Who is Benjamin Graham?
Benjamin Graham (May 8, 1894 – September 21, 1976) was an American economist and investor. Born in London, he went on to graduate from Columbia University at the age of 20 and eventually become Warren Buffett’s teacher there
He systematized the entire process of evaluating companies, all with
the goal of finding low-risk (or no risk) investments that would
appreciate over time.
Graham authored "The Intelligent Investor", a seminal book on value investing described by Warren Buffet as "by far the best book on investing ever written".
His spirit lives on today in Cabot Benjamin Graham
Value Letter, which provides expert value stock selection
advice to thousands of investors—both individual and professional—all
over the world.
What is the Benjamin Graham Investing System?
A key concept of this investing system is the idea of
Margin of Safety, which is achieved by buying only when a stock is
below is Maximum Buy Price. If you implement just this one practice in
your own investing, you minimize your potential losses, while
maximizing your potential profits.
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recent articles from Cabot Wealth
Who is Warren Buffett?
by J. Royden Ward
on January 15, 2013
In 1954, Warren Buffett convinced Benjamin Graham to hire him as a securities analyst in New York. When Mr. Graham retired two years later, Buffett started his own investment company. His initial investments in Berkshire Hathaway and GEICO became huge investment successes.
My Benjamin Graham Connection
by J. Royden Ward
October 4, 2012
Back in 1946, Dr. Wilson Payne and Benjamin Graham held meetings at Babson College to find a way to calculate the true fundamental value of a company. The two collaborated to devise formulas that would estimate a fair value range for stocks based on Mr. Graham’s guidelines.
Three Ways to Weather a Market Correction
by Matthew Delman
May 25, 2012
Benjamin Graham, the creator of the value-investing system Roy adapted in the 1960s, enjoyed average returns of 20% per year no matter what the condition of the broad market. The reason for this is Graham didn't get suckered in by hype.
on Benjamin Graham
Benjamin Graham systematized the entire process of evaluating
companies, all with the goal of finding low-risk (or no-risk)
investments that would reward over the long run.
The Father of Value Investing
Since 1926, Ben Graham’s timeless value investing approach has
achieved returns of 20% per year with low risk regardless of the
market's ups and downs.
Graham's Mr. Market
One of Benjamin Graham's favorite parables is that of Mr. Market.
Graham refers to him several times in his book, "The Intelligent