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Partially that money are coming from well established old economy companies that lose the appeal. Thus, invest in such old economy companies while bubble grows, as soon as the bubble burst - undervalued companies would rise back.
See chapter for compelling arguments - Don't consider companies that do not pay dividends. Dividends - money firm pays you for providing capital, they belong to you. They cut a piece for reinvestment - payout ratio. If firm doesn't pay dividends - invest all into growth so you could profit later - that's a speculation.
Moreover stock price would be more volatile because it should now rely on future rather than current prospects. When investing - diversify: You are a roulette house now who earns with each turn of the wheel. No complaints of the book itself, but the Kindle edition of it is bad.
The book has a number of tables in it: So far into my career, this book has un-ironically been one the greatest investments I have made so far. This is a great book for anyone who is interested in introducing themselves into the world of investing, or wants to hone their skills and better themselves.
Although, while a great book I would not recommend it to anyone who doesn't have the discipline to treat this book as a college textbook.
Annotate, take notes, and create a guide.
If you want to start taking investing seriously and want to begin practicing the discipline of self education, this is the book for you. Best of luck to everybody. This probably is one of the greatest investing books ever written, but it suffers from two flaws: The supporting evidence could be put in an appendix for those who want to see it.
I was 13 when Graham published his last edition, and I just can't get excited reading something that talks about like it was last year. The commentary by Zweig, widely criticized, is actually the saving grace. His writing style is more current and he brings things up-to-date, sort of, but even his commentary misses the Great Recession.
This would all be much better if it could be taken out of its temporal context and summarized more generally. Charts that make a point using data from decades ago is okay, but the body of the book is so immersed in old dates that it just feels, well, out of date! In it's time, I'm sure "The Intelligent Investor" was a blockbuster success, written by one of the foremost investment geniuses of all time.
I'm also sure that most of the investment fundamentals outlined in the book still apply IN THEORY, but the book is so outdated, despite revisions, that it was of no use to me. It's an entirely different world and investment mindset today. The "defensive investment" financial guidelines listed in chapter 14 were, in this day and time, completely unrealistic. Try finding a handful of stocks with a price to book ratio of less than 1.
The book is so outdated, the Internet is barely, if at all, even mentioned in the book, much less covered as the ultimate stock research tool of all time. I'm now retired, and I wish I had read this book in when I graduated from college, but it was of no use to me today.
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