Here's what the founder of Value Investing — and Warren Buffett's mentor — wrote about Technical Analysis and Stock Trading.
While most financial sources today only track cash dividends, Warren Buffett's mentor — Benjamin Graham — actually recommended stock dividends over cash payouts.
Benjamin Graham's students — such as Warren Buffett — have been consistently taking advantage of rampant market inefficiencies.
The investment framework of Benjamin Graham — Warren Buffett's mentor — is based almost completely on audited data.
Both Warren Buffett and his mentor Benjamin Graham — founder of Value Investing — have said that risk has nothing to do with beta, or volatility.
The Earnings Growth criteria in the Value Investing framework of Benjamin Graham — Warren Buffett's mentor — require adjustment for Inflation.
The 16 Factors Needed To Make Money In The Stock Market, by the famed Value Investor and fellow student — alongside Warren Buffett — of Benjamin Graham.
Benjamin Graham — Warren Buffett's mentor — advised keeping at least 25% of one's portfolio in bonds, even in the most attractive markets.
While the Value Investing framework Warren Buffett's mentor actually recommended was slightly different, he did mention 2/3rd Net Current Asset Value as one of his own strategies.
Though his exact Net Worth is unknown, Benjamin Graham — Warren Buffett's mentor — was definitely a rich man; as described by Buffett himself.