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See Featured Authors Answering Questions. Questions About Inteligentni investitor by Benjamin Graham. To ask other readers questions about Inteligentni investitor , please sign up. Answered Questions 6. What kind of background is required to actually understand this book. I tried reading it once but couldn't understand much. Can anyone tell me the books, I should read first in order to go through The Intelligent Investor.
Kevin Chidiac Personally i didn't read any books prior to reading this one. I just went over to www. I've only taken one class of economics my entire life, so when i first started reading this book i couldn't understand a thing.
But now i have the basic knowledge to understand - at least partially - what the author is talking about. Hope this helps : less. Warren Buffett says is the best book on investing that he has ever read. David Here is a citation. Saurabh Patel Obviously whithout any doubt. Even you are not from finance or economic background you can get the concepts. It is more behavioural than techniques. P …more Obviously whithout any doubt. Parallaly keep serching for current market situation of your stock markets.
After completion of book you will definately get confidence and your own method of investment. What is the best way to read this book? I am already half way, the book and especially the commentary is neat.
However, i just keep underlining the important points, any suggestions on what practices to do that will make effective and efficient reading?
Buy some good stocks and stick with them instead of day trading. This ratio also gives some idea of whether an investor is paying too much for what would be left if the company went bankrupt immediately should be less than or equal to This is a good indicator of a stable and sound business model.
It is a signal that the company is financially secure. Always prefer companies with dividends, and with consistent dividend growth. By contrast, be terrified when the market has gone up far, fast, and resist the urge to start buying more stock when the market is up. He does not advocate investing or divesting simply because the market goes down or up, one always looks at individual companies.
A lot of financial jargon? Yes, but this is essential if you want to enter in this field. And you will get used to these terms within few days less. I am an Accounting Student.
I want to read it. But would I totally get it? Brian Anthony Why not? Load 1 more question. Unanswered Questions For example, calculation of "Wholesale Prices" in seems to be ok: Are the principles in this book directly applicable to life outside of real money investing? In other words would this book be worth reading for someone not currently looking into investing? Yes of course the book is valuable but is it worth the opportunity cost to study a subject completely unrelated and unapplicable to my current goals?
Is this book any different than A Random Walk? This book was published almost 6 decades back and wondering, will this book be able to help in understanding today's markets? For some strange reasons when i choose "The Intelligent Investor" as currently reading , this one got into my good reads list. Load 5 more questions. Ask and answer questions about books! Welcome back.
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