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Benjamin Graham Deep Value Stocks

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Benjamin Graham is credited as the founder of value investing. In 1934, he published 'Security Analysis', and this today remains one of the most important texts for value investing.
Arguably the world's richest and most famous investor Warren Buffett learned value investing from Benjamin Graham himself.

Graham's approach to value investing is to look for companies that trade below their intrinsic value. Based on a company's financial statements, we can use book to market ratios or price to earnings ratios in order to find value stocks.

Specifically, we look for companies trading at deep discounts below their book values, or companies with very low P/E ratios.

Here we share with you many of insights we've picked up along the way that define Benjamin Graham's approach and philosophy to value investing and the approach we follow in identifying the right deep value stocks.

A Brilliant Track Record of Know-Nothing Investing

Joel Greenblatt is hugely influenced by what he calls the Grahamian 'know nothing' investing. And he recognised that Graham's techniques needed tenacity and discipline more than anything else. Greenblatt authored a seminal piece in The Journal of Portfolio Management in 1981, arguing the only way the small investor can beat the market is by looking for undervalued stocks... Read More

Pouring 'Benjamin Graham' Wine into a 'Trading' Bottle

Benjamin Graham explained his recipe for a successful investment strategy. It has three crucial ingredients: (1) sound logic, (2) simplicity of application, and (3) an excellent supporting record. Again, this is the basis of our Microcap Millionaires service - a balanced blend of each. Here's how we put those concepts to use in other way altogether: Momentum investing... Read More

Intelligent Speculation with Benjamin Graham

Benjamin Graham's classic definition of investing does not seem to allow for any intelligent speculation. Nevertheless, dear readers, we am compelled to share a few observations, and we think you will find that Graham is indeed open to some intelligent speculation... Read More

Benjamin Graham - The Original Value Investor

For a long term investor, Benjamin Graham's approach has proven itself as an effective method to outperform the stock market over time, while minimising risks. It is important to keep in mind that this method works over the long term only, and it requires patience and discipline from the investor to be successful... Read More

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