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Buffettology

In Forex Books Reviews by andreyma

Review Buffettology: The Previously Unexplained Techniques That Have Made Warren Buffett The Worlds 

by MARY BUFFETT and DAVID CLARK

Description

If you are looking for something, probably a reading that will change the way you see the world of trading, try getting some Buffett. This isn’t the unlimited food you get to enjoy in a restaurant or hotel, but the world of trading, according to Buffett. 

(Waren) Buffett is a cemented name in the trading industry as he is one of the elites who became successful in trading. Hence, Buffettology is an ideology about trading, a new lens of seeing the world of trading, along with its complexities and intricacies. When you try to understand and see trading with some Buffettology, it’s like seeing success written all over your trading career as Warren Buffett cornered the market.  

Acquire the winning trading perspective and discover even more by reading Mary Buffett’s Buffettology.

About the Authors

Mary Buffett is a known international speaker on business and finance and a regular contributor to several publications. Marry Buffett, together with Sean Seah, incepted the Buffett Online School, which is a site dedicated to sharing investment insights through webinars. 

David Clark is Mary Buffett’s co-author for the book and has written several investment books.

Table of Contents

The book contains the following contents:

PART I: THE ART OF BASIC BUFFETTOLOGY

1. Before You Begin This Book

2. How to Use This Book

3. Roots

4. Investing from a Business Perspective

5. What Is Businesslike Investing?

6. Warren’s View of Earnings

7. The Price You Pay Determines Your Rate of Return

8. The Corporation, Stocks, Bonds — a Few Useful Explanations

9. Valuing a Business

10. The Only Two Things You Need to Know About Business Perspective Investing: What to Buy — and at What Price

11. What We Can Learn from Warren’s Secret Weapon: The Magic of Compounding

12. Determining What Kind of Business You Want to Own

13. The Theory of an Expanding Intrinsic Value

14. The Mediocre Business

15. How to Identify the Excellent Business — the Key to Warren’s Good Fortune

16. Nine Questions to Help You Determine If a Business Is Truly an Excellent One

17. Where to Look for Excellent Businesses

18. More Ways to Find a Company You Want to Invest In

19. What You Need to Know About the Management of the Company You May Invest In

20. When a Downturn in a Company Can Be an Investment Opportunity

21. How Market Mechanics Whipsaw Stock Prices to Create Buying Opportunities

22. Inflation

23. Inflation and the Consumer Monopoly

24. A Few Words on Taxation

25. The Effects of Inflation and Taxation on the Rate of Return, and the Necessity to Obtain a 15% Return on Your Investment

26. The Myth of Diversifications Versus the Concentrated Portfolio

27. When Should You Sell Your Investments?

28. Warren’s Different Kinds of Investments

PART II: ADVANCED BUFFETTOLOGY

29. The Analyst’s Role in Ascertaining Earning Power

30. The Mathematical Tools

31. Test #1, to Determine at a Glance the Predictability of Earnings

32. Test #2, to Determine Your Initial Rate of Return

33. Test #3, to Determine the Per Share Growth Rate

34. Determining the Value of a Company Relative to Government Bonds

35. Understanding Warren’s Preference for Companies with High Rates of Return on Equity

36. Determining the Projected Annual Compounding Rate of Return, Part I

37. Determining the Projected Annual Compounding Rate of Return, Part II

38. The Equity/Bond with an Expanding Coupon

39. Using the Per Share Earnings Annual Growth Rate to Project a Stock’s Future Value

40. How a Company Can Increase Its Shareholders’ Fortunes by Buying Back the Company’s Stock

41. How to Determine If Per Share Earnings Are Increasing Because of Share Repurchases

42. How to Measure Management’s Ability to Utilize Retained Earnings

43. Short-Term Arbitrage Commitments

44. Bringing It All Together: The Case Studies:

Gannett Corporation, 1994

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, 1992

McDonald’s Corporation, 1996

How Warren Got Started: The Investment Vehicle

46. Fifty-four Companies to Look At

47. Waiting for the Perfect Pitch Epilogue