Benjamin Graham and David Dodd, 1934

The “new-era” doctrine—that “good” stocks (or “blue chips”) were sound investments regardless of how high the price paid for them—was at the bottom only a means of rationalizing under the title of “investment” the well-nigh universal capitulation to the gambling fever.

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