Benjamin Graham is the father of value investing, which has traditionally meant looking at stocks with the lowest price-to-earnings and price-to-book multiples. Warren Buffett was once a disciple of that approach, but his company has grown so big that he now prefers larger-cap stocks that have sustainable competitive advantage, without necessarily low multiples. So why are both Graham and Buffett continually popping up given their obvious differences? Find out in George Athanassakos and Julie Cazzin’s latest article, “What’s the difference between Ben Graham and Warren Buffett when it comes to value investing?”, published in Financial Post Online.
Aug 13 2021