Value.able - Roger Montgomery“Follow the steps outlined in Value.able, and I believe that over the long run, you cannot help but beat the market.”

The stock market can be richly rewarding and the broad market indices relatively simple to beat over time but you must first discover the steps to identifying the very best stocks and the steps to buying them for less than they’re worth.  Value.able invites you to not only discover and master the steps to successful value investing but to also hear and watch how Roger Montgomery applies the steps to identifying the best stocks and avoiding the worst with stunning audiovisual clips and screencasts from his own trading screen and using the software he invented.

Using this visually rich and captivating premium version of Montgomery’s best seller will entertain, engage, educate and enrich through all of the stock market’s trials and tribulations.

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2 thoughts on "Value.able digital edition now available on the iBookstore"

  1. Got it, very readable on my iPad. However the page flipping mechanism is slightly unconventional. Note. This book only works on ipad but not iPhone.

  2. Thought i would use this as a chance to encourage those interested in investing to get this book. The new version looks great by the way but i don’t have an ipad.

    Value.able is quite frankly the best book i have read on the subject of investing and vaslue investing. It is clearly written and easy to understand if you are very new to the market. It is a step by step guide to understanding how to identify quality companies and more importantly, miss the bad ones.

    I thought about value.able just yesterday, many people willg et their stock tips from media and i was reading a sydney paper that had an article about the 23 top stock picks, the part in this article that brough value.able to my attention was the following:
    “there is a bias to more SPECULATIVE miners and aleternative energy PLAYS. Six of the 23 companies are NOT expected to make money this financial year”. (Emphasis added by me).

    I think even without my emphasis you can see some problems with the blurb i extractd and those who read value.able definitley would. The above article in a newspaper is why Value.able is so good. It helps you unleash yourself from getting advice from sources like the article above.

    Value.able is the beggining of your investment journey and not the end, it provides a good foundation to build upon and clearly outlines some very attractive and important things to loook at when analysisng companies.

    Since i bought it during its first edition i have read it at least another 4 times (and certain chapters a lot more) and is always near by to act as a reference when looking at companies.

    I am in no way affiliated with any of Rogers ventures, i am just a fan of this book and think it is an important read for anyone who wants to exercise their financial IQ muscles.

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