Category: Throwback Thursday

  • Most Popular Posts of the Last Six Months – Throwback Thursday

    Most Popular Posts of the Last Six Months – Throwback Thursday

    For Throwback Thursday this month, I thought it would be fun to put together a list of the most popular posts on ModernGraham from the last six months, and include some excerpts.

  • April 2014 in Review

    April 2014 in Review

    April was a good month for ModernGraham. We had over 24,000 visits by 11,500 unique visitors, while the number of people who have signed up for the free daily email list grew from 3,045 to 3,265!

  • Throwback Thursday – One Share Challenge

    Throwback Thursday – One Share Challenge

    While popular culture often portrays the stock market as filled with extremely wealthy people who have millions to throw around, the reality is that anyone can make money in the stock market. For this week’s Throwback Thursday, I thought I’d take a look at what just ONE little share could have done for you over the past 20 years.

  • 5 Hints for Navigating Mr. Market’s Movements – Throwback Thursday

    5 Hints for Navigating Mr. Market’s Movements – Throwback Thursday

    This was originally published in April 2009, titled “5 Things to Remember as the Market Turns the Corner.” It has some helpful hints that are true in any market environment. This week for Throwback Thursday we will revisit those hints.

  • Looking Back at the DJIA in July 2008 – Throwback Thursday

    Looking Back at the DJIA in July 2008 – Throwback Thursday

    In July 2008, I analyzed the Dow Jones Industrial Average (“DJIA”) to determine its overall valuation. Since then, it has risen to 16,424.85, a rise of 44%. But as I was looking through the archives to select a topic for this Throwback Thursday, I wondered how did the components that were rated well by the ModernGraham valuation model end up working out? Did they beat the DJIA? That’s what we’ll look at today.

  • Throwback Thursday: 3M (MMM) in 2008

    Throwback Thursday: 3M (MMM) in 2008

    One of the first valuations I wrote utilizing the updated model was on 3M. This week as part of Throwback Thursday, we will look at how 3M has done since that 2008 valuation.