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GUEST AUTHOR BLOG: The Test of Time: Ben Graham in 2012 by Joe Carlen, author of "The Einstein of Money: The Life and Timeless Financial Wisdom of Benjamin Graham."
It was 1914, nearly one hundred years ago, when a twenty-year old Benjamin Graham began working on Wall Street. Within a few years, his views on the market were already being circulated in the financial press of that era.
By 1932/1933, wizened by his experiences during the Roaring Twenties and The Great Depression and six years of teaching security analysis, his views had crystallized into a comprehensive system of bond and common stock selection.
During that time, Graham, along with his assistant course instructor David Dodd, codified that system in a 600 page volume drawn mainly from Graham's already legendary security analysis classes at Columbia University.