Class 1 (first half): PKU.Investment Committee_1_09.20.14.public
Class 1 (second half): PKU.Investment Committee_2_09.20.14.public
Standard Value Investing Books:
This are the best value investing books I think. I don’t stock pick so I don’t use these much. but great to read. My list is pretty standard. Continue reading
For final paper, here is a blank template for a standard company write-up Company-Eval-Form.Blank_
Here is an example of a company write-up done very well. Example of a Great Applied Value Investing Case Write-Up
#1 – Amazon best seller in “History-Asia-China”
#1 – Amazon best seller in “Business & Money-International”
“One hour with this book will make you an expert on business in China.”
- Dick Gephardt, Majority-Minority Leader, U.S. House of Representatives, 1989-2002
“For most people, the intellectual return on time spent reading this book is almost unrivaled.” – Value Walk
“This book simplifies China in a very elegant and smart way. These distinguished authors tell you clearly what you most need to know right now.”
- James McGregor, author of One Billion Customers: Lessons from the Front Lines of Doing Business in China
(reposted from SCMP here, May 9, 2014)
Jonathan Woetzel is the “go-to guru” for Chinese urbanization. He is a senior partner at McKinsey & Company and the co-Chair of the Urban China Initiative, a thinktank. Whether it is Chinese city officials, multinationals or government officials in Riyadh and Moscow, he is the person everyone calls for this subject.
I interviewed him about the current state of Chinese urbanization – and in particular about what people are getting wrong. Continue reading
(This article is reposted from Caixin Media on May 6, 2014, posted here)
As Alibaba files for its initial public offering (IPO) in the United States, analysts everywhere are engaged in a great game of valuation prediction. What is Alibaba really worth?
We have seen every technique cited – from cash flow projections and comparables to synthetics pricing and grey market trading. Thus far the low-end of predictions have put Alibaba at US$ 80 billion to US$ 100 billion. The majority of estimates are in the US$150 billion range. And a few analysts are making headlines with predictions of US$ 250 billion and above.