The 52-Week Low Formula

  • by Luke L. Wiley
  • Narrated by Luke L. Wiley
  • 5 hrs and 46 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A new but timeless strategy and mindset that should greatly help investors lower downside risk while achieving market outperformance.
In The 52-Week Low Formula: A Contrarian Strategy That Lowers Risk, Beats the Market, and Overcomes Human Emotion, wealth manager Luke L. Wiley, CFP examines the principles behind selecting the outstanding companies and great investment opportunities that are being overlooked. Along the way, Wiley offers a melding of the strategies used by such investment giants as Warren Buffett, Howard Marks, Michael Porter, Seth Klarman, and Pat Dorsey. His proven formula helps investors get the upper hand by identifying solid companies that are poised for growth but have fallen out of the spotlight. Shows you how to investigate companies and identify opportunities. Includes detailed discussions of competitive advantage, purchase value, return on invested capital, and debt levels. Presents several case studies to examine companies that have overcome obstacles by trading around their 52-week lows.
The 52-Week Low Formula is a must-listen for investors and financial advisors who want to break through conventional strategies and avoid common mistakes.

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Somewhat Dissapointing

This book leaves much to be desired. The author doesn't explain when to sell, except referring to a "reset". He doesn't explain to sell at a 50% profit, or at 52-week high, etc. Also, he never quite explains where to get the numbers or exactly how to make the calculations. Perhaps the printed book provides a little more, but the audio was disappointing.
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- Greg

must have for value traders

this is a great book for anyone looking to learn the strategies behind value trading.

the contents include a 5 step system that must be followed before buying a stock in order to remove any emotion and misinformation with your investents

after listening to this book I feel I have a good idea how to determine if a company is under valued but I feel that step 5 should be step 1. step 5 is seeing if the stock is at or near it's 52 week low. because it's a lot of work involved in the other 4 steps to only find that it is trading at a high point.

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- dylan nicholson

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-24-2014
  • Publisher: Audible Studios