The book isn’t really about anything other than my investing philosophy. Basically, what we’ve done in the book is set up the framework that I’ve developed over decades as an investment analyst. I describe the process from the time that I find an idea in the stock market that looks interesting. I then go through how I check that it’s a good investment by auditing it. I explain how I look at the accounts and I go through techniques that, as an amateur investor, you would have no idea about. But I’ve looked at thousands and thousands of company accounts, so I figured I’d give some shortcuts and tricks. The book is really about trying to help people get to the right answer — and get there more quickly and less painfully.