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Benjamin Graham on investing

Author: Benjamin Graham; Rodney G Klein; David M Darst
Publisher: New York : MrGraw Hill, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A collection of early articles by the seminal Wall Street theorist, originally written between World War I and the Great Depression, offers insight into how his theories may be applied for a better understanding of today's comparable market.
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Genre/Form: Nonfiction
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Graham; Rodney G Klein; David M Darst
ISBN: 9780071621427 0071621423
OCLC Number: 277205738
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xiv, 400 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Curiosities of the bond list --
Valuation of great northern oil certificates --
Inspiration's difficulties and achievements in 1917 --
Nevada Consolidated- a mining phoenix --
Secrets of invested capital --
The great steel tax mystery --
American agriculture and Virginia-Carolina --
High yield and safe investments --
Hidden assets of Consolidated Gas --
Bargin hunting through the bond list --
Attractive industrial preferred stocks --
Northern Pacific outstrips Great Northern --
A neglected chain store issue --
The art of hedging --
Which is the best sugar stock? --
The "collapse" of American International --
The Goodyear reorganization --
Is United Drug cheap at 53? --
Speculative opportunities in railroad stocks --
Arithmetic and stock values --
A true talk on bone yields, or --
The unscrambling of reading --
How to apply the scientific theory of switching to concrete cases in the present market --
Eight stock bargains off the beaten track --
Eight long-range opportunities in the low-priced issues --
Six bargains in low-priced dividend paying stocks --
Reading, the market's "sleeping beauty" --
Simple tests for determining the value of railroad preferred stocks --
A diversified list of low-priced stocks --
Are C. & O. holders unfairly treated? --
Effect of rail consolidations upon security values --
Bargain-hunting not thrilling but immensely profitable --
A victory for the small stockholder --
The riddle of U.S. Steel's book value --
Mr Shareholder do you know when periodic stock dividends help and when they hurt you? --
The new era of discrimination in the selection of securities.
Responsibility: edited by Rodney G. Klein ; commentary by David M. Darst.
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Early in this career, Benjamin Graham's wrote a number of articles appearing in the Magazine of Wall Street. This is the first time they have been published in book form.  Read more...

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