it right all along. Now it′s your turn to learn how to construct a portfolio that is sure to outperform the market averages, as well as almost every professional money manager in the world. Warren Buffett′s method of predictability can determine a future target price, which in turn determines his all–important purchase price. However, Buffett doesn′t draw conclusions of his predictability method relative to the future total returns of portfolios. That′s where Buffett and Beyond comes in, taking Buffett′s method one giant step beyond, proving that if you select a portfolio of stocks using the predictability method in this book, you will outperform 96% of professional money managers over the long term.
In addition to the information in the book, readers will have access to a password–protected website that includes tutorial videos, PowerPoint slides, free trial access to a video newsletter, and a trial subscription to the author′s computer program, which follows the research presented in the book.

-Explains Clean Surplus Accounting (CSA) to determine Return on Owners′ Equity (ROE)

-Uses CSA to determine ROE in a unique way to verify Buffett′s all–important purchase price

-Draws conclusions between Clean Surplus Return on Equity and future total returns

-Shows that every portfolio selected from the S&P 500 index with above–average Clean Surplus ROEs outperformed the S&P average during the test periods from 1987 to the present

If you′re an investor, this book will impact your financial life forever.


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Preface: From Then Until Now xiii
Introduction: A Sea Story xvii

Chapter 1: The Purpose of This Book Your Journey 1

Chapter 2: About Warren Buffett 5

Chapter 3: Determining the Earning Capacity of a Company (Now Really, Can It Be This Easy?) 11
The Beach Factor 12
Clean Surplus 13
Determining an Efficient Company 14
Take Your Bank Account 14
Bonds 15
Earning Capacity 15
How to Determine the Operating Efficiency of a Company 17
Sooo Important 19
You See . . . ROE Tells Us Everything 19
Let s Ask Warren 20
Summary the Key to the Investing Business 21
Why Hasn t the Entire World Figured This Out Yet? 21
You Will Learn 22

Chapter 4: My Theory of Why Most Money Managers of the World Cannot Outperform the Market Averages 25
My Contest Beware How You Select the Random Portfolio 29
One Step Beyond Buffett 30
You Don t Have to Worry 30
Fun with Our Portfolio Reviews 31
In Summary 32

Chapter 5: A Very Simple Income Statement and an Even Simpler Balance Sheet 35
The Income Statement 36
The Balance Sheet 36
Tying Together the Income Statement and Balance Sheet 37

Chapter 6: The Return on Equity Ratio 41
This Chapter and the Next and the Next 43

Chapter 7: The Return Portion of the Return on Equity Ratio 47
The Income Statement: Return 47

Chapter 8: The Equity Portion of the Return on Equity 53
Earnings 55
Accounting Statements and the Link between Them 55
The General Motors Story 57
The Central Flaw of Traditional Accounting 60
Let s Not Forget the Main Question 60
Addendum to The General Motors Story 61

Chapter 9: How to Determine an Equitable Equity Number 65
Let s Review Just a Bit 65
Our New Return on Equity Equation 67
What Does Warren Buffett Say about All This? 69

Chapter 10: The Predictability of Finance Valuation Models 71
Efficiency Is the Key 73
College and Finance Valuation Models They Just Don t Work Very Well 74

Chapter 11: Clean Surplus ROE the Only Comparable Efficiency Ratio 79
Clean Surplus 81
I Forget, What Are We Looking For? Let s Review! 83

Chapter 12: What Buffett Looks for in a Company, or How Clean Surplus Accounting Recognizes the Quality of a Company 87
Buffett 88
The Consumer Monopoly versus the Commodity Type of Business 89
The Commodity Type of Business: Companies Buffett Avoids 89
The Consumer Monopoly: The Type of Business Buffett Loves 92

Chapter 13: General Electric Then and Now 97
The Purchase Price 97
Back to Basics 99
A Very Important Point 100
Back to the Good Bank 100
Beware, Beware, Beware 102
A Real Stock 103
The P/E Ratio 105
Back to the Future 107
Let s Discount Back the All Important Purchase Price 108
Important Note: Approximately 110
Very Important Addendum 111

Chapter 14: General Motors Then and Now 115
Let s Look at General Motors 116
High ROE 116
Consistency Up to 2002 117
Compare 118
The Blind Kid A Sea Story 119
A Lesson to Be Learned 120
So You See, Folks 121
Addendum to the General Motors Saga 121

Chapter 15: The Beginning: The Initial Research 125
Why Work with the Dow 30? 126
Constructing the Portfolio: My First Research into Clean Surplus 127
Methodology 127
1987: The Year of the Anomaly 129
Buffett the Anomaly 129
More Parameters: The Simple Rules 130
The Test Period Parameters 130
The Results 131
Compounded Returns 132
Is There a Correlation Between the ROEs and the Returns? 133
Getting Published in an Academic Journal 135

Chapter 16: Continuing Research: The Doctoral Research on the S&P 500 137
Finally, a Lead for Clean Surplus Accounting Buffett, Graham, Ohlson 138
The Results of the Research 139
Methodology 139
Notice the Difference 141
Standardized Against the Market 142
Portfolio Construction 142
Results: First Test Period 143
Results: Second Test Period 144
Bias 144
Summary of Results 145

Chapter 17: Rules for Structuring a Great Growth Portfolio 149
Debt 153

Chapter 18: Great, Great Job, but You re Fired 155
A New Definition 156
The Research Begins 156
The First Class 157
To Teach or Not to Teach? 159

Chapter 19: Stocks on Our Radio Show 163
Back in 2012 163
The Structure of This Report 165

Chapter 20: Stories of Audience Hecklers 169
The Know ]It ]All Half ]Back 170

Chapter 21: A Great Dividend Income and Growth Strategy Part I: The Economic Spectrum of Dividend Stocks 173
Portfolio Parameters 175
The Four Stages of the Business Life Cycle 176
The Maturity Stage 179

Chapter 22: A Great Dividend Income and Growth Strategy Part II: Selecting Stocks That Are Growing Their Dividends for Our Portfolio 183

Chapter 23: A Great Dividend Income and Growth Strategy Part III: Selecting Stocks That Are Growing in Price for Our Portfolio 189
Philip Morris International 192
AT&T 194
A Pretty Good Portfolio Stock 195

Chapter 24: Enhanced Income 199
Covered Option Writing 201
What Does This Have to Do with Options? 202
What? Give Up My Stock? Shame on You! 203
A Bit of Technical Analysis 204

Chapter 25: Portfolio Insurance 207
What Does Buffett Do? 209
So What Can We Do? 209
Ok, So What Can We Do to Take the Guessing out of Investing? 210
The Amazing Thing About Portfolio Insurance 210
Market Crash Mentality 211
Back to the Crash Mentality 211
Which Scenario Do You Prefer? 211
How Do We Insure Our Portfolios? 212
Cash, Cash, Cash 213
But How Much Cash? 213
What Do We Mean by Market Conditions? 215

Chapter 26: What Have You Learned? A Summary 217
Dividend Income and Growth Strategy 220
Portfolio Insurance and Enhanced Income 221
Putting the Odds of Success on My Side 222

Chapter 27: We Won t Leave You Out There Alone 225
www.wiley.com/go/buffettandbeyond 225
The Weekly Video 226
The Computer Program 226
Tutorial Videos 227
For Individual Investors 227
For Professional Money Managers, Wealth Managers, and Investment Advisors 228
About the Author 231
Index 233

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