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Ben Graham’s Advice To Brokers On Best Methods Of Common Stock Selection

In January 1950, Benjamin Graham gave a talk before the association of Customers' Brokers in New York City.

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According to a transcript of the lecture, the dean of value investing discussed his methods for stock selection, advising the brokers to focus on "the intelligent purchase of common stocks," over "speculative influences."

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