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Hall of fame - Benjamin Graham

Benjamin Graham is an American economist and one of the top investors. He was born on May 9 1894, in London, to a Jewish family. Later Mr. Graham shifted to...
Hall of Fame: George Soros

Hall of Fame: George Soros

George Soros was born to a non-observant Jewish family, in Budapest, Hungary on August 12, 1930. His father was a lawyer and a war prisoner in World War I. His...

Hall of Fame - Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett, the American Business Chairman, CEO and largest Shareholder of Berkshire Hathaway. Warren Buffet was born in 1930, in Omaha,Nebraska, of distance, of French Huguenot descent. He was second...

The Intelligent Investor review

Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it. – Benjamin Graham. Summary Graham in his book ‘The Intelligent Investor’ has highlighted the specific steps on how...

Common stocks and Uncommon Profits review

“If the job has been correctly done when a common stock is purchased, the time to sell it is. – almost never“-Philip Fisher. Summary Philip Fisher was an American investor...
Hall of fame - Carl Icahn

Hall of fame - Carl Icahn

Carl Icahn is an investor, American businessman, activist shareholder and philanthropist was born on February 16, 1936. He is currently the Special Advisor to the President of the United States...

Security Analysis review

“The soundness of the best investments must rest not upon legal rights or remedies but upon ample financial capacity of the enterprise.” -Benjamin Graham Summary Benjamin Graham was an American investor...

Methods of a Wall Street Master review

“If there is one fatal flaw in this business, it is allowing isolated information to drive trading or investing decisions-committing money without understanding all the risks. And there is only...

The Disciplined Trader review

“Success will always seem so close, yet always so elusive.”- Mark Douglas. Summary Trading might be fruitful in terms of money. But the mental stress that the trader experiences make...

Accounting for Value review

The book is an effort to compile finance and accounting under a sole rubric. Stephen Penman has clings to the basic finance theory principles. But it provides a refined and...