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|Named Person:||Benjamin Graham|
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|ISBN:||9781616145576 1616145579 9781616145583 1616145587|
|Description:||368 pages,  pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Losing it all --
The margin of safety --
Top of the class --
Numbers don't (usually) lie --
The original security analyst --
All or nothing --
investors as business owners --
Dizzying heights & shuddering depths --
The folly of "Mr. Market" --
New beginnings --
Keynes, Hayek, & Graham? --
An eager young student from Omaha --
Disciples of value --
Stranger than fiction --
The ethics of money --
Of perpetual value.
|Responsibility:||by Joe Carlen.|
Just as Albert Einstein transformed the physical sciences, Benjamin Graham permanently revolutionized the science of investment finance with boldly original thinking. In place of thinly disguised speculation, Graham introduced a highly lucrative empirical system that many billionaires and multimillionaires credit for their success. In The Einstein of Money, the first biography of Benjamin Graham written with access to his posthumously published memoirs, Joe Carle explores the core principles that served as the foundation for Graham's astonishing personal success in business and his lasting influence on past and present investment titans. These include such luminaries as Warren Buffet, Irving Kahn, Walter J. Schloss, William J. Ruane, and Charles H. Brandes. But Carlen goes further, using scrupulous research and detailed interviews conducted with Graham's surviving children, friends, and associates, as well as Graham's own reflections from his memories, to explore this fascinating figure and his timeless investing strategy.
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