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Graham and Doddsville -- Value Investing In The New Era
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Superinvestor Warren Buffett named "Graham and Doddsville" (the
mythical hometown of Value Investing) after Benjamin Graham and
David Dodd, who co-authored the monumental work on Value Investing,
"Security Analysis".

Simply stated, Value Investing is "bargain hunting" for stocks. If,
as a consumer, you have found bargain hunting to be a good way to
"maximize your returns" on shopping for consumer goods, then, as an
investor, Graham and Doddsville may be the place for you.

The welcoming committee of Graham and Doddsville (alphabetically):

Wayne ("Dark Side") Crimi is a computer analyst, investment and
economic researcher, and long term shareholder in Warren Buffett's
holding company, Berkshire Hathaway. Wayne's currently Bearish views
(subject to change as valuations warrant) are elaborated on his Web
site (which has links to all of Berkshire Hathaway's annual reports):

Axel P. ("Axel") Gunderson is the nom de plume of an engineer and
research scientist who ferrets out "socially conscious" Value

Barbara ("Meerkat") Laffan uses on-the-job hi-tech experience and
intuition to identify likely winners for her "Darts Hit The Charts"
model portfolio.

Bernard F. ("Berney") O'Rourke is a CPA and financial planner. Berney
uses both fundamental and technical analysis. The extent of Berney's
research into what has worked in Value Investing makes most other
researchers seem lazy by comparison.

Reynolds ("porcupine") Russell is a registered investment advisor who
is neither a Bull nor a Bear, but rather a "cautiously optimistic
porcupine". His Dow Value Portfolio (and other model value
portfolios) may be found at:

We hope that Silicon Investors who have an interest in applying the
principles of Graham and Dodd (and Buffett) to today's Market will
join us. We learn more from questions than we do from answers, so
let's see what we can figure out together.
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1722The Graham/Dodd strategies are the best way to invest, but it takes lots of pracCsellsCshells-2/23/2009
1721This used to be a very active board, but the moderator moved on and the primary Freedom Fighter-2/11/2009
1720Great idea fo a board. I am currently working a Special Situation. I am not suCsellsCshells-1/20/2009
1719I guess it wasn't really a "New Era". ;-)Freedom Fighter-9/30/2008
1718HAST and TBAC and MPAC are the three most undervalued businesses in the market. Junglekings-8/24/2006
1717Does anyone still visit this thread from time to time?Freedom Fighter-3/28/2006
1716AG, Always good to hear from my past (well almost always <gg>) Haven'Berney-10/24/2001
1715Berney: This is a voice from your past and a thread from your past. "BernAxel Gunderson-10/24/2001
1714Axel, Thanks for the list. I'll take a look. I stopped the web page for aFreedom Fighter-10/11/2001
1713Wayne: Looks like you were the first to visit this thread after a long absence.Axel Gunderson-10/11/2001
1712Hi Alex, I get bored from time to time and was curious if anyone ever visits thFreedom Fighter-10/11/2001
1711Wayne: Resurrecting the dead thread? How's bargain hunting? Are you ridAxel Gunderson-10/11/2001
1710An article on money - a subject often debated here. mises.orgFreedom Fighter-10/11/2001
1709A few things come to mind in these uncertain times. History doesn't repeatFreedom Fighter-9/21/2001
1708 It is with regret that I received your message about the suspension of GADR pubDavid C. Burns-11/26/1999
1707 IBM + ATT = eCommerce Wednesday October 6, 7:51 am Eastern Time Company Pressporcupine --''''>-10/6/1999
1706 GM to Offer OnStar to Competitors GENERAL MOTORS said it is in active discussiporcupine --''''>-8/27/1999
1705 As predicted: e-GM GENERAL MOTORS CORP. confirmed forming a new business grouporcupine --''''>-8/26/1999
1704 Daewoo offers to sellout to GM; Suzuki seeks GM production deal The automakingporcupine --''''>-8/20/1999
1703 GM Reports Record Earnings Tuesday July 20 8:36 AM ET DETROIT (AP) - Generalporcupine --''''>-7/20/1999
1702 Maeling: Thanks for the answer. I spoke to management and I was left thinkingBenkea-7/15/1999
1701 I looked at NPK and concluded that management sat ACROSS the table from ordinarMAELING-7/15/1999
1700 Hey. Anyone looked at NKP? I feel like this is one of the few places to talk Benkea-7/14/1999
1699 [GM struggles against Texas dealers' resistance to "DELL" model] porcupine --''''>-7/14/1999
1698 G.M. and Ford Report Gains in June Car and Truck Sales By MICHELLE KREporcupine --''''>-7/3/1999
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