Walter Schloss: Benjamin Graham and Security Analysis: A Reminiscence
In re-reading the preface to the first edition of Security Analysis, I am impressed all over again with Ben’s views. I quote . . . “[W]e are concerned chiefly with concepts, methods, standards, principles, and above all with logical reasoning. We have stressed theory not for itself alone but for its value in practice. We have tried to avoid prescribing standards which are too stringent to follow or technical methods which are more trouble than they are worth.”
Security Analysis says it all. It is up to analysts and investors to put Ben’s ideas into practice.
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