The Intelligent Investor Book was written by Benjamin Graham, a prominent investor who lived from 1894 to 1976. He was a Columbia University professor and worked as an investment banker. Graham’s primary focus was value investing, which involves purchasing undervalued or underpriced stocks. He believed that one could make money in the stock market by buying shares of companies with a strong balance sheet and trading below their intrinsic worth.
About The Intelligent Investor PDF
The Intelligent Investor Book is divided into two parts: The first includes chapters one through seven. This part contains general advice and information about investing in stocks, bonds, and other assets. The second part contains chapters eight through eleven, which discuss how to analyze specific stocks using fundamental analysis techniques and how to do technical analysis of stocks using charts and graphs.
In this book, Graham outlines his philosophy on investing wisely in the stock market by analyzing companies and their financial statements. He also offers examples of successful investors who have made money using these strategies over time.