We've detected that you're using an ad content blocking browser plug-in or feature. Ads provide a critical source of revenue to the continued operation of Silicon Investor.  We ask that you disable ad blocking while on Silicon Investor in the best interests of our community.  If you are not using an ad blocker but are still receiving this message, make sure your browser's tracking protection is set to the 'standard' level.
Discussion Part I of "Security Analysis" - Graham & Dodd
An SI Board Since September 2018
Posts SubjectMarks Bans
0 0 0
Emcee:  scipio_caelestis Type:  Moderated
Welcome value investors in spe...

A couple of days ago I became a rank 2 member and, as I mentioned here on SI, I would like to discuss some investment literature with all those who are struggling with its content and with those who have some clever, utile, or otherwise relevant remarks concerning the subject. The book chosen as subject for this discussion is the, at least among the value investors, famous book "Security Analysis" by Benjamin Graham & David L. Dodd. Personally I use the 3rd edition of the book, yet I have estimated every other edition not to deviate too much from the third edition as to make any discussion on it useless.

The book is partitioned in 7 parts (Part I to VII) therefore I think it is not unreasonable to use 7 different threads for each part, as this will create some structure to the discussions on this comprehensive piece of literature. In order to increase the structure of the discussions even further, let us formulate a standard format for question posts in this thread. So, if you have a question about, for example, Part I, Chapter 2, pages 14-17 & 19-21, use the following format for your question: { I | 2 | 15-18;19-21} "Your question."

Answers to and comments on questions will not need to adhere to this format.

Let this whole venture be helpful for our understanding of this essential piece of investment literature, i.e. "Security Analysis" by Benjamin Graham & David L. Dodd.

 Previous 25 | Next 25 | View Recent | Post Message
Go to reply# or date (mm/dd/yy):
 Previous 25 | Next 25 | View Recent | Post Message
Go to reply# or date (mm/dd/yy):