29th May '16


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I've nearly finished reading Ben Grahams book, which was written in the 1940's. I've found the commentaries at the end of each chapter essential because they were written by Martin Zweig using modern examples, and modern terminology. So I went to find a blog or something by him. He has just dropped dead! RiP to a guy i hope gets the respect he deserves for…

Does anyone have any experience of using trading software. I'm looking for a program that I can implement my trading strategies with, such as the following: Program my own screens using rules like PE10, Dividend streak = > 4yrs, Dividend growth streak = > 2yrs. dept:assets = <1 time the market average. etc etc. I would also like to to program my exit strategies such…

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Thanks Ed. I've been looking at the Value momentum screen, but from what i can see jack Hough is a writer and not an investor. So I'll look into the composite rank screen above. Isn't this what omahas finest does by mixing growth and value strategy, or is their a slight differnce between momentum and growth. These terms are usually much of a muchness.

Maybe i got them confused. Every cloud hey. This 1 has 2 linings. Ed has given me a good book to read, and the guy is still alive!

If EPV can be used as a margin of safety because it doesn't factor potential growth, how much margin of safety does not allowing for growth give?

Thanks, plenty to think about. Its now about as clear as mud. But anyway. This is the kind of advise that is indespensable, and I think I get it. That due to fees and slip I should focus my purchases into fewer stocks. So as not to allow anything i do make to be diluted by exposure to losses, and provide me with staying power.…

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