Despite holding positions of Professor of Investment and Professor of Corporate Finance, Glen Arnold concluded that academic life was not nearly as much fun (nor as intellectually stimulating) as making money in the markets. As a wealthy investor in his fifties, he now spends most of his time running his equity portfolio and a property development company from an office in the heart of rural Leicestershire, far from the noise of the City of London. His main research focus explores the question, 'What works in investment?', drawing on the ideas of the great investors, academic discoveries and corporate strategic analysis - see www.glen-arnold-investments.co.uk. While he used to teach on this subject in the City, he would now rather concentrate on actual investment analysis, but does explain his investment choices and discusses investment ideas at newsletters.advfn.com/deepvalueshares.He is the author of the UK's bestselling investment book and bestselling corporate finance textbook.
"Great lessons for life, as well as investment. --John Chatfeild-Roberts, Jupiter Fund Management. "Useful history and lucid investment analysis." --Lawrence A. Cunningham, Editor, The Essays of Warren Buffett. "It's a fabulous book if you really want to learn and see the thinking of Mr Buffett ....go get it right now." -- Moe Ansari, MarketWatch. "Buffett followers will welcome this addition to the already huge Buffett bibliography. Arnold's book will be even more illuminating to investors who are in search of an overarching rationale for their investing decisions." --Brenda Jubin, ValueWalk. "While scores of books have been written about Warren Buffett, Prof. Arnold has created a work from which anyone interested in Saga of Omaha - and investing in general - can learn something new. The author provides great insights into the thinking behind each major deal, how Buffett crafted his own investment style and how numerous colleagues and friends helped him along the way. For any investor keen to learn how to repeat Buffett's success this is a must read." --Richard Gill, CFA, Master Investor magazine. "The book is an easy and thought-provoking read." -- Jeremy Prescott, writer for Share Society. "It's a fabulous book if you really want to learn and see the thinking of Mr Buffett .... go get it right now." --Moe Ansari, MarketWatch