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August 17, 2018

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Who’s Walter Schloss?

American investor Walter Schloss (August 28, 1916 – February 19, 2012) was another famous disciple of the Benjamin Graham school of investing. The noted value investor died in 2012 of leukemia. Walter Schloss  was another great example that disproved the notion that the market was efficient. Talking of market efficiency, here’s a notable quote from legendary investor Warren

Market Value vs Intrinsic Value of a stock

To better understand what “intrinsic value” is for a stock, let’s first look at the stock’s price-earnings ratio , sometimes referred to as  the PER, the P/E ratio or just the P/E. The price (P) in the numerator refers to the price of the stock. The earnings (E) in the denominator refers to the earnings

Are you an intelligent investor?

One great bonus in reading the revised edition of Benjamin Graham’s The Intelligent Investor book is the accompanying commentary for each chapter and even for the introduction by veteran investment writer Jason Zweig. What exactly does Benjamin Graham mean by an “intelligent” investor? “Back in the first edition of this book (The Intelligent Investor), (Benjamin)

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