The list below (except for
Barron’s) is from the Recommended Reading section.
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Barron’s is my single most
important source of information about the economy and the
financial markets. The interviews with the buyside
investors are a gold mine of potential investment themes
and stock buys. Barron’s and a Cinnamon Crunch
bagel at Panera Bread make a great Saturday morning
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Christy, George C., Free Cash
Flow: A Two-Hour Primer for Management and
the Board (Bangor,
ME: Booklocker, 2006).
Henry, David, “Fuzzy Numbers”,
Business Week (October 4, 2004).
Howell, Robert A., “Tying Free
Cash Flows to Valuation,” Financial Executive (May 2002). To access
the article, follow
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Jackson, Cecil W., Business Fairy Tales (Mason,
Ohio: Thomson, 2006).
Koch, Richard, The 80/20 Principle (New York:
Koller, Tim; Goedhart, Marc; and
Wessels, David, Valuation: Measuring
and Managing the Value of
Edition, (Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, 2005).
Mulford, Charles W. and Comiskey,
Eugene E., Creative Cash Flow Reporting:
Uncovering Sustainable Financial
NJ: John Wiley & Sons, 2005).
Priest, William W. and
McClelland, Lindsay H., Free Cash Flow
and Shareholder Yield: New
Priorities for the Global Investor
(Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, 2007).
Rappaport, Dr. Alfred,
Creating Shareholder Value: A Guide for Managers
(New York: The Free Press, 1997).
Reingold, Dan, and Reingold,
Jennifer, Confessions of a Wall Street
Analyst: A True Story of Inside
Information and Corruption in the Stock Market
(New York: HarperCollins, 2006).
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