Creating a Portfolio like Warren Buffett by Jeeva Ramaswamy
A High Return Investment Strategy

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The practical guide to investing the Warren Buffett way

Creating a Portfolio like Warren Buffett: A High Return Investment Strategy highlights actual trades author Jeeva Ramaswamy has successfully executed using principles established by investment guru Warren Buffet. Clearly explaining how Buffett's principles can be used to make specific investments the book, unlike other investment guides, also clearly explains how to apply Buffett's exit strategies as they pertain to holding or selling positions.

Giving readers a complete overview of Buffett's methodologies and how to apply them, the book is a step-by-step stock research checklist and comprehensive guide to investing and managing a successful stock portfolio. It includes detailed instructions to:Determine where to search for stock prospectsThoroughly research stocks using a stock research checklistConfidently make buy and sell decisionsExpertly manage your portfolio

Packed with specific stock examples, real-life calculations, and expert tips, Creating a Portfolio like Warren Buffett is your guide to harnessing the market savvy of an investing legend.

 

About Jeeva Ramaswamy

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Jeeva Ramaswamy is a managing partner of GJ Investment Funds, an investment fund modeled after the original 1950s Buffett partnership, that has delivered a compounded annual return of over 72 percent (net to investors). He has been profiled in International Alternative Investment Review and hedgefundexchange.net. Prior to joining GJ Investment Funds, he was CEO of Miracle Software Inc., an information technology and solutions company.
 
Published February 7, 2012 by Wiley. 284 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Young Adult. Non-fiction

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