Taking Advantage of a Proven Strategy

In the world of investing, Benjamin Graham is about as revered a name as there is. Warren Buffett went to graduate school at Columbia University specifically to study with Graham, who was teaching there. Graham, in fact, is considered the father of investment strategies.

Years ago, I decided to read about the investment strategies of Wall Street's greats and to automate them so I could immediately analyze stocks using their investment techniques. That is the basis of my website, Validea.com. One of the first gurus whose strategy I automated for Validea.com was Graham. I have been following this strategy since July 2003, and never for a moment have I been sorry I included it. Of all the strategies I use, Graham's is about the best performing. Many on Wall Street revere Graham, and with good reason....317 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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