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The Aggressive Conservative Investor by Martin J. Whitman

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Published by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. in New York .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL24250271M
ISBN 109780471774037

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Back in the ’s he wrote a book detailing his approach to value investing, which has since been updated, called The Aggressive Conservative Investor. He has taught for 30+ years at . The Aggressive Conservative Investor book. Read 12 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This no-holds-barred presentation of one of th /5(12).   Ë The Aggressive Conservative Investor á The Aggressive Conservative Investor focuses exclusively on value investing Martin J. Whitman È specifically in distressed securities, which is a different approach than Warren Buffet s value strategy The authors, writing in the s, take an analytical approach to value and also assesses value as if you were a controlling owner The approach .   The Aggressive Conservative Investor also contains a good bit of information about securities analysis. While it is not as in-depth as "Security Analysis" (the Graham and Dodd classic), the chapters on financial accounting and GAAP are a must read, particularly since the book convincingly demonstrates that the utility of financial statements /5(19).