Throughout How To Value Invest I will show and give you access to all the best information I have learned from over the nearly five years and thousands of hours that it took me to put together. I will show you how to do various valuation techniques yourself, talk about my investment thought processes and why I did what I did, and how to put all of this information together into an excellent value investment thesis with your own personal criteria. If you study and implement the techniques and thought processes that I talk about in this book, and have or develop the proper mind-set, than you will not only be saving potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars on tuition costs, but I will also help you save thousands of hours of time of having to search the infinite internet site by site like I had to. If you continue to work hard, implement, and learn what is in the book than you too have the potential to become an excellent value investor too; one that is better than most MBA’s and professional level investors at evaluating companies for potential investment.
The premise of this book is very simple: You no longer need to go to an expensive Ivy League level school to learn how to become an excellent value investor, and I am going to show you the steps I took to teach myself about investing and how you too can become an excellent value investor. Almost 100% of the information I learned from was found free online but I did supplement with books which is where the minimal costs came from. If you want to become an excellent value investor faster, while also saving yourself a lot of money in the process, then continue on and learn from my value investing journey.
Jason Rivera has invested for five years and dedicated himself to becoming an excellent value investor in February of 2012. He is completely self-taught from books, websites, blogs, etc because he was not able to go to college due to health issues. He is a very conservative deep value and special situations investor who melds the philosophies of Warren Buffett, Benjamin Graham, Seth Klarman, and Joel Greenblatt into his own company analysis. He is aspiring to build his own "personal" MBA through the knowledge he is constantly gaining and contributes articles to Seeking Alpha, Guru Focus, and Insider Monkey. If you like his work please visit this books accompanying blog Valueinvestingjourney.com where he writes about value investing, shares where the links and books that he learns from, and posts his articles. Jason lives with his family in Western South Dakota. Value Investing Journey