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The Four Rules Method

Mia de Kuijper

in Profit Power Economics

Published in print October 2009 | ISBN: 9780195171631
Published online February 2010 | e-ISBN: 9780199871353 | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195171631.003.0020
 The Four Rules Method

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How will transparency and a new understanding of profit power affect the investor's pursuit of maximum realized returns? Transparency will define a new set of valuation challenges as well as open an immense new set of investment opportunities for investors. The declining cost of information and its two inevitable consequences have enormous implications for investors, and many of the changes will be truly exciting. Our Four Rules for Maximizing Profits Method allows business leaders to conduct evaluations and create action plans that will yield significant increases in value. This same method supplies investors with a fresh approach to value investing in transparency. Investors who study the Four Rules templates will have all the grounding necessary to analyze which companies have the greatest inherent value in transparency. In this chapter, we will provide specific templates to help investors evaluate what returns they may realize. The Four Rules and the templates are of use primarily to those investors who are commonly referred to as value investors or fundamental investors, and to investors who are considering taking equity or equity-linked investments in companies. Hence, this book adds new perspectives to update the Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham for the age of transparency.

Keywords: value investors; fundamental investor; intelligent Investor; equity; equity-linked; b. Graham; evaluation; action Plan; template; success

Chapter.  5730 words.  Illustrated.

Subjects: Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics

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