A very basic, but informative book for the new investor. Very dry, but does go over all the key concepts and terms that investors should know.
Very basic. A dry beginners book at best, but informative.
The concepts were widely applicable.
The examples are out of date. Take some time to think of the concepts behind the examples.
Timeless advice on how to invest. Lots of good tips and insights into what it takes to become an intelligent investor.
1. Warren Buffett rates this as the best book on investment he has ever read.
2. The fact that most times we lose money it is from speculating not from investing and that the greatest enemy of the investor is himself.
He does a good lively naration
No, it was better to keep coming back and soaking up the gems offered by Graham in the book
This is a must read book for people who want long term success in investing
the title and the subject was not what i thought it is. my mistake i didn't read others review on this book. may be it is a good book for others, but not me.
I am an average guy, and this book seems to be for the average investor. It speaks about that topic of the "average investor" a lot, and yet it doesn't speak on our level. It teaches you nothing of what to do, and only tells you what not to do. Basically tells me to invest my money somewhere different than the stock market.