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The art of value investing

Aug 14, 2013

Here is today's recommended reading list from Equitymaster...

Ben Graham's 7 investments secrets
One of the most successful stock picking and investment methods in history is value investing. Started by the famous Benjamin Graham, the value investing approach - either in its pure or modified form - has allowed many investors such as Warren Buffett, John Templeton, Peter Lynch, Charlie Munger, Bill Ruane, just to name a few, to amass fortunes in the hundreds of millions, or even tens of billions, of dollars. This article informs us about Ben Graham's 7 criteria for picking stable value stocks. (

Impact of Chinese slowdown on other emerging economies
After a phase of robust growth, there have been signals of deceleration in the Chinese economy. This is likely to impact other emerging countries that earlier benefitted from China's re-export model and strong domestic growth. While economies like Korea and Chile that earn substantial revenues from exporting to the dragon nation will be hit hard, countries like India with low exports will benefit from better terms of trade in case of import of fuel and hard commodities. The author of the article disscusses the impact on 13 emerging economies. Read on to know more... (Business Insider)

Jim Rogers' take on India's economic woes
Renowned hedge fund manager, Jim Rogers continues to remain bearish on India. Although he feels that the country has vast wealth in terms of natural resources as well as intellectual prowess but the wealth has been wasted away by the ad-hoc policies of the government. Read on to know more... (HT Media)

Is Charlie Munger losing it?
Buffett's right hand man recently made a very controversial or should we say unconventional statement about energy security. He opined that as much as possible, a country should import oil rather than try and develop one's own reserves as hydrocarbons are a perishable commodity and once they are gone, they are gone forever. While the argument sounds logical, one man does not seem to be happy with it and has posted a sharp rebuttal. Read on to find out the counter argument to Munger's oil security theory... (Dividend Growth Investor)

The art of value investing
The author of the article discusses that value investing requires a wide knowledge base and huge patience to hold to investment bets no matter which direction the markets turn. Therefore, value investing is not every man's cup of tea. But those who have embraced it swear by its efficacy. Read on to know more... (GuruFocus)

Madhu Gupta

Madhu Gupta (Research Analyst), ValuePro has a post graduate degree in both physics and finance. Having worked with India's leading economic research agency, she has a natural flair for numbers and analytics. She brings with her a near-decade long rich experience in the field of finance. A firm believer of the principles of value investing, she looks for robust businesses with durable competitive advantages.

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