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Author: Pat Dorsey
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Over the years, people from around the world have turned to Morningstar for strong, independent, and reliable advice. The Five Rules for Successful Stock Investing provides the kind of savvy financial guidance only a company like Morningstar could offer. Based on the philosophy that investing should be fun, but not a game, this comprehensive guide will put even the most cautious investors back on the right track by helping them pick the right stocks, find great companies, and understand the driving forces behind different industries–without paying too much for their investments.
Written by Morningstar’s Director of Stock Analysis, Pat Dorsey, The Five Rules for Successful Stock Investing includes unparalleled stock research and investment strategies covering a wide range of stock-related topics. Investors will profit from such tips as:
- How to dig into a financial statement and find hidden gold . . . and deception
- How to find great companies that will create shareholder wealth
- How to analyze every corner of the market, from banks to health care
Informative and highly accessible, The Five Rules for Successful Stock Investing should be required reading for anyone looking for the right investment opportunities in today’s ever-changing market.
Table of Contents- The Five rules for successful Stock investing PDF
Introduction: Picking Great Stocks Is Tough.
Chapter 1. The Five Rules for Successful Stock Investing.
Chapter 2. Seven Mistakes to Avoid.
Chapter 3. Economic Moats.
Chapter 4. The Language of Investing.
Chapter 5. Financial Statements Explained.
Chapter 6. Analyzing a Company- The Basics.
Chapter 7. Analyzing a Company-Management.
Chapter 8. Avoiding Financial Fakery.
Chapter 9. Valuation- The Basics.
Chapter 10. Valuation-Intrinsic Value.
Chapter 11. Putting It All Together.
Chapter 12. The 10-Minute Test.
Chapter 13. A Guided Tour of the Market.
Chapter 14. Health Care.
Chapter 15. Consumer Services.
Chapter 16. Business Services.
Chapter 17. Banks.
Chapter 18. Asset Management and Insurance.
Chapter 19. Software.
Chapter 20. Hardware.
Chapter 21. Media.
Chapter 22. Telecom.
Chapter 23. Consumer Goods.
Chapter 24. Industrial Materials.
Chapter 25. Energy.
Chapter 26. Utilities.
“Not long ago, MagicDiligence reviewed Mary Buffett and David Clark’s Warren Buffett and the Interpretation of Financial Statem…… and concluded that, while possibly useful for beginners, experienced stock investors would dismiss the book as simplistic and adding nothing new. The review also mentioned that a good alternative for more experienced investors looking to add to their knowledge is Pat Dorsey’s The Five Rules for Successful Stock Investing.
Today we’ll take a look at that book. The author, Pat Dorsey, is currently the Director of Equity Research for Morningstar. Morningstar has historically been known for their 5-star scale of mutual fund ratings, but several years ago began applying the same scale to individual stocks. Since Morningstar’s focus is on durable competitive advantage, the firm’s investing philosophy correlates very well with that of the Magic Formula and of MagicDiligence. That makes the book particularly relevant and much of my stock analysis is based on techniques outlined in it. The Five Rules… is more or less a two part book. The first half deals covers the title, laying out the five rules for successful investing and then proceeding to expand on each of them. Without spoiling too much of the book, Dorsey’s five rules are:
1) Do your homework.
2) Find economic moats.
3) Have a margin of safety.
4) Hold for the long haul.
5) Know when to sell.
This first section then continues on to introduce the investor to the techniques of stock analysis. Topics covered include detailed explanations of each financial statement, the points of emphasis to look for in a good investment (such as growth potential and financial health), how to spot accounting blowups before they happen, how to value a stock, and so forth. For everyone interested in stock analysis, from 10 year pros to those just beginning to dip their toes in the market, these chapters contain invaluable and vital information. Nearly every investor will learn something new about evaluating companies and valuing stocks. One particularly valuable chapter is titled “The 10-Minute Test”, which will help you quickly throw out stocks that are not worth your time, while highlighting investment opportunities that warrant additional research.
The second half of the book is equally useful. In this section, Dorsey calls upon Morningstar’s sector analysts to lay out the intrinsic moat qualities and the factors that separate good and bad companies in a variety of sectors, including Health Care, Consumer Services, Media, Banks, and so on. It’s no secret to MagicDiligence Members that some industries are inherently better investment hunting grounds than others, and this book explains why. For example, retail is generally a difficult place to invest – there are no customer switching costs, tons of competition, and constantly changing consumer trends. On the other hand, most medical device makers have very high switching costs, as surgeons are trained on one company’s products and are loathe to learn the intricacies of a competing product, unless there is a very good reason to do so.
To close this review, a personal observation. Most investors routinely cite classic investing books like Ben Graham’s The Intelligent Investor as the place to start for novice investors. I respectfully disagree. I’ve read many of those great classics, but no one book has explained the details of company and equity analysis as directly or relevantly as this book. This is one of the most overlooked investing books out there, and comes highly recommended to all investors. “-The Motley Fool
“By resisting both the popular tendency to use gimmicks that oversimplify securities analysis and the academic tendency to use jargon that obfuscates common sense, Pat Dorsey has written a substantial and useful book. His methodology is sound, his examples clear, and his approach timeless.” —Christopher C. Davis, Portfolio Manager and Chairman, Davis Advisors
About the author
Pat Dorsey, CFA, is the Director of Stock Analysis for Morningstar, Inc. He writes regularly for Morningstar.com and heads Morningstar’s team of equity analysts. He was instrumental in developing the Morningstar Rating for stocks and played a key role in building Morningstar’s stock coverage. Dorsey is widely quoted in the media, including USA Today, U.S. News & World Report, NBC Nightly News, CNBC, and CNN. He also appears weekly on the Bulls and Bears financial show on FOX News Channel.
MORNINGSTAR, INC. is a Chicago-based global investment research firm. Morningstar is known for its independent research and analysis of stocks, mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, closed-end funds, and more. Morningstar is a trusted source for individuals, financial advisors, and financial institutions.
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