Capital & Crisis only cares about one thing — value. Investment strategies come and go, but history shows that buying value is the only reliable way to build your wealth year after year with the least risk.
But today, finding value isn’t as easy as it once was. CEOs and CFOs know how to game the system, nudging numbers to where analysts like to see them. Classic valuation strategies — comparing price-to-earnings or price-to-book ratios — just won’t cut it anymore.
So if you want to buy a truly undervalued stock, you need to dig deep.
And that’s exactly what editor Chris Mayer does in every issue of Capital & Crisis. As a former corporate lending bank officer, Chris knows what makes good companies tick. He’s an expert at finding “treasures” in a company’s books, from undervalued assets to underappreciated business lines.
His careful research has given Capital & Crisis readers a chance to see gains of 114%… 103%… 109%… and more.
As you’ll quickly learn, Chris follows in the footsteps of legendary investors like Benjamin Graham or Warren Buffett — pinpointing the same kinds of companies they might buy. That’s no coincidence: Chris has an unusual fondness for old books, old investors and old ideas. He claims a personal library of over 400 books, numerous periodicals, papers and pamphlets, which he brings to bear on understanding the financial world of today.
His essays have appeared on a number of Web sites and publications, including The Mises Institute, the Freeman, The Daily Reckoning, GoldEagle.com, LewRockwell.com, FiendBear.com, PrudentBear.com, Grant’s Investor and Individual Investor Magazine. His views on financial matters have also been widely quoted, including in the highly regarded Grant’s Interest Rate Observer.
You couldn’t ask for a better guide to value stocks.