Introduction Part One: The Backstory Chapter 1: A Bit About My Early Years Chapter 2: Going Solo (1991 2002) Chapter 3: Investing as a Team (2003 2014) Part Two: Theory: The Underpinnings of Investment Chapter 4: The Austrian School of Economics Chapter 5: Investment Chapter 6: Passive and/or Active Management Chapter 7: Investing in Stocks (I): Foundations and Principles Chapter 8: Investing in Stocks (II): The Opportunity. Valuation. Management Chapter 9: The Irrational Investor Lurking Within Us All Conclusions and Future Appendices I: 26 Small Ideas and One Guiding Principle II: Reading Material and Wealth Creation References Further Reading
FRANCISCO GARC A PARAM S is founder of Madrid-based Cobas Asset Management. Considered one of the leading value investors in Europe, his unique style of investing has returned exceptional results and earned him global notoriety. While an investment manager at Bestinver, his star rose to international acclaim as he gained a reputation as Spain's top fund manager by drawing 16 percent annually from markets for two decades. He's a self-taught investor who developed his own brand of asset management by combining the sensibilities of the Austrian business cycle theory with the principles of value investing, as practiced by such luminaries as Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffett and Peter Lynch.