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Subject: Re: 4th Edition? Date: 1/30/2009 4:14 PM
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sorry to interrupt the flow but if i could not go far in getting the gist of this book or incorporating what i so far got from it into my investment analysis, can someone suggest books to start from for someone new to stock analysis.

Security Analysis is not perhaps the most readable book. Ben Graham's "Intelligent Investor" is considerably shorter and more readable. I think it is worth reading anyway.

I bought this version of it a few years ago:
http://www.amazon.com/Intelligent-Investor-Definitive-Invest...

You can ignore the commentry by Zweig if you wish (I pretty much did).

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