Item description for Successful Value Investing in Asia: 10 Timeless Principles by Tony Measor by Tony Measor, Angela Vetter, Stephen Morris, Tom Roques, Walt Whitman, Sylvere Lotringer & E. L. Vouyoukas...
The Asian stock market is commonly regarded as confusing for many investors, yet it is arguably the most exciting market in the world today. In this fascinating book, Measor uses his personal insights and in-depth knowledge to show readers how to navigate the risky waters of investing in the Asian stock market, through ten timeless principles of investing from the need of investing to the basic elements of evaluating a listed company; from the importance of dividends to the choice of some good growth stocks; and from the hidden logics of IPOs to the trick of speculation. Readers will also learn the intrinsic value of some of the leading Asian and global companies. Measor holds no illusions in facing the pitfalls of the market, and his investment principles prove to be sound through the ups and downs of the market roller-coaster. Those who read and listen to the Guru s wisdom will get their rewards.
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Studio: World Scientific Publishing Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 6" Height: 9" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Release Date May 21, 2007
Publisher World Scientific Publishing Company
ISBN 9812705635 ISBN13 9789812705631
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Points to be taken with stories Dec 5, 2007
I wanted to give this 3.5 stars, but that is not possible. I went with 4 stars because I think 3 stars is not what the book deserves.
While not a definitive source for investing in the Asian markets, this book does give a fair historical view of those markets going back as far as the 50's. There are many references to HSBC which the author even admits "oh no, not again."
If you are looking for a way into the Asian markets, I don't think this will give you the edge. If you are an amateur investor then I'd recommend staying away from the Asian markets until you can gain a much better understanding of what Value Investing really is. For me, the Asian markets are still young on the outside. Getting all the necessary information required to really understand an Asian business is tough. While this book gives a general overview, it does not provide any direct references to evaluating a single Asian business as one needs to do as a value investor. As the book title suggests, it outlines 10 principles - which are not methods. I think a more appropriate title would have been, "10 Timeless Principles to Value Investing in Asia" to bring forward what the book is really about.