Warren Buffett On Ben Graham

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Benjamin Graham – The Intelligent Investor www.amazon.com


50 Responses to “Warren Buffett On Ben Graham”

  1. DolceEGabriel says:

    @101893kyle 18, can agree =D
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  2. 101893kyle says:

    The intelligent investor is one of the greatest books ever, love it and i am only 17

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  4. bpolley0 says:

    @IndexFundsAdvisors
    No it is not. The concept of an index fund is based on the fact that, without a significant amount of time for thorough analysis, an index fund is the second best thing. Efficient market hypothesis is a myth.

  5. valdezmiguel2 says:

    @77magicbus since you are such a successful investor, then surely your advise is valid.

  6. 77magicbus says:

    I have 3 to recommend. 1. Your money or your life, by Vicki Robin. 2. Common Sense on Mutual Funds, by John Bogle. 3. Unexpected Returns, by Ed Easterling, and his website crestmontresearch

  7. 77magicbus says:

    fdd

  8. boipinoi604 says:

    @npsheth978 I just finished that book and let me tell you, it’s the driest book I’ve read with all these trivias and what not… As if I wanted to throw the book against the wall… But the man behind it is genius…

  9. boipinoi604 says:

    @77magicbus Which books would you recommend for those new to investing?

  10. IndexFundsAdvisors says:

    “Additionally, those index funds that are very low-cost (such as Vanguard’s) are investor-friendly by definition and are the best selection for most of those who wish to own equities. ”
    – see page 10 of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. 2003 Annual Report
    ” ..the best way to own common stocks is through index funds…”
    – Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway Inc. 1996 Shareholder Letter

    The concept of an index fund is based on the principle that market prices reflect available information, ie., efficient.

  11. 77magicbus says:

    Thank you Mr Buffett. I appreciate all the wisdom and information that you and Ben have given us. I have read a couple hundred books on investing/money and find my attitude is more and more like yours every passing year. People are too much in a hurry to get rich. Best to figure out the game a little bit before rushing in with a little knowledge. Thanks for all you have done.

  12. shanergm says:

    @IndexFundsAdvisors
    Warren Buffet said, “I’d be a bum on the street with a tin cup if the markets were always efficient.” The recession of 2008 was severe enough to present many opportunities for stocks trading well below their intrinsic value. A 35 year old quote from a man who advocated value investing his whole life is not comprehensive and holds no weight.

  13. npsheth978 says:

    I am currently reading the Intelligent Investor and it is blowing my mind. Awesome book. Anyone who has not read this book and is interested in the stock market should pick up and read this book.

  14. jerryvalez says:

    according to “The Snowball” the reason Graham didn’t hire him originally was because he wasn’t jewish. he later changed his mind

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  16. IndexFundsAdvisors says:

    Shortly before his death in 1976, Graham was interviewed by Charles Ellis and said: “I am no longer an advocate of elaborate techniques of security analysis in order to find superior value opportunities. This was a rewarding activity, say, 40 years ago… but the situation has changed…. [Today] I doubt whether such extensive efforts will generate sufficiently superior selections to justify their cost…. I’m on the side of the ‘efficient’ market school of thought.”

  17. IndexFundsAdvisors says:

    Shortly before his death in 1976, Graham was interviewed by Charles Ellis and said: “I am no longer an advocate of elaborate techniques of security analysis in order to find superior value opportunities. This was a rewarding activity, say, 40 years ago… but the situation has changed…. [Today] I doubt whether such extensive efforts will generate sufficiently superior selections to justify their cost…. I’m on the side of the ‘efficient’ market school of thought.”

  18. mystcrich says:

    Thanks for introducing us to the man behind the ideas

  19. silentc1015 says:

    @danben72 When did they bail out Warren Buffett??? Get your facts straight before you slander people on Youtube.

  20. shodan78 says:

    The sum isn’t interesting it’s the relative sum to you income that decide if you are generous or not.

