Financial Fine Print lets individual investors in on the secrets that seasoned professional investors use when they evaluate a potential investment. Buried deep in a company’s quarterly and annual reports are the real clues to a company’s financial health: the footnotes. Financial Fine Print spells out exactly what investors need to look for within the footnotes of a company’s reports in order to make better, more informed decisions. For any investor who has spent the past three years watching their investments shrink, this book provides the critical tools that investors need to know to avoid getting burned once again.
Praise for Financial Fine Print
"A must-read for any investor serious about knowing what they own."
"It's beautifully written, combining both warmth and clarity, and as easy to read as it is to understand."
"The Financial Fine Print here is readable, useful, and potentially profitable!"
— Barron's Magazine
— Pittsburgh Tribune
"With a book as indispensable as this, there's no excuse to avoid wading into the thicket of footnotes before making financial decisions."
— From the Foreword by Thornton "Ted" Oglove