Portfolios

Review of Enterprising Low PE Portfolio

This portfolio is made up of the 15 enterprising stocks that are trading at the lowest PE Ratio.  Each month we will review the list, and make any trades necessary to get the portfolio to match the list.  The list of defensive stocks is made by following modernized Benjamin Graham strategies, and PE Ratio is calculated […]

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Portfolios

Review of Enterprising Value Portfolio

This portfolio is made up of the 15 enterprising stocks that are trading at the lowest discount to their intrinsic value.  Each month we will review the list, and make any trades necessary to get the portfolio to match the list.  The list of enterprising stocks is made by following modernized Benjamin Graham strategies, and intrinsic value […]

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Portfolios

Review of Defensive High ROIC Portfolio

This portfolio is made up of the 15 defensive stocks that are trading at the highest Return On Investment Capital (ROIC).  Each month we will review the list, and make any trades necessary to get the portfolio to match the list.  The list of defensive stocks is made by following modernized Benjamin Graham strategies, and […]

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Portfolios

Review of Defensive Low PE Portfolio

This portfolio is made up of the 15 defensive stocks that are trading at the lowest PE Ratio.  Each month we will review the list, and make any trades necessary to get the portfolio to match the list.  The list of defensive stocks is made by following modernized Benjamin Graham strategies, and PE Ratio is […]

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Commentary

Using Discounted Cash Flows

One of Benjamin Graham’s greatest teachings is that when looking at the stock of a company and trying to value it, we should use the same approach as we would if we were to purchase a small business from a neighbor.  The only difference between the companies is size, so why should we as investors […]

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Jon's Portfolio Portfolios

Review of Jon’s Portfolio

Following the rules established by Ben’s portfolio, I have begun construction of my own. I am looking for approximately 15 stock’s with no more than 2 in each respected industry. Taxes will be ignored, and commissions will be $10. American International Group (AIG) I like their business model, as insurance creates steady cash flow consistently […]

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Commentary Value Investing Weekly

Value Investing Weekly – Issue 2

ValueInvesting Weekly Issue 2August 17, 2006 We discussed last week about general ideas in value investing, Ben Graham, Warren Buffett, and the psychology of investing. This week we are going to discuss an example of personal experience regarding speculating and the downfalls of doing so. My personal experience included a wonderful, well-known stock named Sirius […]

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Commentary

Review of Previous Companies of the Week

Well this is the first week that we have had a previous company of the week to review, so we will be reviewing Marine Products Corp (MPX).  You can read the original write-up on Marine Products Corp. here: https://www.moderngraham.com/blog/2006/08/company_of_the_week_marine_pro.html As of the close yesterday, the stock was trading at $8.85.  This is a 4.2% increase […]

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Ben's Portfolio Portfolios

Review of Ben’s Portfolio

Well a week has gone by since I started this portfolio.  After considering buying a few stocks today, I have decided to leave the portfolio unchanged this week.  It still is only 3 stocks – very dangerous diversification level, but I just don’t feel comfortable with any of the stocks I looked at today.  There […]

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Commentary

Company of the Week – Microsoft (MSFT)

This week I thought I’d use a little bit different approach to the company of the week.  Specifically, I wanted to bring Warren Buffett’s approach and strategy into play a little more.  So, using Robert Hagstrom’s The Warren Buffett Way, I have a list of Business and Management Tenets to consider with the company.  Hagstrom […]

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