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The Intelligent Investor Rev Ed.

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The Classic Text Annotated to Update Graham's Timeless Wisdom for Today's Market Conditions

The greatest investment advisor of the 20th century, Benjamin Graham taught and inspired people worldwide. Graham's philosophy of "value investing" - which shields investors from substantial error and teaches them to develop long-term strategies - has made The Intelligent Investor the stock market Bible ever since its original publication in 1949.

Over the years, market developments have proven the wisdom of Graham's strategies. While preserving the integrity of Graham's original text, this revised edition includes updated commentary by noted financial journalist Jason Zweig, whose perspective incorporates the realities of today's market, draws parallels between Graham's examples and today's financial headlines, and gives listeners a more thorough understanding of how to apply Graham's principles.

Vital and indispensable, this HarperBusiness Essentials edition of The Intelligent Investor is the most important book you will ever listen on how to reach your financial goals.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.

©1973, 2003 Benjamin Graham; new material copyright by Jason Zweig (P)2015 HarperCollins Publishers

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Besser das Buch lesen

Bedingt durch die vielen Zahlen und Details ist es mitunter schwierig zu folgen. Daher besser das Buch lesen.

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Best book on value investment.

Today more valuable than ever. Saved me plenty of headache and sleepless nights. Helps me understand the margin of safety and identifying overpriced stocks.

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Great Book!

Must read/listen for all investors. However a bit repetitive regarding several subjects. All things considered a valuable experience.

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Read dont listen

This book is great and offers a lot of worthwhile knowledge. But it is not made to be an audiobook. Lots of graphs and statistiks...

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A must read for everyone investing in equity

This classic gives you a sound guideline on how to invest into stocks and bonds (something every reasonable person with an income above mere subsistance should consider). Also the commentary from 2003 after every chapter is well made and helpful. An update would be nice.

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Vorleser schreit, leider unerträglich.

Habe etwa eineinhalb Stunden gehört und finde den Ton, in dem der Erzähler liest leider unerträglich laut - ähnlich einem Sprecher der Kurznachrichten. Habe keine Hörprobe gemacht, werde dies ab jetzt tun.

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Amazing Book

I bought this book as I was interested in starting to invest in stocks but I got more than I bargained for. I truly believe that everyone should read this book before investing not just in stocks but any kind of business. The book is situated for any level of investor,the commentary at the end of every chapter makes it easier and clearer to understand. As an entrepreneur,the book also gives you insight on what kind of aspects defines your business as successful and what your business image and culture should be built on.

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Wasn't for me

As a rather average and occasional investor I thought that this book could give me the knowledge I needed for better understanding financial markets and investing smarter in future. The book ist filled with dates and stock-courses especially from the US stock market history, so that it just got to arduous for me to listen further. This was the first time that I did not finish an audio book and regret the investment. Also the speaker talks in a somewhat unmotivated way what also lead to this decision. I wish I could have given a better feedback – but as the title says, the book wasn't for me.

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not suited for audio

Extracting the great knowledge of this book is as tedious a job, as washing gold nuggets out of a riverbed, with a pan that has either too big, or no wholes at all. Brilliant knowledge presented by someone who doesn't know how to teach. A typical exert from anywhere in the book sounds like this: the bullrushmarked of 1969 was up 2.438 percent in comparison to early 1954 by a margin of 0.2314 percent, but reversed for the beginning bear market of 1975 that started in the first quarter of 1984 being ahead 0.54 percent compaerd to the second quarter of 1976 and thus proves to be an outstanding investment opportunity for the enterprising investor from the second quarter of 1976 to the first quarter of 1983, if you accept an annual dividentgain of 0.96 percent compared to 1956´s bull market dividend of 1.54 which is after the inflation an overall... you get the picture, imagine this for 17 hours. Buy as PDF or print, if you want to seriously work to extract knowledge from this book.

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Experienced Advice, Questionably Conveyed

If you are here, there is a good chance you are wondering whether you should read (or, listen to) the legendary book. For an early-out answer: I can't think of a reason not to. Graham gives a large-scale, long-term, empirical overview over the behavior of securities markets, as well as various examples of the results and pitfalls investors must expect. He repeatedly warns about the gambling allure of wild speculation – and for very good reasons, which stay every bit relevant today. The meticulous analyses convey not only many real world examples, but also Graham's approach of making cool-headed, quantitative decisions, the merits of which have by now been enshrined into the public mind by his student, Warren Buffet. If this is not enough of a recommendation, I am not sure what else could be. That said, the audiobook has some presentation issues. It is very number-heavy, making it difficult to convey in sound. Explanations seem to come out of order at times which, combined with the excessively US-centered world view, creates needless obstacles for a modern, international audience. And the commentary chapters by a different author make for a strange, overly flashy half-imitation of Graham's style, often reiterating exceptionally insane examples from the .com bubble. The book also stops asking why on a medium level of abstraction, using arbitrary rules rather than ultimate, mathematical explanations for its risk profile recommendations. These rules are not bad per se, but an inquiring reader might have preferred references to statistical theory. If you pick this book to listen to the words of an old master, you probably expect some quirks like this, and will enjoy the wisdom of a great investor, taken from many decades of experience.