by Benjamin Graham and Jason Zweig
The intelligent investor, written by Benjamin Graham, is considered one of the best books on value investing.
Benjamin Grossbaum (May 8, 1894 – September 21, 1976) was a British-born economist and professional investor from the United States. Grossbaum was born in London, England, and moved to the United States in 1894. Graham began teaching value investing at Columbia Business School in 1928, and he is widely considered a pioneer in the subject of value investing.
Jason Zweig is a personal finance and investing columnist for the Wall Street Journal, where he lives in New York City. He has a wide breadth of expertise in financial journalism, having worked as a senior writer at Money magazine, the mutual-fund editor at Forbes, and a contributor to Time and Cnn.com.
Investment expert Warren Buffett hailed it as “the best book on investing ever written.”