The Net Current Asset Value Approach to Stock Investing: A Guide to Purchasing Stocks Trading below Liquidation Value by Victor J. Wendl

The Net Current Asset Value Approach to Stock Investing

The Net Current Asset Value Approach to Stock Investing – Description

The Net Current Asset Value Approach to Stock Investing reviews the performance over a 60 year time period of purchasing stocks trading below net current asset value. The stock filtering criterion was popularized by Benjamin Graham, the father of value investing, and a mentor to Warren Buffett who considered his professor and former employer one of the most influential people in his life. The Net Current Asset Value Approach to Stock Investing also reviews the portfolio performance by combining the net current asset value criterion with other value investing stock screens such as high dividend yield and low price-to-earnings ratio. Using this simple approach of selecting stocks trading below liquidation value, individual investors can achieve excellent returns by devoting just one day a year to their portfolio.

The Net Current Asset Value Approach to Stock Investing – About the Author

Victor Wendl, CFP®, ChFC, is president of Wendl Financial, Inc., a registered investment advisory firm located in St. Louis, MO. A magna cum laude graduate of the University of Missouri – St. Louis, Wendl holds degrees in both mathematics and business administration. After completing his MBA with an emphasis in finance at the University of Illinois – Champaign Urbana, Wendl worked at Prudential Financial Services where he provided financial planning and investment advice to both corporate and individual clients. He is both a Certified Financial Planner™ and a Chartered Financial Consultant. As president of Wendl Financial, Inc. he continues to emphasize the value investment philosophy when managing clients’ assets.

The Net Current Asset Value Approach to Stock Investing: A Guide to Purchasing Stocks Trading below Liquidation Value