Posted on June 23, 2012 | Computerized Investing
Benjamin Graham’s Net Current Asset Value Approach
One of Benjamin Graham’s original selection methodologies dating back to the early 1930s has been largely overlooked. The methodology focuses on stocks trading at prices less than their net current asset values (NCAVs). This CI Online Exclusive explains the NCAV approach, highlighting how you can use computerized stock screening tools to identify stocks meeting Graham’s criteria.
Understanding and using return on equity and return on assets in your analysis of a company’s profitability.
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Gadget Corner – SuperTooth Crystal Bluetooth Speakerphone
Sleek, compact hands-free kit for making calls and listening to GPS directions while in the car.
Featured App – eIBD for iPad
Electronic version of Investor’s Business Daily delivered to your iPad.
This Week’s Question
What is your most commonly used means of communication?
B) Online social media
C) Instant messaging (AIM, Yahoo! Messenger, Google Chat, etc.)
D) Text messaging
E) Phone call
F) Speak in person
G) Video call (Skype, etc.)