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  • Gebundene Ausgabe: 288 Seiten
  • Verlag: Crown Business (2. März 2010)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0307461866
  • ISBN-13: 978-0307461865
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 16,1 x 2,8 x 24,4 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 319.730 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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“Finally, an investment book that’s easy to understand and actually works in the real world.  PAYBACK TIME will make a lot of people very, very rich!”
--T. Harv Eker, author of the New York Times #1 bestseller, SECRETS OF THE MILLIONAIRE MIND
 
“There's never been a better time then now to start over and finish rich!  Recessions make millionaires and Phil Town's strategy for stockpiling wealth in the stock market is a fantastic vehicle for achieving that goal.  You'll realize when you read this that it’s still possible to recapture your dreams of a richer, better future.”
 --David Bach, #1 New York Times bestselling author of START OVER, FINISH RICH and THE AUTOMATIC MILLIONAIRE
 
“Masterful in its insights...brilliant in its simplicity and practicality! With uncompromising clarity, Phil Town exposes the truth about how poorly mutual fund managers perform, then proceeds to teach a very precise methodology for finding, evaluating, and investing in valuable businesses. PAYBACK TIME is a must read for everyone who's ready to take complete control of their financial freedom, and wants to do so with confidence, safety, and sound investment principles.”
--Tony Martinez, Founding Partner, Wealth Without Risk, LLC
 
“Town knows how to play by the rules in the ‘making big money’ game. Consider his book a gift to your financial library.”
--Robyn Spizman, New York Times bestselling author and founder of The Giftionary.com

“An incredible book that will teach you how to achieve financial independence faster than you ever thought possible.”
--Brian Tracy, President, Brian Tracy International
 
"Town has nailed it…PAYBACK TIME gives you the insight and mindset to maximize your investments.”
--Joe Sweeney, President of Corporate Financial Advisors and author of NETWORKING IS A CONTACT SPORT



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5 von 5 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Lanthanium am 6. März 2010
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Ich kaufte mir Ende August 2010 die gerade neu erschienene Taschenbuch-Ausgabe von "Payback Time" aus dem Verlag "Random House Business Books" aus Großbritannien, da die Taschenbuch-Ausgabe gegenüber der gebundenen Ausgabe nur noch die Hälfte kostete. Das Taschenbuch ist sehr gut verarbeitet und - genau wie Town's erstes Buch "Rule No. 1" von "Random House" auf ordentlichem, leicht gelblichem Papier gedruckt. Die Rückenbindung ist stabil und die Seiten lassen sich recht gut aufbiegen, bleiben aber nicht stehen wie bei billigen Büchern. Graphiken und Text sind exzellent gesetzt bis auf ein paar Excel-Tabellen, die leider schnell und schlampig als ziemlich unscharfe Bilder reproduziert wurden statt sie kurz im Satzprogramm nachzubauen. Ich fand bisher keinen einzigen Schreib- oder Rechenfehler ("Rule No. 1" enthielt noch einige wenige Rechenfehler). Das Buch ist ein Qualitätsprodukt.

Auf der Rückseite befindet sich ein aktuelles, sehr gelungenes Portrait von Philip B. Town und daneben prangt kämpferisch in Versalien die Headline "Learn How The Mutual Fund Industry Is Ripping You Off!". Tatsächlich geht Phil Town mit der Investmentfonds-Industrie im zweiten Kapitel ("Mutual Fund Investing Makes No Sense") so hart ins Gericht, dass man meint, er hätte eine persönliche Rechnung offen. Dabei geht es hauptsächlich darum, dass aktiv gemanagte Investmentfonds auch dann hohe Verwaltungsgebühren aus dem angelegten Kapital entnehmen, wenn sie für den Anleger Verluste einfahren und eigentlich hauptsächlich daran interessiert sind, AUM (Assets Under Management = Anleger-Kapital) in größtmöglicher Menge einzusammeln, um davon möglichst hohe Gebühren abschöpfen zu können.
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"Both low and high,
Rich and poor together." -- Psalm 49:2 (NKJV)

If you read and liked Rule #1 and are using that method, you probably will be disappointed in Payback Time. If Rule #1 seemed appealing, but was beyond what you could apply on your own, you'll probably find Payback Time easier to use.

I once attended a major investing seminar conducted by one of the most famous motivational speakers in the world. He spent two hours on an exercise where we were supposed to learn to buy low and sell high. Most people were delighted with that lesson, even though we only learned the principle . . . not how to implement it. I was shocked to see how little it takes to please those who don't know much about stock investing. But I assume you are well beyond that level.

If you are fan of Rule #1 (as I am), let me cut to the chase: Payback Time primarily gives you a buy-low-and-hold version of Rule #1 along with an update concerning online resources available and a more complete Web site to help you perform the details. Of the two books, Rule #1 is for those who want to be very active investors. Payback Time is for those who want to do less work and pay less attention to the market day-to-day.

