As the Robert Heilbrunn Professor of Finance and Asset Management at the Columbia Business School, Bruce Greenwald is one of the most respected authorities on value investing. Despite the droves of new investment strategies and exotic financial instruments available, Greenwald still trumpets the techniques championed by Benjamin Graham 80 years ago: Buy unloved, cheap, and overlooked stocks.
Here is a video featuring Greenwald and his beliefs, as well as four stocks that could possibly be on Mr. Greenwald and Mr. Graham's hypothetical radar:
After learning from Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffett is now considered one of the greatest investor of all time. However, the price of becoming the world's greatest investor is that Warren Buffett can no longer make many of the types of investments that made him rich in the first place. Find out about one such opportunity in "The Stock Buffett Wishes He Could Buy." The free report details a sector of the economy Buffett's heavily invested in right now and exactly why he can't buy one attractive company in that sector. Click here to keep reading.