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Irving Kahn was an American businessman and investor. He was the oldest living active investment professional. He was an early disciple of Benjamin Graham, the creator of the value investing methodology. Kahn began his career in 1928 and continued to work until his death. #Investmynt #IrvingKahn #American #businessman #investor #Kahn #billionaire #money #wallstreet #entrepreneur

New York magazine interviews Nir Barzilai, M.D., and Gil Atzmon, Ph.D., for a cover story on exceptional aging that centers on Irving Kahn (age 105) and his siblings, all participants in Einstein’s Longevity Genes Project. Dr. Barzilai is the Ingeborg and Ira Leon Rennert Chair of Aging Research and director of the Institute for Aging Research. Dr. Atzmon is assistant professor of medicine and of genetics. For more info, visit


Happy Birthday, Irving Kahn! Age 107 and Counting . . .


108-year-old investor: 'I doubled my money in 1929 crash - and I'm still winning'

Investment veteran Irving Kahn, who has weathered every financial storm since the 1920s, reveals everything he has learned

American businessman Irving Kahn, along with his two sisters and brother, constituted the world’s oldest living quartet of siblings

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Irving Kahn is a man who is 107 years old and still works as a financial analyst on Wall Street.


Irving Kahn was an American businessman and investor. He started his carrier in 1928 and worked in his whole life of 109 years up to last day, 24.Feb.2015. In last days of his life, he used to go office regularly and checked the work of his company ‘Kahn Brothers Group’. Incident was of Irving Kahn’s 108th birthday, he was celebrating his birthday. In office one young... To read full story, Just click-

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The 107-Year-Old Stock Picker

Irving Kahn -"Millions of people die every year of something they could cure themselves: lack of wisdom and lack of ability to control their impulses."