Finding Value Among the "Lows": The Walter J. Schloss Approach

by Cara Scatizzi

Finding Value Among The

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.”

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Cara Scatizzi is a former associate financial analyst at AAII.


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