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The Characteristics of The Intelligent Investor
  1. Patient
  2. Disciplined
  3. Keen to learning new things
  4. Able to keep emotions in check
  5. ...

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The Intelligent Investor, Rev. Ed

The Intelligent Investor, Rev. Ed

by Benjamin Graham

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What Consists Intelligent Investing
  1. Intelligent investing requires a thorough analysis of the company's (that you'll be investing in) fundamentals
  2. Includes the competency to protect himself from or against severe losse...

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BENJAMIN GRAHAM

“People who invest make money for themselves; people who speculate make money for their brokers.

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The Intelligent Investor vs The Spectator

The investor believes that the market price is judged based on the established standards of value while the spectator bases all their judgment on market price.

To distinguish whether you a...

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BENJAMIN GRAHAM

The stock investor is neither right or wrong because others agreed or disagreed with him; he is right because his facts and analysis are right.

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The Rule of Opposite

Benjamin Graham stated that the more enthusiastic investors and speculators become in the long run (of investing), the more certain they are to be proved wrong in the short run because the...

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Types of Investors

In Benjamin Graham's book, he defines two types of investors based on the aggressiveness of their portfolios:

  1. The active / enterprising investor; and
  2. ...

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Once you have your capital, invest 50% of it into bonds or an index fund (depending on market conditions) while the other 50% to be invested on individual stocks.

However, when investing o...

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Before investing your capital:

  • make sure that their current ratio is below 1.5
  • debt must be no more than 110% of working capital
  • current earnings per share must be gr...

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Margin of Safety

This is a principle of investing wherein an investor purchases securities only when their market price is significantly below their intrinsic value.

The formula to determine...

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