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  • batbeer2 2014-01-04 03:02
    brian_flores : Hi, First let me start by saying I enjoy your articles and comments very much. I recognize a deep thinker and I would like to get your thoughts on a Hi Brian, Thanks for the kind words. I'll look into it and let you know what I think. Maybe you can drop me an e-mail at [email protected] as a reminder. The GF message system can be a bit awkward for discussing ideas. regards, F ...

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  • Brian Flores posts: 42 min ago
    Ben Graham's Lessons on Liquidating Value
    I have recently been interested in some companies in the oil sector. To reach a better understanding on the dynamics and to get a good idea on how to value a distressed sector, I went back to "Security Analysis," the famous work by Graham and...
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  • Brian Flores posts: 02-03 17:13
    Ben Graham and the Reputation-Return Trade-Off
    Lately I have headed back to re-read "Security Analysis" by Ben Graham, and it has proven to be a great refresher of the importance of focusing on value as opposed to price. Many of us are familiar with Graham's teachings, the foundations that...
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  • Brian Flores commented on Brian Flores's article 01-29 11:25
    How Much Research and Analysis Are Sufficient?
    As investors, we commonly face the dilemma of assigning time to different tasks, however, given that our time is limited, we need not only to...
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    Brian Flores 01-29 11:25
    • Hi Batbeer2,

      Nice to hear from you as always. I agree, thinking about how the company adds value is a great filter and time-saver. Generally, I also think about what the company does and ask myself if that is too complicated for me to understand and if it is worth my time and effort to begin the understanding process. Just after these questions are answered with a yes I go ahead and read (as you say) specific sections of the 10-K, mainly risks, the management approach and comments, and some notes on accounting. 

      Thanks for sharing, definitely advice worth puting into work!
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