Complete summary of Benjamin Graham's book: qThe intelligent investor: The Classic Text on Value Investingq The review of the ideas in Benjamin Graham's book qThe Intelligent Investorq shows that an intelligent investor is qbusinesslikeq. 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 qknow the business youare investing inq, qknow who runs the businessq and qchoose investments for their fundamental value, not for their popularityq. Added-value of this summary: ac Save time ac Understand the key concepts ac Expand your business knowledge To learn more, readqThe intelligent investorq and succeed in the choice of your investments.This is a very technical areaof investment which will require specialist knowledge on the partof the investor. Note especiallyall of theseadditional investment activities are carried outon the basis of analysis of the underlying value of a securityanbsp;...
|Title||:||Summary: The Intelligent Investor - Benjamin Graham|
|Publisher||:||Primento - 2013-02-15|