KinAlberta Posted February 27, 2015 Share Posted February 27, 2015 Book value is always thrown out there as a measure of value yet so much can affect a book value I thought I'd see what people think of it as a measure, its strengths, weaknesses, etc. Too me the rate of book value growth should be a better indicator but is it? Maybe not for cigar butt investing. Anyway, everyone's thoughts please. Some articles (based on AAII research)... The Importance of Book Value by Charles Rotblut, CFA http://www.aaii.com/journal/article/the-importance-of-book-value?adv=yes FINDING THE WINNERS AMONG LOW PRICE-TO-BOOK-VALUE STOCKS ￼￼By John Bajkowski http://www.aaii.com/journal/article/finding-the-winners-among-low-price-to-book-value-stocks And coincidentally a what worked article that just seems to have been published today... (I was looking for an AAII article published last June) Does Complexity Imply Value? AAII Value Strategies From 1963 To 2013 Posted By: VW StaffPosted date: February 27, 2015 http://www.valuewalk.com/2015/02/does-complexity-imply-value-aaii-value-strategies-from-1963-to-2013/ http://www.alphaarchitect.com/blog/2014/10/20/backtesting-13-aaii-value-strategies-what-wins/ April, 2007 IT'S HARD TO BEAT LOW PRICE-TO-BOOK by LARRY http://www.austinbug.com/larvaluebug/archinvest4-07.html Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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