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Author: slaramee Big red star, 1000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 10413  
Subject: Value Investing FOTH Article Date: 5/21/2003 3:58 PM
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Zeke,

Good article today on value investing. I am interested in it because I am trying to learn to hit more "singles" myself.

I am curious where you developed your list from. So far, it reads as a modern day "how-to" of Graham's approach to value investing. Was that a major source?

I found it interesting becuase I am currently reading The Intelligent Investor for the first time and was thinking it's principles are very appropriate, espcially in today's market. In my edition (the 1972 edition?) it looks almost phophetic where he urges caution about the short term future of stocks. Of course he was right with the bear market of 73-74 just around the corner.

I'm looking forward to reading Part 2 of the article.

And remember, four singles is the same as a home run. And single hitters strike out a heck of a lot less.

-Scott (slaramee)
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