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Five Key Lessons from Top Money Managers


Praise for Five Key Lessons from Top Money Managers

"This book can help you implement and hone a successful investing strategy. Kays distills the strategies of some of the market's best thinkers and shows you how you can put their ideas to work for yourself. Novices and pros alike will find much of value here."
—Don Phillips, Managing Director, Morningstar, Inc.

"It is rare to find a book like this that is both advantageous for the adept, well-seasoned money manager as well as amateur investors seeking to build their own personal investment philosophies. Kays continues to prove his proficiency in financial insights with the analyses in this book."
—Gene W. Henssler, PhD, President and CIO of The Henssler Financial Group Portfolio Comanager of The Henssler Equity Fund

"An interesting, informative, and understandable book on investing that is ideal for both the novice and advanced investor. Kays provides a process for evaluating securities that every serious investor should be aware of if they want to improve their investing abilities."
—Billy M. Williams, Chairman and founder of National Association of Investors Corporation (NAIC), Atlanta Chapter

"Reading this book is like having a private audience with some of the best investment managers in the country. A practical how-to guide for developing a winning investment process."
—Peter C. Speros, CFP®, Managing Director, Sullivan, Bruyette, Speros & Blayney, Inc.

"A serious book for serious investors that deserves shelf space in your library. Read it and profit. You'll be a MUCH better investor."
—Harold Evensky, Chairman, Evensky & Katz

SCOTT KAYS, CFP®, founded Kays Financial Advisory Corporation in 1985, an Atlanta-based money management firm now with over $100 million in client assets. He has written numerous magazine articles and presented financial seminars for major corporations, including IBM, AT&T, and BellSouth. He has been quoted in the New York Times, Washington Post, Investor's Business Daily, Bloomberg Wealth Manager, Journal of Financial Planning, and Money magazine. Kays earned a BS in industrial management from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is also a member of Mensa (the international high-IQ society), Gamma Beta Phi National Honorary Fraternity, and the Financial Planning Association.

1. The Return of Common Sense.

2. Andy Stephens: Lead Portfolio Manager, Artisan Mid Cap Fund.

3. Bill Nygren: Lead Portfolio Manager, Oakmark Select Fund, Oakmark Fund.

4. Christopher C. Davis: Portfolio Manager, Selected American Shares.

5. Bill Fries: Portfolio Manager, Thornburg Value Fund, Thornburg International Value Fund.

6. John Calamos Sr.: Portfolio Manager, Calamos Growth Fund.

7. Five Common Principles of the Professionals.

8. The Artist Meets the Technician: Developing an Investment Philosophy and Process.

9. Finding the Blue Light Specials.

10. Valuing Stocks.

11. A Big Value in an Orange Box.

12. PEs, PEGs, and IRRs.

13. Just Do It!

Appendix 1: Investment Resources.

Appendix 2: Stock Investment Screen.


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