Benjamin Graham's The Interpretation of Financial Statements; Warmly Inscribed by Him and Spencer Meredith

  • The Interpretation of Financial Statements.
  • The Interpretation of Financial Statements.
  • The Interpretation of Financial Statements.

The Interpretation of Financial Statements.

$11,000.00

Item Number: 98742

New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1937.

First edition, early printing of this classic in understanding balance sheets. Octavo, original cloth. Presentation copy, inscribed by both authors on the front free endpaper, “To our true friend and inspiration, a born economist Ben Graham.” Also signed by the co-author, “Good Luck Bill Spencer B. Meredith. In near fine condition. Books signed and inscribed by Benjamin Graham are scarce.

First published in 1937, this highly praised manual has become a standard in understanding corporate balance sheets and income statements. This second revised edition takes account of new terms and new techniques now commonly used in analyzing and framing company statements with specific financial reports from a number of representative companies and Commission Reports on United States manufacturing corporations.

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