Summary of The Intelligent Investor
The Classic Text on Value Investing
Copyright © 2005 by Benjamin Graham
Summarized by arrangement with Collins Business, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
In 1949, Benjamin Graham wrote the seminal book on value investing – and his counsel still works decades later.
This classic book on investing belongs on the bookshelf of every investor. The principles that Benjamin Graham outlines are the very precepts that guided such great investors as Warren Buffett, and such mutual fund innovators as John Bogle, the noted Vanguard Group founder, who wrote this edition's foreword. First published in 1949, the text shows a few signs of age, most notably in its discussion of interest rates, investment vehicles such as savings bonds and other time-sensitive subjects. However, those are minor issues. When Benjamin Graham writes about categories of investors, approaches to security analysis, the proper disposition investors should have toward market moves, and other fundamental investment subjects, his advice is timeless. getAbstract highly recommends this seminal book.
In this summary, you will learn
- How to understand the fundamental principles of value investing as propounded by its founder Benjamin Graham, the man who literally taught Warren Buffett how to invest
About the Author
Benjamin Graham (1894-1976), the father of value investing, was also the author of Security Analysis and The Interpretation of Financial Statements.
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