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After graduating from Wadham College, Oxford, Glenn Martin started a career in the City. Over 34 years he worked for a number of financial institutions. For the latter part of this career he worked as Chief Information Officer for investment banks. In 2004 he won the Banking Technology Award for the Best IT Operational Achievement.
As a successful private investor, in 1994 Glenn developed a ... Read more on Glenn Martin
"A raft of useful advice...a useful aid to investors of all levels of expertise. Not many books aimed at the private investor actually explain how to create and apply valuation models in such a simple manner, so for that reason alone the book is well worth a read." - Spreadbet magazine
"This is an excellent - and very readable - guide to the principles and practice of valuing shares from an expert with a first-rate record of identifying stock-market opportunities. A must-read for both aspiring and established value investors." - Dominic Picarda, Associate Editor, Investors Chronicle
About the Author
This very easy to digest book was written by Glenn Martin for the purpose of helping private investors their investment decisions more viable. Glenn himself started his career in ...
How to value shares and outperform the market by Glenn Martin
Buy low and sell high is the secret to successful stock market investing, but how to achieve this goal taxes the best brains in the ...
How to value shares and outperform the market: A simple, new and effective approach to value investing by Glenn Martin
Glenn Martin, who has a background in investing and IT, ...
Why the FTSE100 is better than cash
? Shares Magazine
12th January 2012
An excellent book landed on my desk before Christmas called How to Value Shares and Outperform the Market by former Cazenove banker Glenn Martin. Martin takes a swing at most investing ratios like ...Read more
"An excellent book."
Forecasting the Footsie (or is buy and hold dead)?
4th January 2012
Super-size Your Pension
? Investors Chronicle
30th December 2011
This is Money
The aim of savers should be to maximise the real returns on their savings - returns stripped of inflation.
If the nominal value of your savings has doubled and inflation has tripled, you are ...
Book mentioned by David StevensonRead more
Another very practical book I?ve been reading is How to Value Shares and Outperform the Market by Glenn Martin, published by Harriman House
I?m always slightly wary of boosterish titles about ...
Beating the markets
The simplest way to make money in the stock market is to buy shares when they are cheap and make profits when their prices increase. This technique is known as value ...
Buy The Book - How to Value Shares and Outperform the Market
? Pensions World
28th November 2011
Glenn Martin, author of the new book ?How to Value Shares and Outperform the Market? talks to Trading Diary about investing in the FTSE 100.
1. Who are you?
I spent my employed career of 34 ...
Competition - Win a copy of How to Value Shares and Outperform the Market? by Glenn Martin.Read more
At times, investing can seem like trying to navigate blindfolded, especially to the novice trader. We might know where we start from and where we want to end up, but we aren?t sure how to get there ...Read more