Summary: the Intelligent Investor - Benjamin GrahameBook - 2013
Complete summary of Benjamin Graham's book: 'The intelligent investor: The Classic Text on Value Investing' The review of the ideas in Benjamin Graham's book 'The Intelligent Investor' shows that an intelligent investor is 'businesslike'. It means that he or she approaches investing in just the same way as if one were to look at buying a business or a partnership in one. This summary highlights six principles of intelligent investing such as 'know the business you're investing in', 'know who runs the business' and 'choose investments for their fundamental value, not for their popularity'.
Publisher: [United States] :, Business Book Summaries :, 2013.
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