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Subject: Trudging Through The 5th Edition Date: 4/23/2006 12:03 PM
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I'm currently six chapters into the fifth edition, and it
is heavy sleding. Not because it is all that hard to understand,
but the writing really doesn't seem to flow. I will report back
when I finish it.

I plan to get a copy of the third edition and try that and see
how it compares. I've read The Intelligent Investor, and that
reads pretty well, so I think that Graham was a more interesting
writer than the folks who took it over.

Chris
There is a writer over at Legg Mason that is fabulous to read.
More later.
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