The Success Equation - Untangling Skill and Luck in Business, Sports, and Investing by Michael J. Mauboussin (CFA Institute, 2013)

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Michael J. Mauboussin - Head of Global Financial Strategies at Credit Suisse in New York - holds a strong view that demonstrating investment skill by investment managers requires persistent and predictable performance. Expectations investing is a process for identifying attractively priced stocks by first estimating the market’s expectations of key value drivers and then determining the likelihood that the company can or cannot meet those expectations.

This paper is a transcript of Michael's presentation at the Equity Research and Valuation Conference 2012 held in Philadelphia on 6–7 December 2012 in partnership with CFA Society Philadelphia.
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McKinsey on Finance Quarterly Magazine - Winter 2016

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McKinsey published a new issue of its legendary quarterly "McKinsey on Finance" several weeks ago with the following four thought-provoking articles: Valuing high-tech companies; M&A 2015: New highs, and a new tone; How the best acquirers excel at integration and Pharma M&A: Agile shouldn’t mean ad hoc. It is a superb study source, which can help you integrate your knowledge from the CFA Curriculum to real business world. On top of that, the charts included might be an interesting inspiration source for your own analysis and presentations.

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