Narrated by John Cleese, it’s a joy to watch this wonderfully light-hearted presentation of the 10 golden rules for successful equity investing
The 10 Equity Golden Rules Of Equity Investing Have Been Developed By Hugh Young, Managing Director Of Aberdeen Asset Management Asia, A Professional Investor With More Than 25 Years Experience
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The 10 Golden Rules Of Equity Investing
Aberdeen Asset Management has been investing for over thirty years. During this time, it has weathered numerous and varied market cycles. What it’s learned has come to form the bedrock of its investment approach; and the guiding element behind this is simplicity.
Hugh Young strongly believes in the virtues of doing the basics well. He's distilled his insights from the world of investing into 10 succinct rules for equity investing. None of them should surprise you, and they all share one distinct trait: a belief in common sense.
Click the next link to download a short ebook explaining Hugh Young’s 10 Golden Rules of Equity Investing (it's a large file so it might take a little while to download).
Here Are The 10 Golden Rules Of Equity Investing
Rule 1: Pay Close Attention To The Treatment Of Minority Shareholders
Rule 2: Companies Are About People Not Assets
Rule 3: Balance Sheet Strength Is Critical
Rule 4: Understand What You Are Buying
Rule 5: Be Wary Of Over-Ambition
Rule 6: Think Long Term
Rule 7: Benchmarks Are Measuring Devices
Rule 8: Take Advantage Of Irrational Behaviour
Rule 9: Do Your Own Research
Rule 10: Focus On Industries In Which It Is Possible To Have A Sustainable Competitive Advantage
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