Benjamin Graham’s net-net stock strategy : a practical guide to successful deep value investing in today’s market
Bleker, Evan Call Number:HG4521 .B585 2020 Publisher:
Harriman House Place of Publication:
Petersford, Hampshire, Great Britain Date of Publication:
24 cm Tags:Investments | Securities |
About the Resource:
In 1975, legendary value investor Benjamin Graham wrote that his net-net stockstrategy worked so well that he had renounced all other value investing strategies.
In his 2014 shareholder letter, Warren Buffett wrote that he earned the
highest returns of his career employing this ‘cigar butt’ approach to
And despite the widespread assumption that net-net stocks are a relic of the past, Graham’s net-net stockstrategy
is just as viable today for small private investors as it was for
Buffett’s ‘superinvestors’ during their early careers. Net-net investing
remains the most powerful value investing approach a small investor can
This book is your ultimate practical guide to implementing it – and reaping the rewards – in today’s markets.
Evan Bleker has spent ten years studying Graham’s strategy
to uncover its real-world performance, how to employ it, and why it
works. He’s also dug deeply to identify additional criteria to boost
returns and ensure a greater number of winners.
In this book, Evan defines the strategy for investors, then walks readers through the strategy’s
philosophy, as well as academic and industry studies assessing the
framework, and its implementation by world-class value investors such as
Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffett, and Peter Cundill.
He also compiles selection criteria into a practical checklist for investors, and documents how the strategy works in today’s markets with exclusive detailed case studies.