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Benjamin Graham on Value Investing For the first time, business journalist Janet Lowe provides a lively and lucid introduction to financial genius Benjamin Graham's investment theories, presented in terms of both his life and his work. Full description
Paperback, 272 pages
Published March 1st 1996 by Penguin Books (first published 1994)
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Derrick
Combines a bio of Benjamin Graham, with some of his insights. Short on value investing principles, the book made me more interested in Graham's writings themselves. I can't wait for the newly revised edition of his Securities Analysis to hit the shelves this September 2008.
Chris
Graham was an amateur economist, full-time philanderer, and the father of value investing. The book is written indifferently, with an aim to please everyone Graham knew, but has some great passages. It's a cigarette butt, so to speak.
Nick
I thought this was good! It was a great intro before reading the real deal: "The Intelligent Investor" by Graham. His life was interesting, very similar to his prodigal son, Warren Buffett.
Sam
If you’ve already read Benjamin Graham’s Intelligent Investor and Security Analysis, and want to read a biography of the father of value investing, you should check out this book.
Nicolai
hard to do today in usa, but good empahsis on the margin of safety. jakarta in 1998 was place for these ideas.
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Janet Celesta Lowe is an American author, university lecturer and business writer.

Janet Lowe's career as a writer has included everything from freelance feature writer to technical writer, poet, reporter, editor, media spokesperson and author of many books.
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