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by Charles Tatham,Benjamin Graham

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Charles Tatham,Benjamin Graham
McGraw-Hill; 4th edition (1962)
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Security Analysis Benjamin Graham. 739 Pages · 2006 · 3. 2 MB · 32,805 Downloads ·English. I thought then that it was by far the best book about investing ever written. after publication The Intelligent Invest. benjamin graham benjamin. 22 MB·7,801 Downloads. BENJAMIN GRAHAM AND DAVID DODD forever changed the theory and practice of investing with the 1934. Benjamin Graham - The Intelligent Investor. 34 MB·8,555 Downloads.

Benjamin Graham’s Security Analysis is absolutely still relevant today. The book’s core insight: If your analysis is thorough enough, you can figure out the value of a company - and if the market knows the same. It’s amazing how few professional investors have actually read it, despite it containing timeless concepts and ideas. I teach a course at a business school that starts with Graham’s Security Analysis, and have used it to mentor many an aspiring value investor. Here is what is still relevant: Margin of safety. Buffett has said that Graham was the second-most influential figure in his life, after only his father. Ben was this incredible teacher; I mean he was a natural, he said.

Security Analysis: Principles and Technique, 4th Edition By Benjamin Graham and David Dodd. 1962. Silver exterior. 778 Pages. McGraw-Hill.
  • DO NOT BUY THIS EDITION- GO GET THE 2ND EDITION INSTEAD (either the kindle or physical version)!! Both the physical copy and kindle version of the 6th edition exclude 30+% of the critical information on how to go about actually evaluating certain investments. I don't know why McGraw Hill excluded such important chapters from this edition, only to allow you to access the missing chapters from a CD Rom (which is not compatible with so many computers nowadays). I spent over an hour trying to get the missing chapters. Go save yourself the trouble, and just buy the 2nd edition.

    Benjamin Graham and David L. Dodd have written an excellent book. It's easy to follow and has an incredible amount of insight. Don't lose out on it by buying the incomplete 6th edition. The commentary and forwards provided are great in the 6th edition, but they in no way make up for the shockingly VAST amount of MISSING content.

    **Shoutout to theamazing Amazon Kindle rep who helped me figure this out and take care of the issue! McGraw Hill was of ZERO help**

  • Both the original content and the additional content in his edition are great. However, the additional content has been added at the expense of eleven chapters and the appendix, which you must use an included CD to access. The CD however does not even contain the chapters themselves, but a link to a webpage from which to download them. I purchase physical copies of nonfiction books because the formatting is generally superior to e-book versions, making them easier to read. This has been particularly counter-productive in this instance, as not only is it annoying to have to switch, but the missing chapters seem to have been removed almost at random. Also, the provided digital chapters are .pdf files instead of e-book files, so reading them is actually worse than reading a normal e-book.

    The ridiculous thing is that I would have gladly paid extra for the full thing in two print volumes.

  • "Price is what you pay, value is what you get"

    In the case of the 6th edition of Security Analysis, the value is a poor one indeed. The book has been "updated" to include the commentary of some of the more well-known value investors of our age, which by itself is great. However, what the good folks over at McGraw Hill downplay is the fact they decided to remove a sizable portion of the actual text from the book, and shift it to a CD-Rom. Out of the 52 chapters that comprise this masterful work, 11 (~21% of the original text) have been omitted from the actual book, along with the appendix which houses a great deal of statistical data that adds vital context to Graham and Dodd's insightful analysis. The CD-Rom adds another layer of consumer woe to this laughable excuse of an edition. Inserting the CD in to your computer you are prompted to provide a host of information (Name, Email, etc.) to access the text that you own. On principle, I refuse to jump through these hoops just because some unscrupulous publisher thinks he can get clever on how to collect my personal information.

    I guess it’s fitting that in a book that teaches you how to search for value your first test is to actually choose the version that provides the most value for your dollar. I can tell you this now; the 6th edition is not the version that does the trick. Please learn from my mistake and choose another version that does not short change you on content. As a starting point, the 2nd edition, published in 1940, is the version that Warren Buffett used when he was getting his start in the investing world.

    This book is a timeless classic on investing and you will be enriched mentally and possibly even financially if you are willing to read thoughtfully and diligently. However, your journey through securities analysis will be hobbled if you only receive 4/5 of the content you purchased. To that end I would recommend a version of Security Analysis other than the 6th edition.

  • This book was made famous by Warren Buffet, but you probably already know that. Will it teach you to invest like Warren? Yes, the fundamentals are there and so are the valuation techniques. In today's rough and tumble world, it's hard to say that it still applies. On a very basic level, yes it does.

    Security Analysis: The Classic 1934, has been dubbed as an endless source of insight when it comes to investing. Written by two gurus- Benjamin Graham and David Dood this book will awaken the sleeping investor in anyone. Knowing that they taught Warren Buffet his technique has made them famous in the financial world.

    The book was written in 1934 just 5 years after the collapse of the stock market in 1929, and right about the time of the Glass-Steagel Act which changed the ethics of the stock market and how they were regulated. Benjamin’s idea was to teach people about the basics of investment by providing insights of what one should look out for in a business that they wish to invest in. Can you get through all these 725 pages? Yes you can, but it will not be an easy read like the Hunger Games.

    If you do get through it, you will possess a book written nearly 8 decades ago that has sage insights. You will learn of a framework to follow before rushing into any investment. Also, you will be able to discern a business that looks profitable but in hindsight it is clutching on straws and in the verge of bankruptcy. After reading this book, you will have learned the basic philosophy and principles of investment in the stock market. You will be equally equipped with the tools (mostly analytical and philosophical) that will help you make decisions regarding investments. The difference between investment and speculation, discussion and analysis are all outlined. The reason it is important to know these differences is because the business segment during news time never explain them and so is school. Benjamin will make you understand the meaning of these and other terms his book in a very practical manner.

    Warren Buffet was Benjamin’s student and if not for anything else, this alone should serve as a motivation for anyone to take up this book and read it. Be warned though, the book has no single picture and it’s a big book. Luckily for us the book has no filler words and everything written in the book makes a lot of sense which is interesting. There are also other editions of this book, but this particular edition retains all the ‘Old Ben’s’ teachings which is why it is worth every dime. The book is also not a get rich quick scheme. The book only provides insight on what the real investment market looks like and the decisions you should make before making an investment and hence the name of the book-‘Security Analysis’.

    If you have ever been duped into making an investment or sheepishly following the crowd to make an investment that turned out to be fake, then grab a cup of coffee and be educated by this man Benjamin Graham and his co-author David Dood, all who seem to have travelled to the future as this book is still very relevant.