Five key lessons from the top managers by Scott Kays

By Scott Kays

An in-depth examine concepts and methods of 5 of the country's most sensible funds managers

In Five Key classes from most sensible funds Managers, Scott Kays faucets into the funding wisdom of 5 of the nation's ultimate funds managers-Bill Nygren, Andy Stephens, Christopher Davis, invoice Fries, and John Calamos. via wide interviews with those funding specialists, Kays chanced on 5 rules which are universal to them all. This e-book discusses every one of those 5 ideas in detail-and offers readers particular instruments to enforce what they have realized by way of constructing a step by step method that includes all 5 rules. Kays even teaches readers how you can reveal for corporations that meet the factors for caliber companies after which examine 3 of the qualifying businesses to figure out in the event that they promote above or lower than their reasonable industry value.

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Paul Pioneer Press, a page of stock quotes was conveniently located just behind the sports section. This meant the baseball statistics often filled the left-hand side of the paper, and a mysterious table full of unintelligible figures filled the right. Bill’s fascination with numbers eventually attracted him to the stock page. One day Nygren asked his dad what the mysterious numbers meant. His father explained they represented stock prices. As Bill studied the figures, the magnitude of their changes grabbed his attention.

They also currently sport about a 2 percent dividend yield. In a steady-state environment, therefore, you would expect to make 7 to 8 percent a year if you owned the whole marketplace (assuming you bought it at fair value). So Nygren wants to buy firms whose growth in value plus dividend yields equal at least 7 to 8 percent a year. qxd 40 4/29/05 10:45 AM Page 40 FIVE KEY LESSONS FROM TOP MONEY MANAGERS Bill is agnostic between no value growth and an 8 percent dividend, or 8 percent value growth and no dividend.

Qxd 28 4/29/05 10:44 AM Page 28 FIVE KEY LESSONS FROM TOP MONEY MANAGERS a big acquisition or divestiture, a major restructuring, or a new product launch. External changes include new technologies and regulatory events. Portfolio Allocation • Maintain a garden—a portion of the portfolio that includes small positions in stocks that meet your requirements but have not yet entered their profit cycles. • Increase your positions in companies as they begin their profit cycles and move them to your crop—that part of the portfolio where you take bigger positions in firms that have proven their abilities to meet your growth expectations.

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