A review of my book on the Daily Reckoning. 350,000 readers. Review is here
The review is reproduced below with his permission:
The Prince of Deals
Prince Alwaleed is one of the world’s greatest investors. Born in 1955, he started out as an investor in the late 1970s by opening a small office on a side street in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He had $30,000. By 1988, Alwaleed was the subject of a Forbes profile. He was 33.
A quick review and feature in the August 2011 issue of Traders. The link is here and the re-pasted text below. What Would Ben Graham Do Now? A New Value Investing Playbook For A Global Age (298 pages, $29.99 hardcover, 2011, ISBN 978-0-13-217323-0) by Jeffrey Towson, published by Pearson Education Read more…
You can go to the Tradestreaming link to hear the audio. The Tradestreaming Introduction is pasted in below. Note: in the audio my title was said to be Chief Investment Officer which is not correct. This correction is also noted below in the text and on their site. —— Saudi’s Read more…
The below is reprinted from C. Oliver on Amazon. Informative, June 24, 2011 Value investing has taken a hit, many people watching their good money disappear with buy and hold have become disillusioned, either by getting out of the market completely, or trying to trade their way back to a Read more…
The following review was posted by Ted Stamas at Seekingalpha on April 29, 2011.
Money talks. So does What Would Ben Graham Do Now? A New Value Investing Playbook for a Global Age, by Jeffrey Towson, published by FT Press. Scheduled to be released in early June (I received an advance copy), the book really differentiates itself from the pack of finance and investing books I’ve read of late. Full of fresh ideas, this insightful and informative publication is not what it seems on the surface.