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I just finished this book over the past couple of days. While I don't think I learned anything strikingly new that I have not learned over the past ~7 years of investing, I believe the book was worth the time and effort to read it. The book boiled down the fundamentals of value investing in an easy to understand way. It was a great refresher and I can see it being a greater motivator if someone's patience is starting to give.

yofluke
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I can see it being a greater motivator if someone's patience is starting to give.

Just what I needed, a reminder to keep at it. Value investing..digging around looking for bargains, takes a lot of time.

With regard to Greenblattt's book, I see myself using it to produce a list from which to start the digging. The companies that turn up on his screen meet a certain minimum qualifications. From there, the number crunching begins.

Thanks yofluke.

Frank D in CT
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