Walter Schloss – The Key To Purchasing An Undervalued Stock Is Its Price COMPARED To Its Intrinsic Worth

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One of our favorite investors here at The Acquirer’s Multiple is Walter Schloss. Schloss averaged a 16% total return after fees during five decades as a stand-alone investment manager, versus 10% for the S&P 500. Warren Buffet said the following about Schloss is his famous article, The Superinvestors of Graham-and-Doddsville: “He [Schloss] simply says, if a business is worth a dollar … Read More

Walter Schloss Would Roll In His Grave If He Could Read This Latest Research From Stanford

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Walter Schloss is on Warren Buffett’s list of Super-investors. He’s a man who rarely spoke to management and analysts. So, I’m fairly certain he would roll in his grave he if could read this latest research from Stanford University regarding analyst coverage and how it’s a good prediction of how well a company will perform. Their research shows: Companies with abnormally … Read More

Just How Did Walter Schloss Achieve a 21.3% CAGR From 1956 to 1984

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Walter Schloss was one of Buffett’s Superinvestors of Graham-and-Doddsville. He had an incredible track record of returns over his investing career, achieving a 21.3% CAGR over the period of 28 and a quarter years from 1956 to Q1 1984. And, he did it while keeping his own expenses to a minimum. In Buffett’s 1994 shareholder letter he wrote about Schloss: “Please … Read More

Walter Schloss – The Hippocratic Method In Security Analysis

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One of our favorite investors here at The Acquirer’s Multiple is Walter Schloss. Schloss was one of the most respected value investors ever to have lived, and is included in Buffett’s list of Superinvestors. He was a disciple of the Benjamin Graham school of investing. He didn’t attend college but took investment courses taught by Graham at the New York Stock Exchange Institute. … Read More