Finding Value Among the "Lows": The Walter J. Schloss Approach
To the average investor, the name Walter J. Schloss does not ring any investment bells.
But as a Benjamin Graham disciple, he learned his lessons well. During the 1956 to 2000 period, Schloss’ investment fund earned a compounded annual rate of return of 15.7%, compared to the market’s return of 11.2% annually over the same period.
Warren Buffett has called him a “super investor.”
Philosophy & Style
Walter Schloss got his start doing clerical work at a financial firm and never went to college. He was encouraged by company management to read Ben Graham’s famous “Security Analysis” book and to enroll in two investment courses taught by Graham.
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