Another Victory Lap for Value Investing

October 25, 2012

By Joe Carlen, ValueWalk

Recently, in conjunction with the promotion of my recent biography of Benjamin Graham, I was preparing for a talk about the remarkable resiliency of Graham’s investment principles. The most important aspects of his investment philosophy, as expressed in Security Analysis, The Intelligent Investor and other writings, have been vindicated, even elevated, by reams of recent data. I dedicate a portion of that talk to some long-term value vs. growth studies published over the last nine years. I am grateful to Value Walk for granting me the opportunity to discuss and expand upon that particular aspect of Graham’s legacy in this piece...

Joe Carlen MBA MISM is the author of The Einstein of Money: The Life and Timeless Financial Wisdom of Benjamin Graham of which The Economist wrote: “Joe Carlen explains [Graham’s] ideas well, and by switching between Graham’s philosophy and his personal life, he gives the book narrative drive.”

Mr. Carlen will be speaking at the Museum of American Finance on November 1st at 12:30 p.m.

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