How to Think Like Benjamin Graham and Invest Like Warren Buffett

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McGraw Hill Professional, Sep 20, 2002 - Business & Economics - 224 pages
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Using the ways of the best moneymakers to invest wisely

"An intelligent and thoughtful guide."­­BusinessWeek

". . . a welcome addition to the bookshelf of anyone who wants to take control of his or her financial life."­­United Press International

The bestselling hardcover edition of How to Think Like Benjamin Graham and Invest Like Warren Buffett was widely hailed for its straightforward approach to making wise investment choices. This paperback version makes these same tools and tactics available to a wider audience. Explaining how to analyze investment targets based on honest value instead of hype and mirrors, Lawrence Cunningham's top-ranked book reveals:

  • How to ask valuable questions, and demand meaningful answers
  • Market-proven methods for evaluating managers and CEOs
  • Value investing techniques that made Warren Buffett a billionaire­­and today's number one investor

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Contents

A TALE OF TWO MARKETS
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Mr Markets Bipolar Disorder
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III
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Copyright

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Lawrence A. Cunningham is author of the bestselling The Essays of Warren Buffett: Lessons for Corporate America as well as a number of textbooks and supplements. As director of the Samuel and Ronnie Heyman Center on Corporate Governance at Cardozo Law School, Professor Cunningham is a leading expert in accounting, finance, and corporate governance. He has been featured in Forbes and Money, as well as on CNN and The News Hour with Jim Lehrer.

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