In particular, '82, '85, '87, '88, '91, '92, '94. More recent ones are less interesting.
Security analysis (6th edition)
Expectations investing: Reading stock prices for better returns (with Alfred Rappaport)
Damn right! Behind the scene with Charlie Munger, by Janet Lowe
This book is selling for $2,500 on ebay. However, a scanned digital version (in PDF format) is available on Internet. Important disclaimer: I am providing this link for information only and has no relation to whoever created, supplied, and hosted that PDF file.
Martin J. Whitman
McKinsey & Company
Joshua Rosenbaum and Joshua Pearl
John Boquist, Todd Milbourn, Anjan Thakor
Robert F. Bruner
International Financial Statement Analysis (CFA textbook)
Value Investing Quotes
"I call investing the greatest business in the world because you never have to swing. You stand at the plate, the pitcher throws you General Motors at 47! U.S. Steel at 39! and nobody calls a strike on you. There's no penalty except opportunity lost. All day you wait for the pitch you like; then when the fielders are asleep, you step up and hit it."
"The stock market is a no-called-strike game. You don't have to swing at everything--you can wait for your pitch. The problem when you're a money manager is that your fans keep yelling, 'Swing, you bum!'"
"I don't look to jump over 7-foot bars: I look around for 1-foot bars that I can step over."
"I am a better investors because I am a businessman, and a better businessman because I am an investor."
"If you've been playing poker for half an hour and you still don't know who the patsy is, you're the patsy."
Bill Miller: "One hundred percent of a company's information reflects its past while 100 percent of its value reflects its future.”
Charles Munger: "Price is what you pay for and value is what you get."
Benjamin Graham: "Investment is most intelligent when it is most business-like."
John Burr Williams:
"The last word on the true worth of any security will never be said by anyone but men who have devoted their whole lives to a particular industry should be able to make a better appraisal of its securities than any outsider can.”
"The value of any stock, bond or business today is determined by the cash inflows and outflows - discounted at an appropriate interest rate - that can be expected to occur during the remaining life of the asset."
Famous Value Investors
(below in alphabetic order by last name)
Martin Zweig (Finance Ph.D. from MSU)