Irving Kahn Resource Page Updated

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As promised recently we are updating/cleaning the investor resource pages on a regular basis. Following the death of legendary value investor, Irving Kahn last week, we’ve updated his resource page and added new content.

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Below is a partial excerpt from the page followed by link to the full page, which can also be found under Value Investors tab above.

GrizzlyRock Value Partners returned 30 percent in the fourth quarter; Here are their favorite stocks

GrizzlyGrizzlyRock Value Partners returned 30.31% net for the fourth quarter, bringing its full-year return to 7.57% net. During the fourth quarter, longs added 42.8%, while shorts detracted 10.3%. Q4 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and more In his annual letter to investors, which was reviewed by ValueWalk, managing partner Kyle Mowery noted that 2020 was Read More


Irving Kahn

Irving Kahn  contributed to Graham’s bible on value investing, Security Analysis, by providing some statistical help.  Irving Kahn’s main source of insight into the world of investment was Graham; he was inspired so much that he named his second son Thomas Graham after after the great investor himself.

Born Dec. 19, 1905 Irving Kahn kick started his career in 1928 and since then has been actively contributing to the world of business. He is one of the founding members of New York Society of Security Analysts and Financial Analysts’ Journal and was among the first few applicants to take the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) exam.

Irving Kahn worked closely with Benjamin Graham over his career. He had the noteworthy opportunity of working as Graham’s teaching assistant at Columbia University Business School and also contributed to Graham’s bible on value investing,Security Analysis, by providing some statistical help. Irving Kahn met his wife, Ruth Perl Kahn in Benjamin Graham’s classes.

Irving Kahn resource page

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