Tuesday, June 17, 2014

BuffettBooks - A free and great site to learn Warren Buffett's Value Investing

Stocks Investing is an on-going journey, a journey of on-going learning and sharpening on what we've learnt. Besides keeping abreast with the markets development and reading Annual Reports (like what Warren Buffett would advocate, click here to see how he compares reading Annual Reports with playboy, in an interview).
There are plenty of resources, both online and offline, free or paid, to learn Value Investing (which is also the investing strategy that I am following). Having said that, it is always never enough to learn new perspective/insights from different writer/author (on the same subject).
Today, I would like to share a FREE and great site that providing a detailed video courses on Value Investing. It is call BuffettBooks, I am still going through the video courses myself and so far I like what I've learnt.
Following are some key reasons why it is recommended (especially for the newbies) :
1. The course is systematically into three different levels (Introductory, Intermediate and Advanced Lesson Plans). Each of these Lesson Plans further broken down into mini series to cover specific topics. This enable the learner to pick and choose the specific level/video to watch and learn.
2. The presenter, Preston Pysh is the bestselling author of, Warren Buffett's 3 Favorite Books and The Diary of a West Point Cadet. He managed to dissect and breakdown the technical lingo/knowledge into bite-size and easy to understand layman terms.
3. This video course is actually the gist from the following Value Investing classics:
Security Analysis (700 pages),
The Intelligent Investor (640 pages),
The Wealth of Nations (1264 pages),
The Theory of Investment Value (613 pages), and
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway shareholder’s reports (296 pages)
4. It is a video course and hence we can learn and absorb the knowledge faster.
5. There is a built-in calculator for THE most important indicator of Value Investing i.e. the Intrinsic Value. If you like to go straight to the calculator, click here.
I know many of you might have already passed this basic learning stage long ago, but if you are newbie to Value Investing (like me), do check it out.
The only way to "keep earning" is to "keep learning" ;-)

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