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This was the first book I read on picking stocks, and I still refer to it occasionally. It contains some very good information on how to evaluate companies. Some of this information has since been updated on the Motley Fool website, and continues to be. That's one thing I like about their outlook: they are willing to change their approach as they continue to learn... Published on February 23, 2000 by Ruth Henriquez Lyon › See more 5 star , 4 star reviews 45 of 46 people found the following review helpful: Good, but out of date MFIG was a great book at the time, but Father Time has not smiled on the book ...
This is by far the worst book on investing I’ve ever read. I experienced a feeling of fear in reading this book know, I read something better. Do not invest his book as a value. The author tries to find companies with low P / E should be fundamentally sound. It is very short description of what is unnecessary and it is not sustainable. In fact, his method for determining the value of a stock as a whole is very flat. I felt like it was just a journalist described the surface of things. It says nothing about where to find a social base, but we have just described, they should look like ... Read More