Benjamin Graham on Investing Giveaway Contest

This is a video blog post. Text follows below the video…

If you didn’t (can’t?) watch the embedded video, then here are the highlights:

  • McGraw Hill kindly gave me a copy of the new book “Benjamin Graham on Investing” to review and give away
  • The book will be dry if you don’t know who Benjamin Graham is already
  • The book is a gem if you have ever spent time looking through financial statements
  • It is a collection of Graham’s writings between the end of the First World War and up to the stock market crash of 1929, all gathered into one book
  • McGraw Hill have given me one copy to give away and the rules are down below

If you wish to go ahead and purchase it, please click here for more information from

How To Enter

  1. You can earn one entry by submitting a comment on this post (maximum of 1 comment), you must include a valid email address in the form, but your email is never shared with anyone.
  2. You can earn another entry by promoting this contest on your own blog (pingback required).
  3. You can earn another entry by tweeting the URL of this contest post (Must include @PreetBanerjee in your tweet so I know you tweeted it). Not following me? Click here to follow me on Twitter.

So you can earn up to three entries in this contest. The winner will have exactly 1 week to claim their prize (I will notify you via email), or they will forfeit their winnings. The contest runs until midnight (EST) on August 29th, 2009. Prize will be shipped to addresses in Canada and the USA only. Winner will be drawn at random.

Preet Banerjee
Preet Banerjee an independent consultant to the financial services industry and a personal finance commentator. You can learn more about Preet at his personal website and you can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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  • Tom @ Canadian Finance Blog

    Looks like a great book. Really like the video format Preet!

  • Jason

    Count me in for the contest.

  • Garry

    Great site! Thanks for the chance at a great book.

  • Aaron

    I tend to like these “dry” books. Please count me in!

  • Paul S

    Fyi, the video link (which appears as a red X) in the Feedburner email leads to a real estate website. Or maybe it was an ad in the email. Just mentioning it in case it was due to your experiment with Video postings.

  • Ryan

    Keep up the good work Preet.

  • Jesus

    Count me in. Good idea the video blog.

  • Returns Reaper

    Technical? Dry? That’s my kinda book! Count me in.

  • Marianne O

    I’d be interested to see how Graham’s comments from pre-Depression match up with the finance world today. I’d guess not much has really changed.

  • Christopher Hylarides

    I like my drinks dry, so if I don’t win I’ll just buy the book. :-D I already have Security Analysis and The Intelligent Investor and they are fascinating insights.

  • Brian

    Ben Graham, the father of value investing. I have yet to read Security Analysis. Count me in please!

  • Henry

    I am in. However, I did look at the book in Chapters and I found it not as useful as The Intelligent Investor.

  • Brandon

    Great vlog…nice sunflower! Sign me up…thanks!

  • Rishi

    I’m in. Will also promote your giveaway!

  • Gerry

    I’d love to read this book.

  • Andres

    I’ve heard it’s a good complement to The Intelligent Investor.
    Count me in!

  • Bernie

    I’d love to have the book…thanks for your great blog!!!

  • Kenny

    Count me in, please! Good luck with the video log!

  • Sean

    Thanks for another great giveaway! (Am I pressing my luck yet?)

  • Dave D

    Sounds like an interesting read.

  • BILL

    Keep the good work up

  • Matt Simms

    sweet. BG is the man.

  • John King

    Count me in.

  • Kenny

    Good idea for the video…I think I want the book :)

  • Alan

    The win or not to win, that is really the question.

  • missnb20

    I hope I win the book.

  • Andy

    Great site, I would love to have the Graham Book. I’ve read the Intelligent Investor and it’s changed my mindset. I’m much more focused and patient than I have ever been in my stock purchases. .

  • Nicolas

    Graham rules!

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