Invest Like a Dealmaker: Secrets from a Former Banking Insider
Invest Like a Dealmaker outlines an approach to investing that is far removed from what most investors have been conditioned to believe, but which has produced consistent profits for its practitioners decade after decade. While the concepts covered are not well known by the average investor, they are well appreciated by Wall Street insiders and dealmakers—particularly those who think about stocks as whole companies, as things with real assets, and cash flows that exist in the real world.
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CHAPTER 1 A TALE OF TWO MARKETS
CHAPTER 2 THE DEALMAKERS TOOLBOX
CHAPTER 3 CREATING WEALTHOR WHAT MAKES STOCKS RISE
CHAPTER 4 HUNTING GROUNDS
CHAPTER 5 THE CRACKS AND CREVICES OF INVESTMENT WISDOM
CHAPTER 6 WHEN TO SELL
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