LITTLE BOOK BIG PROFITS
"In value investing, you cannot do better."
"Chris Browne is one of the best value investors in the world. What he has to say is always worth paying attention to."
Barton M. Biggs, Traxis Partners, and author, Hedgehogging
"Legendary value investor Chris Browne derived his skills from Ben Graham and Warren Buffett. His helpful book, filled with common sense and uncommon insights, distills his four decades of experience into a set of guidelines that will make any investor more effective."
Byron R. Wien, Pequot Capital Management
"Forget Wall Street. It′s a promotion machine. Forget almost all books on investing. They won′t help you. But this book will. Chris Browne makes sense."
Jean–Marie Eveillard, former portfolio manager, First Eagle Funds
"Brilliant value investor Chris Browne uses this gem of a book to explain how value investing works, how to understand value in a stock, how to use accounting information on domestic and foreign firms to your advantage, and how to allocate your (hopefully growing!) portfolio over time."
Glenn Hubbard, Dean and Russell L. Carson Professor of Finance and Economics, Columbia Business School
Chapter One: Buy Stocks like Steaks . . . On Sale.
Chapter Two: What s It Worth?
Chapter Three: Belts and Suspenders for Stocks.
Chapter Four: Buy Earnings on the Cheap.
Chapter Five: Buy a Buck for 66 Cents.
Chapter Six: Around the World with 80 Stocks.
Chapter Seven: You Don t Need to Go Trekking with Dr. Livingston.
Chapter Eight: Watch the Guys in the Know.
Chapter Nine: Things That Go Bump in the Market.
Chapter Ten: Seek and You Shall Find.
Chapter Eleven: Sifting Out the Fool s Gold.
Chapter Twelve: Give the Company a Physical.
Chapter Thirteen: Physical Exam, Part II.
Chapter Fourteen: Send Your Stocks to the Mayo Clinic.
Chapter Fifteen: We Are Not in Kansas Anymore! (When in Rome).
Chapter Sixteen: Trimming the Hedges.
Chapter Seventeen: It s a Marathon, Not a Sprint.
Chapter Eighteen: Buy and Hold? Really?
Chapter Nineteen: When Only a Specialist Will Do.
Chapter Twenty: You Can Lead a Horse to Water, But . . . .
Chapter Twenty–One: Stick to Your Guns.
Don t Take My Word for It.