Lest you take that point lightly, let me mention that I once had a book contract to write a similar book. I returned the contract after a few months of struggling to explain in simple language with not too many words how to do some similar evaluations. I found it to be harder than it was worth doing. As a result, I admire Phil Town for sticking with his writing to produce a book that is clear, simple, and not too hard to implement.

Do I take exception to anything he had to say? Sure I do. Anyone would. But the advice is pretty sound.
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Little new information 15. März 2010
Von Roman M - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've read Rule # 1 back when it first came out and I thought it was excellent. I'm about halfway done with Payback Time and so far 90% of the information is simply rehashed information from his first book. The one thing that appears to have changed is that MSN now apparently gives 10 year data for free, which was not available when Rule # 1 came out (back then you had to pay a third-party company to obtain 10-year data about a stock and MSN and Yahoo only offered 5-year data if I remember correctly). So if you haven't read either book and are wondering which one to pick up I would say go for the second one (Payback Time). If you've read Rule # 1, reading the second book certainly won't hurt for repetition sake, just don't expect any major new information. The concept of stockpiling is nothing revolutionary. Simply buy more shares when the price goes down. Wow. The one thing I did not like about Payback Time is how Phil is constantly directing the reader back to his website for every little piece of extra information. And he doesn't tell you what link on his site to click on for each piece of information so you end up randomly clicking on his site until you find what you're looking for (not to mention the fact that you have to register in order to use the site in the first place and it keeps on logging you out every few minutes for some reason).
Having said that, I still have to give credit to Phil for his clear writing style. He has a special ability to take complex information and making it understandable to the average person. I also like the fact that he gives his email address in the book and encourages readers to contact him with any questions. I like that type of service. I will update this review as soon as I'm done reading the book.

3/16/10: As a side note, I also have noticed, like others, that many of the raving reviews for this book sound fake (some almost sound like an infomercial) and are from users who have only reviewed a single item (i.e. this book).

4/1/10: In chapter 5, "Eight Baby Steps to Wealth", Phil walks you through a tool on MSN's website called "Deluxe (stock) Screener" (also known as "Supercharge your search"). It's supposed to be a free stock screener that lets you find companies that match Phil's criteria for great companies (saves you a ton of time). Unfortunately, this tool no longer exists (MSN retired it back in November of '09!). However, Phil recently posted an entry on his blog saying that you can find the exact same information on google's website. If you go to "Google Finance" look for Stock Screener. It's supposed to be just as good as MSN's Deluxe Screener. I will be playing around with this tool and will post an update soon.

5/26: Remember how I said that Phil gives out his email address in his book and encourages readers to ask him questions? Well, I sent him a question (regarding the use of Google Finance - see my post from 4/1) in late March all I got was an automated reply saying that someone would get back to me and no one ever did. So much for that. So if you have any questions, I would call the number listed on Phil's website. They will answer your questions.
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Valuable Introduction to Buying Low and Selling High as an Individual Investor 11. April 2010
Von Donald Mitchell - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
"Both low and high,
Rich and poor together." -- Psalm 49:2 (NKJV)

If you read and liked Rule #1 and are using that method, you probably will be disappointed in Payback Time. If Rule #1 seemed appealing, but was beyond what you could apply on your own, you'll probably find Payback Time easier to use.

I once attended a major investing seminar conducted by one of the most famous motivational speakers in the world. He spent two hours on an exercise where we were supposed to learn to buy low and sell high. Most people were delighted with that lesson, even though we only learned the principle . . . not how to implement it. I was shocked to see how little it takes to please those who don't know much about stock investing. But I assume you are well beyond that level.

If you are fan of Rule #1 (as I am), let me cut to the chase: Payback Time primarily gives you a buy-low-and-hold version of Rule #1 along with an update concerning online resources available and a more complete Web site to help you perform the details. Of the two books, Rule #1 is for those who want to be very active investors. Payback Time is for those who want to do less work and pay less attention to the market day-to-day.

Lest you take that point lightly, let me mention that I once had a book contract to write a similar book. I returned the contract after a few months of struggling to explain in simple language with not too many words how to do some similar evaluations. I found it to be harder than it was worth doing. As a result, I admire Phil Town for sticking with his writing to produce a book that is clear, simple, and not too hard to implement.

Do I take exception to anything he had to say? Sure I do. Anyone would. But the advice is pretty sound.

I thought the best part of the book was in defining the sell discipline, something few investment books take seriously. I think he sets a pretty high target, one that may cause you to miss some well-timed selling opportunities.

The main problem with the method is that to have lots of opportunities you require stock market collapses occurring reasonably often. During a period such as the 1990s (especially on the NASDAQ), you might find it difficult to apply the method to stocks you understand well that are dramatically under priced. In today's environment, I suspect bargains by this method are few, for instance.

My main quibble with the book is that Mr. Town spends about 20 percent of the content explaining that mutual fund returns aren't very good, the expenses piled onto mutual funds cause your returns to be much lower, and sharing his view that you cannot count on Social Security. All of this material was worth about two or three pages, not fifty.

