Equity Mates Book Club


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November Book Club


This month we're readingJoel Greenblatt's 'The Little Book That Still Beats The Market'. Join us, as we'll be discussing it on the first episode of next month.

Joel Greenblatt's fund Gotham Capital averaged 40% return a year over 20 years.

If you need more reason to keep reading, his book is considered a classic of value investing. As the Wall Street Journal has written "'Little Book' is one of the best, clearest guides to value investing out there."


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