  21. danben72 says:

    @888888884488 I don’t know where you get this impression from. Only because somebody writes from his throne nice well versed words, which are btw edited by Carol Loomis, it doesn’t make him a integer person.If the crooked US gov together with the shameful FedReserve hadn’t bailed him out in 2008 he would be sleeping under a bridge today,not praising his friends in crime (Bush, Paulson, Bernanke, Geithner & Co,) from his moral high horse. I studied his life work: Sorry,he + Munger are a crooks!

  22. ScizRgaming says:

    @shodan78 he’s given BILLIONS of dollars to charity

    I’d say he’s generous

  23. shodan78 says:

    @888888884488 Warren buffett didn’t get to become a billionaire for beeing generous did he?

  24. 82snowball says:

    @pollywogA1 what did they say he did.

  25. pollywogA1 says:

    Talk about schmoooozing! Other students have told me that Benjamin Grossbaum (aka Benjamin Graham) was a rude, arrogant man. Wow, with Warren Buffett the glass is always half-full.

  26. fongkaki says:

    can anyone tell me which chapter of the book are we on?

  27. shashikapoorin says:

    To get investment books

  28. zaphappy23 says:

    Thank you for uploading this! I’ve been on the markets for only three years and this was one of the first books I read about investing. It was a bit much for an absolute investing n00b. Now that I’m merely a n00b, I understand it much better. As my investing experience increases, my understanding of this book deepens. What was previously difficult to understand, becomes simple, elegant truth.

  29. DolceEGabriel says:

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  31. gbabybompton says:

    @49fiori umm purchasing power of the dollar lost 95% so dow is worth less

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  33. CDPuffer says:

    It’s funny how this video has nearly 50k views but part 24/24 only has like 2k

  34. 1handjack says:

    LOL well said sir, i was only making a joke. Yes that was a principle idea in the book, look for a bargain on a good company, you are absolutely right. Sounds simple but the truth is only a few people can do it and do it right more often than not.

  35. 49fiori says:

    @boipinoi604 of course, it is measured the same way….

  36. boipinoi604 says:

    @49fiori I see, for the record, the down jones from 1920 is not at the same as today.

  37. 49fiori says:

    @boipinoi604 by reading many other books…

  38. 49fiori says:

    @1handjack you don’t have to, in March 2009 it was 6,600 today it is 12,600. You could’ve doubled your money, if you would invest 2 years ago. Look for bargains, just like when you go to supermarket you want to buy things at discount not when products are most expensive. Right? Buy your xmas cards in January for half price and use them same year in December for xmas. Got it? Keep thinking, at first it may hurt, but truth, beauty and wisdom will follow. Or don’t and travel back in time….LOL

  39. 1handjack says:

    @49fiori you are absoultely right…i will travel back in time invest in DJIA in 1920 and 90 years later i’ll get to spend my handsome profit…

  40. boipinoi604 says:

    @49fiori How did you manage to sum that up from reading the book?

  41. IndexFundsAdvisors says:

    Shortly before his death in 1976, Graham was interviewed by Charles Ellis and said: “I am no longer an advocate of elaborate techniques of security analysis in order to find superior value opportunities. This was a rewarding activity, say, 40 years ago… but the situation has changed…. [Today] I doubt whether such extensive efforts will generate sufficiently superior selections to justify their cost…. I’m on the side of the ‘efficient’ market school of thought.”

  42. 49fiori says:

    Mankind will always go forward, in research, science, technology, medicine, and in economy as well as stock markets of course. You cannot bet against the mankind and win, as well as you cannot bet against American and win. People who speculate and dance their way in and out of the markets will always lose money. Most hedge fund managers are bookies taking bets for or against stocks. How do you lose money in the market where Dow Jones Industrial Average went from $66 1920 to 11,871 last Friday?

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  49. jnicemint says:

    Hey, dis ain’t flava flave!!

  50. MARCNOKEL says:

    Don´t hope you have the stupid book!

    But his family is now all billionaires. Because all the stupid people want that book!

    😀

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