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The Intelligent Investor: Get the Facts From the Difinitive Book on Value Investing


The Intelligent Investor
Revised Edition

Benjamin Graham
with Jason Zweig

HarberBusiness Essentials
(623 pp, $19.95)

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Time Magazine
Jason Zweig, "Get Rich Slowly"
Jason Zweig, "Get Rich Slowly" (PDF*)
Time, July 14, 2003


The Motley Fool
Seth Jayson, "Looking for Graham Crackers,"
The Motley Fool, April 15, 2004

Warren Buffett
Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Annual Report for 2003," (PDF*)
March, 2004; See P. 21 in the text

The New Yorker
John Cassidy, "Smart Money: Two Wall Street Classics appear in new editions,"
The New Yorker, October 6, 2003

The Street
Stephen Schurr, "The Fund Investor's Reading List,"
thestreet.com, September 22, 2003

Fortune Magazine
Ellen Florian, "Making Graham Crackle," (PDF*)
Fortune, September 1, 2003

Robert Barker, "Summer Reading Worth Investing In?"
Robert Barker, "Summer Reading Worth Investing In?" (PDF*)
BusinessWeek, August 11, 2003

Forbes Magazine
Mark Lewis, "New & Notable: Making a Success of Failure,"
forbes.com, July 23, 2003


Ben Graham: His Life and Legacy
Jason Zweig, "Benjamin Graham,"
www.jasonzweig.com, July 26, 2004


Jason Zweig

Jason Zweig is a personal finance columnist for The Wall Street Journal.  He was a senior writer for Money magazine and has been a guest columnist for Time magazine and cnn.com.  He is also the editor of the revised edition of Benjamin Graham’s The Intelligent Investor, the classic text that Warren Buffett has described as “by far the best book about investing every written.”  Before joining Money, Zweig was the mutual funds editor at Forbes.  In 2001, he was named “best financial columnist for a national publication” by Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.  In 2006, he received a lifetime achievement award from the Mutual Fund Education Alliance.  He has also been a Media Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and the Knight Center for Specialized Journalism at the University of Maryland.  Zweig is a trustee of the Museum of American Finance, an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution.  He also serves on the editorial boards of Financial History magazine and The Journal of Behavioral Finance.  A graduate of Columbia University, he lives in New York City. LEARN MORE ABOUT JASON


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