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The Case for Long-Term Value Investing

A guide to the data and strategies that drive stock market success

By Jim Cullen

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The Case for Long-Term Value Investing

A guide to the data and strategies that drive stock market success

By Jim Cullen

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Value investing moves in and out of favour, but the data doesn’t lie. It has always worked, and will continue to work — as long as investors apply a value discipline and invest for the long term.

In The Case for Long-Term Value Investing, experienced Wall Street pro Jim Cullen presents the eye-opening data that backs this up, explaining how investors can use the value approach for successful investing today, as well as sharing a wealth of fascinating stories from his time on the Street.

Discover:

The true principles of value investing
Jim’s stock-picking method in detail
Inspiring case studies of successful value investments
How to apply the value discipline through practical strategies.

The Case for Long-Term Value Investing also includes a concise history of the last 100 years of market history — showing just how crazy the market can be — with a review of bear markets, recessions, bubbles, melt-ups, interest rates, and much, much more.

The Case for Long-Term Value Investing is the ultimate introductory guide to how and why value investing works, how to understand the markets, and how to be a successful investor.

About the author

Jim Cullen has almost 60 years of investment experience. He started in 1964 with Merrill Lynch in what was then their new Wall Street office. He later worked with two of Wall Street’s top research firms Spencer Trask & Co. and Donaldson Lufkin & Jenrette. Before beginning a career on Wall Street, Cullen spent four years as a Navy officer aboard the USS Essex, after graduating from Seton Hall University.

Jim Cullen founded Schafer Cullen Capital Management in 1984. Based in New York, the advisory firm presently manages approximately $18 billion in assets, and has approximately 40,000 clients in separately managed and mutual fund accounts.

Published: 22/02/2022
Pages: 272
Formats: hardback - ISBN 9780857199478
ebook - ISBN 9780857199485
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