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Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgments. Chapter 1 Ten Traits of The World's Greatest Bargain Hunters. Chapter 2 Fallen, Not Falling (An Important Distinction). Chapter 3 Great Moments in Bottom Fishing: The Fallen Angels Hall of Fame. Chapter 4 Buy CATS (Cheap and Timely Securities), Avoid Dogs. Chapter 5 Cycles and Wall Street's Wheel of Fortune. Chapter 6 Who Wants to Be a Billionaire? Chapter 7 Time Arbitrage, The Rational Investor's Ally. Chapter 8 The Pilot's Checklist For Safe and Effective Investing. Chapter 9 The Science of Demographics: A Glimpse into the Future. Chapter 10 How to Pick Stocks: The Fallen Angels Formula. Chapter 11 Profit from Panic, Corrections, and Volatility. Chapter 12 The Little Chapter that Makes You a Better Investor. Chapter 13 Will You Know When to Sell? Chapter 14 Real Estate: The Other Fallen Angel Opportunity. Chapter 15 Ten Fallen Angels for the Next Five Years. Chapter 16 Stocks and Bonds and Rock and Roll: My Story. Appendix: Recommended Books, Web Sites, and Helpful Sources. About the Authors. Index.
Gabriel Wisdom is a co-founder of American Money Management, LLC, and one of the nation's enduring radio personalities. Beginning in 1968 as an underground FM disc jockey, his financial commentaries have appeared in syndication, on CBS Radio, and on NPR. He's managed more than a billion dollars for wealthy investors since 1983, is comanager of two public mutual funds, and hosts a daily program carried on affiliates of the Business Talk Radio Network. Wisdom serves on several boards, including the Harvard Business School Alumni Club of San Diego, and is a licensed private pilot. Joe Tash's earliest recollection of asset gathering occurred on a trip to Florida with his parents when he was five or six years old, with his triumphant victory in a sea shell-collecting contest. Currently, Tash is a popular writer for several newspapers and publications.
"If you are looking for a book that explains how to screen stocks for a long-term investment, then start with Wisdom on Value Investing. You'll find it as entertaining as it is informative. His tips just might make you a bundle of money, or protect you from costly mistakes." - Thomas Bulkowski, thepatternsite.com, October 2009 " ... I liked this book because it presented value investing in a way that wasn't intimidating. It touched on a lot of investing topics, such as portfolio management and categorizing Fallen Angels, and subjects I haven't even mentioned and does so in a very casual and conversational way." - Jim Wang , bargaineering.com, January 2010 "You really can become a better investor if you pay attention to fundamentals, and look for investments that are underpriced but have good upside potential. You may not score big in a year or two, but you are more likely to see steady gains over the years if you employ some of the techniques in Wisdom's book." " - Miranda Marquit , AllBusiness.com, February 2010