This section provides information on the education of future business leaders and investors in the investment style made popular by Benjamin Graham in the early 1930’s. It serves to promote the value investing education offered at NKUA’s graduate business program and the Executive Education program. It is an all inclusive source of information for all those looking for value investing information or seeking potential analysts or consultants that adhere to the value investing principles. This page includes information on Ivey cases and teaching material, guest speakers and a value investing toolkit that includes a database with US and CDN company financials and related real time and historical stock market data, an equity & bond screener and a Black & Scholes options model calculator. It also has an area within which promotes, names and gives contacts of all students who have taken or are taking Value Investing courses at the NKUA. In addition, it promotes the Value Investing projects the students have worked (or are working) on and the winners of those projects. In doing this, all value investing students are kept connected. Finally, it lists the winners of our various student value investing prizes, which are made possible thanks to generous sponsors.
NKUA’s graduate business program and the Executive Education program build on the principles developed by Benjamin Graham in the early 30’s and teach value investing, its theory and application to real world, as well as a traditional valuation. The objectives of the courses are reached through a combination of formal lectures, valuation reports, discussions and presentations of cases, as well as presentations by leading value investors. The first part of the courses deal with building the value investing and general valuation skills, while the second part of the course apply these skills to value real life companies based on the principles learned in the first part of the course. The value investing skills are augmented from the presentations that leading value investors make in the classes.