This book discusses finding high-potential, undervalued stocks. “Deep value investing” refers to finding companies that are bargains that can pay back multifold over the long term, and company stock that is cheap enough so that even if the company were to close the day after you bought it, its assets would still pay you out at a profit. However, for the best reward, so states this book, the real goal is to find stocks that may be ripe for turnaround. This approach is inspired by well-known investor Benjamin Graham, author of The Intelligent Investor. In this book, Bos covers using publicly available information to discover shares; an example of 10 investments; the strategy in practice; and what can go wrong and how to help prevent it.