Benjamin Graham was one of the most successful investors who ever lived and remains the most influential investment thinker of all time. Warren Buffett’s teacher, first boss and intellectual hero, Graham worked on Wall Street for more than four decades, ran a market-stomping mutual fund, taught finance at Columbia Business School and wrote two classic books. Security Analysis (1934) is still the bible for professional money managers; The Intelligent Investor (1949) is, in Buffett’s words, “by far the best book about investing ever written.”
Source : JASON ZWEIG
100 to 1 in the stock market
One of the best ways to learn any domain deeply is to look at the actions of the experts in that domain and clone it. Cloning is not blind copying but instead it is rediscovering the reasons behind those actions and learning from it. This way we increase our odds of becoming an expert one day. I have seen this working in (1) Investments in the form of 13Fs (2)Programming; reading the code written by engineers better than us (3) Reading books which are read by people better than us. I follow few experts when it comes to reading books. I purchased the book 100 to 1 in the stock market by Thomas W. Phelps as soon as I saw the recommendation given below. In this post I will be summarizing some of the key ideas from it.
Source : Seeking Wisdom
To be a successful investor you need to know two things
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