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How to Handle Your Money

Benjamin Graham was one of the most successful investors who ever lived and remains the most influential investment thinker of all time.

He was the one who taught Warren Buffett the art of investing, and was also his first boss.

Graham worked on Wall Street for more than four decades, ran a market-beating mutual fund, taught finance at Columbia Business School and wrote two classic books on investing.

Security Analysis (1934) is still the bible for professional money managers. The Intelligent Investor (1949) is, in Buffett’s words, “by far the best book about investing ever written.”

In June 1955, Graham gave an interview on the basics of handling money. Almost 60 years have passed since then, but a large number of investing ideas that Graham talked about then, remain valid to this day.

In this interview, Graham answered questions like:

  • How should a small investor go about investing?
  • How should an average man prepare himself to become an intelligent investor?
  • How should a small investor allocate his investments into stocks and bonds?

I believe these are the questions that also bother you when it comes to investing your own money.

So, for you, here’s a copy of the complete interview with the legend. Read it, and share it with your friends who might be interested to know how to handle their money.

Click here to read the interview

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About the Author

Vishal Khandelwal is the founder of Safal Niveshak. He works with small investors to help them become smart and independent in their stock market investing decisions. He is a SEBI registered Research Analyst. Connect with Vishal on Twitter.

Comments

  1. chandramohan says:

    How to save money annd important point for the intelligent investor

  2. Nice one….I think it is also important to read few books on emotional intelligence especially when dealing in risky assets.

  3. The amazing explanation Vishal Khandelwal sir. Nicely written.

  4. its really nice post about how to invest your money.

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