Thank You To Everyone Who Has Read This Blog

I just wanted to say thank you to everyone around the world who reads this blog for everything including the conversations I have had with some of you, the help, encouragement, and understanding since starting this value investing journey.  Without you reading and helping me, the book that launches tomorrow would not have been possible and I would not be nearly the value investor that I am today.  Thank you all so much, I appreciate you all immensely, I hope you have learned as much as I have from this site, and I plan to continue to bring you the best valuation and analysis articles and value investing related content possible.


I also wanted to share below the Dedication and Acknowledgements pages from How To Value Invest where I thank specific people for all that they have done in helping get the book together.

I am so excited to share the book with everyone tomorrow!  Some time late tonight I will send out copies of the eBook early to those of you who have preordered as a thank you for preordering.  For everyone else the book will be available for sale sometime tomorrow morning.


For my wife, kids, and family.  Thank you for being there over the years and supporting me through everything.  I would not have been able to do this without you.


“If I have seen a little further it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants.” Sir Isaac Newton

Thank you to John from CSInvesting, Red from The Red Corner Blog, Taylor From Valueprax, Jeff, from Ragnar Is A Pirate, John from Shadowstock, The Brooklyn Investor, The Fundoo Professor, and all other value investing and related blogs for sharing your knowledge, conversations, and encouragements over the years.  You all have had an extraordinary impact on my life and me as an investor and I would not be where I am today without all of you.  Thank you so much.

Thank you to Dr. Wes Gray and Tobias Carlisle, authors of Quantitative Value, for your opinions and encouragements.  This book is infinitely better because of the feedback from you both.

Thank you to Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffett, Seth Klarman, and Joel Greenblatt for sharing your experience and wisdom with the world.

Thank you to Tim Ferriss for sharing how to hack the world and sharing your adventures.  Without the Four Hour Work Week and the sharing of your amazing life adventures I would have never had the motivation to finish writing this book.

Thank you to Dean and Eda Nelson, Chen Vincent, Kevin McKenna, and Amir Yizhaki for believing in the book enough to preorder it.