Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Invest In Value - Investing Resource Review

Invest In Value

A new site I found the other day that provides value to a new investor is Invest In Value. The site is based on the teachings of Benjamin Graham as found in The Intelligent Investor. Overall, it is one of the more comprehensive sits for those wanting to understand Benjamin Graham's teachings.

Invest In Value provides a detailed summary of Benjamin Graham's approach to value investing. Invest In Value also sets forth in an easy to understand manner the rules Benjamin Graham set forth for defensive or enterprising investors. Finally, the site does an excellent job explaining Benjamin Graham's simple formula on how to value growth stocks.

While the information found on Invest In Value is available elsewhere, Invest In Value saves the new investor the time locating and collecting that information. I recommend new investors take a look.

Invest In Value


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