Security Analysis 1951

ISBN-10: 0071448209

ISBN-13: 9780071448208

Edition: 3rd 2005

Authors: Benjamin Graham

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As in the first two editions, this one provides the principles and techniques to measure asset values and cash flows so that investors can sharpen their judgements of company's earning, refresh their insight into what individual companies are worth, and evaluate how much debt a leveraged company can service.
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Book details

List price: $65.00
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date: 12/31/2004
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 784
Size: 6.30" wide x 9.30" long x 2.40" tall
Weight: 1.210

Benjamin Graham is considered to be the founder of value investing and taught at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Business.David L. Dodd was a colleague of Graham’s at Columbia University, where he was an assistant professor of finance.

Introduction : the array of securities : economic background
The scope and limitations of security analysis
The behavior of the security markets
Investment and speculation
Investment policy
Nature and sources of the analyst's information
Quantitative and qualitative factors in security analysis : the margin-of-safety concept
Classification of securities
Analysis of the income account : general procedure
Effect of reserves upon the income account
Inventory valuations and inventory reserves : contingency reserves
The relation of depreciation and similar charges to earning power
Amortization charges from the investor's viewpoint
Allowance for results of subsidiaries and affiliates
Reported earnings and taxable earnings
Balance-sheet analysis
Interpretations of the financial data : per-share figures and key ratios
A comparison based on key ratios : physical data used in analysis
Analysis of specific industries : railroad analysis
Factors in public-utility analysis : introduction
Factors in public-utility analysis : income-statement analysis
The selection of fixed-income securities
Specific standards for bond investment
Specific standards for bond investment (continued)
Specific standards for bond investment (continued)
Additional factors in bond analysis
Preferred stocks
Technique of selecting preferred stocks for investment
Income bonds and guaranteed securities
The theory of common-stock investment : historical survey
Current modes of common-stock investment
The pros and cons of the valuation approach : the valuation factors
Projections of earnings and dividends : significance of the earnings record : the concept of earning power
The dividend factor in common-stock valuation
Technical aspects of the dividend rate : stock dividends
The capitalization rate for earnings and dividends
Capitalization structure
The asset-value factor in common-stock valuation
The valuation of public-utility common stocks
The valuation of public-utility common stocks (continued)
Privileged issues
Technical characteristics of privileged senior securities
Participating and warrant-bearing issues : privileged issues vs. the related common stocks
Senior securities of questionable safety
Low-priced common stocks : option warrants
General approach to the subject : stockholders and managerial efficiency
Stockholders, managements, and dividend policy
Stockholders and their capital
Stockholder-management controversies
Regulation by the Securities and Exchange Commission : recapitalizations and reorganizations
Discrepancies between price and value
Market analysis and security analysis
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