I am a modern day miner. When I am not digging for undervalued stocks, I would be burying myself into books.
Just last month, I blogged about this book “Deep Value Investing – Finding Bargain Shares with Big Potential” by Jeroen Bos.
When it comes to books on Investing, my stomach juices start to go into overdrive. Subsequent to a book purchase, I typically spend the next week or two digesting the contents – reading back and forth, deep diving for insights and trying to understand the featured superinvestor’s thought process by reading between the lines.
This post, I am going to share with you seven little, but hopefully useful nuggets of wisdom that I have mined from the book.
(1) Discount to Net Asset Value is Not Enough
Don’t blindly think that when a stock has book value of a dollar and sells on the …