Value Walk Wins A Prestigious Award

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Benjamin Graham

June 15th, 2010, Philadelphia, PA – Value Investing has recently been honored with eCollegeFinder’s Financial Mentor Award. The Financial Mentor Award recognizes the top 50 financial resources on the Internet that allow students to maintain their financial health while in school. Finding an affordable education is just one piece of the financial puzzle for students. Value Investing acts as a valuable financial resource and has shown dedication to helping people successfully manage their economic positions. This award is intended to commend their remarkable efforts.

To view the entire list of award winners, visit the eCollegeFinder Financial Mentor Award page.

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From eCollegeFinder.org about Value Walk

My website is dedicated to value investing and famous value investors. Value investing was started by Benjamin Graham, and made famous by his wealthiest student, Warren Buffett. Value Investing in one sentence is buying a stock worth $1 for $0.50.

What is the best piece of financial advice you have for students? The best advice I can possibly give is start saving NOW. Saving and investing $100 a month when you are in college, can add up to millions of dollars by the time you retire. Everyone has $100 they could scrape together and put away to save. Take that $100 call up a firm like Vanguard, T. Rowe Price, or Fidelity and open up an account TODAY.

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