Graham and Dodd Strategy of Investment

Graham and Dodd Strategy of Investment A method advocated by the two authors in their book Security Analysis, published some sixty years ago, which advises: 1. Buy shares of companies with undervalued assets, as these are bound to appreciate to their true value; 2. Buy shares in companies where current assets exceed current liabilities and all long – term debt; 3. Also, such shares should be selling at a low of P/E. 4. Sell the shares when they have appreciated by 50 – 100 percent. This should take less than three years.

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