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profit from folly rather than participate in it." - Warren Buffett
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Benjamin Graham has been recognized for decades as the father of value investing. Warren Buffett, was a student of Benjamin Graham at Columbia University and former employee at Graham's investment firm.
Benjamin Graham taught investors how to avoid losses by avoiding risk. He urged investors to be defensive by building a risk-averse portfolio of solid, dividend-paying companies. If no companies met his stringent criteria, he didn't invest at higher pricesóhe waited for the market to correct, because it always does.
Considered the World's Greatest Investor, Warren Buffett uses criteria that are very similar... He looks for companies that make and sell products that are easy to understand and easy to followócompanies like William Wrigley, Coca-Cola, Johnson & Johnson and Wal-Mart Stores.
For this Special Report, 6 "Warren Buffett" Stocks for President Obama's First 100 Days Office we combined Benjamin Graham's and Warren Buffett's criteria for choosing stocks to find high potential investment opportunities for you.
We sought stocks with the following qualifications:
We screened our Cabot Benjamin Graham Common Stock Database and found six high-quality companies that fit the criteria.
After the recent stock market slide, we believe the six stocks recommended below sell at bargain prices and offer reasonable appreciation potential during the next two to three years. We are confident that these high-quality stocks will fare very well in the current volatile stock market.
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