Table of contents for The little book of value investing / Christopher H. Browne.

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Introduction. You Need to Invest but You Don?t Need to be a Genius to do It Smartly
Chapter 1. Buy Stocks Like Steaks . . . On Sale
Buy stocks like you buy everything else, when they are on sale
Chapter 2. What?s It Worth?
Put your money to work like a banker.
Chapter 3. Belts and Suspenders for Stocks
First rule of investing: don?t lose money.
Second rule of investing: refer to rule number one.
Chapter 4. Buy Earnings on the Cheap
The lower the price, the higher the return.
Chapter 5. Buy a Buck for 66 Cents
Dialing for dollars at one third off.
Chapter 6. Around the World with 80 Stocks
The global search for value.
Chapter 7. You Don?t Need to Go Trekking with Dr. Livingston
You don?t need to venture to the most exotic places on earth to find value.
Chapter 8. Watch the Guys in the Know
Buy with the insiders.
Chapter 9. Things that Go Bump in the Market
Falling prices can be a two edged sword.
Chapter 10. Seek and You Shall Find
Uncovering treasures the modern way.
Chapter 11. Sifting Out the Fool?s Gold
When a bargain isn?t a bargain.
Chapter 12. Give the Company a Physical
A check up for stocks.
Chapter 13. Physical Exam, Part II
The stock checks out ok, but what can it earn?
Chapter 14. Send Your Stocks to the Mayo Clinic
Easy tips for a thorough examination from a professional.
Chapter 15. We are not in Kansas anymore!
Translating the books away from home.
Chapter 16. Trimming the Hedges
Currencies confuse even the experts.
Chapter 17. It?s a Marathon, Not a Sprint
It?s time in market, not market timing that counts.
Chapter 18. Buy and Hold? Really?
The choice between stocks and bonds.
Chapter 19. When Only a Specialist Will Do
How to pick a money manager. 
Chapter 20. You Can Lead a Horse to Water, But. . . 
You can?t make it drink.
Chapter 21. Stick to Your Guns
Appendix. Don?t Take My Word for It.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Investment analysis.
Corporations -- Valuation.