Charlie Munger, The Art Of Stock Picking: Ignore Ben GrahamRupert Hargreaves
Benjamin Graham is widely acknowledged as the godfather of value investing. Charlie Munger, on the other hand, is considered to be one of the investment world's best thinkers. When it comes to thinking about how to invest, and building the mental models required to be a successful investor, Charlie Munger's advice is second to none.
However, there is one area where these two stalwarts of the investing world collide, and that's with value investing, or specifically, deep value investing.
Graham invented deep . . .
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