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.
Warren Buffett explains how Graham was not driven by money and was instead focused on refining methods that ordinary investors could apply to achieve results similar to his own (Grahams's).
Dollar cost averaging — when combined with an index fund — provides a highly effective way of applying powerful Value Investing principles with very little effort.
The investment framework of Benjamin Graham — Warren Buffett's mentor — also provides the behavioral framework for making coldly logical financial decisions.