The Zulu Principle | Jim Slater

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Jim Slater was the former auditor and controller who in the 1960s introduced “asset stripping” and “takeover battles” to the London Stock Exchange. During the happy 1960’s and until the stock market crash in 1973, the stock market value of his acquisition platform Slater Walker increased 100-fold. In the aftermath of the stock market crash, Slater lost everything, after which he started again investing privately and wrote some books – one of them being “The Zulu Principle”.  

A summary of the book can be read here.

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