Do your homework!
20 von 20 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
More than just a book review 3. September 2010
Von The Dude - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
Ok, I'll try to be concise here. I like the book. Yes, some of the concepts in Rule #1 are re-hashed here, but I thought the presentation from this book was better. If you buy the book, however, you'll see that you are offered a "scholarship" to attend a Payback Time workshop for free, which I decided to attend. As most people know, very few things in life are for free. As I expected from the "free" 2-day workshop, it was a technique to get people interested in purchasing additional training and access to software tools/data which have been developed specifically for using the techniques outlined by Phil in the book to find good companies to invest in. For the most part, the free workshop covered what was in the book, and there was some introductory coverage of options as well. It was nice to have someone available to address audience questions from topics not understood from the book, but I was disappointed that about half of the workshop time morphed into discussion about buying the tools/data & training. What really surprised me though is the book focused mostly on "investing", but the trainers talked a lot about "trading", especially with options. While I thought the tools/training looked pretty good, even the lowest package they offered was for $5,000 (which was for 6 months access to the tools/data), it felt like for me to spend that much money, I would really need to spend a lot of time learning, paper trading, and watching the markets, which I really don't have. I'd love to quit my job and be a trader, but in this economy it feels too risky right now. It's too bad that Phil doesn't blog/share a little more often for free on his website ([...]) so I could've better followed his ideas in advance of attending the class. Since some of the packages included "access to Phil" (to ask questions, discuss ideas, etc.) I might've been more inclined to spend the money had I had a little more experience with Phil in advance of the class. Phil actually Skype'd into the session to explain the packages and answer audience questions. I am still interested in the offerings, so I may go back later if circumstances change.
10 von 10 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Good Advice But Must Be Tempered with Common Sense 7. April 2012
Von Bob's Eagle - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
I read Rule #1 in the Fall of 2008, and decided that I would commit to this method for finding and investing in stocks from now on. I am not an individual stock buyer but know that I needed to learn in order to grow my money. I spent a lot of time learning how to find and evaluate businesses, and how to work all of the numbers. I thought I had a good handle on these things when I found Panera Bread (PNRA) on sale as a good Rule #1 business. I bought it in the mid $40's and it went down to the mid $30s when I sold it. I decided that Rule #1 Investing was just another bad advice book. BUT in the Fall of 2010 PNRA caught my eye again and it was trading over $120 and I knew I made a mistake not following it with Rule #1. So I re-read the book and started my quest again to find a good business with a MOS to buy. This time I stayed committed to learn, first by paper trading, then with real $$$.

Over the next year I tried to get into and out of stocks according to the 3 tools with only moderate success. It is much more difficult a concept to understand than Phil makes us think it is. He makes it sound easy to watch the 3 tools and get in and out like you get into and out of the swimming pool! When the tools say "get in" and you buy, the price drops. More importantly, when the tools say "get out" you sell, and the stock keeps going up so you really can't get back in it again unless you pay more for it. Confusing and expensive!

Then when Payback Time came out I bought and read it right away. I was surprised that Phil recommended stockpiling now instead of getting in and out of stocks. But with a good description about how to use FAC's to do it, I figured it made sense. I am trying to hold on to the stocks I bought without selling them, and am buying more shares off and on. But as many others agreed, this is just the common way to buy stocks!

Finally, I am most disappointed about how many good stocks I found that "soared" but I did not buy because they did not fit into either a Rule #1 or Payback Time criteria. Either they had too long a payback time, were Tech stocks (that Phil does not recommend buying because too risky), or they did not have a MOS. Some of these include: Priceline.com (PCLN) which has a MOS but a 13-year Payback time and is a tech. BUT it was at mid $400's in Nov. 2010, and 5 months later is over $750! Another one is Fastenal (FAST) which did not have a MOS but has soared probably over 60% in a year! I wanted to buy these when they were cheap but did not,and I am kicking myself for being too strict with my choices under Phil's criteria for finding a good company.

I am still using all I have learned with finding the numbers, MOS etc, but have become a bit more open to buy if I feel that the business will grow, even if it is not exactly a "Wonderful Business."

Good Luck to all!
17 von 20 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Great add up to Rule #1 25. April 2010
Von R. Teran - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
I have my own results to prove what I learned from Phil's Book Rule One and Payback Time. I started a 100K portfolio in february 2009 when all the technical indicators on the S&P 500 where indicating me to get in. I picked 8 stocks that I screened according to his methods that meet the Big 5 numbers criteria , had meaning, moat and good management. Its been a little more than a year , i sold a few times and bought back. Currently my portfolio is up 161.5% in a little more than one year. I started using packback time as a screening tool now and picked a few Rule one stocks with Payback times of less than 7 years 1 month ago, since then I am up 11% compared to the Dow 3.26% . I am a believer in Phil's teaching. If you follow every step methodically and get your emotions out of you decision making I am sure you'll more than beat the market. I am doing it and expect to keep doing it. I knew very little about investing before reading Phil Town's . To me this are the best practical books about investing in stocks for the long term. Anyone that doesn't get the result I am getting is not following all the steps thoroughly.

Great job Phil.

I hope to to talk to you soon on your blog.
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