Regarded as one of the pioneers of modern investment theory, Philip A. Fisher's investment principles are studied and used by contemporary finance professionals including Warren Buffett. Fisher was the first to consider a stock's worth in terms of potential growth instead of just price trends and absolute value. His principles espouse identifying long-term growth stocks and their emerging value as opposed to choosing short-term trades for initial profit. First published in 1958, this investment classic is considered a must-read as the foundation for many of today's popular investment beliefs.
|Series:||Wiley Investment Classics Series , #16|
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Table of Contents
COMMON STOCKS AND UNCOMMON PROFITS.
Clues from the Past.
When to Buy.
The Hullabaloo About Dividends.
How I Go About Finding a Growth Stock.
CONSERVATIVE INVESTORS SLEEP WELL.
The First Dimension of a Conservative Investment--Superiority in Production, Marketing, Research, and Financial Skills.
The Second Dimension--The People Factor.
The Third Dimension--Investment.
The Fourth Dimension--Price of a Conservative Investment.
DEVELOPING AN INVESTMENT PHILOSOPHY.
Origins of a Philosophy.
Learning from Experience.
The Philosophy Matures.
Key Factors in Evaluating Promising Firms.