A reminder to everyone to chill... and look at things from a broader perspective. Be less pessimistic and a little bit more optimistic.
The One Book You Must Read to Improve Your Decision-Making Skills
A valuable read for investors looking to improve their decision-making skills in the stock market.
2022 Portfolio Review -A Quick Look Back, Then Start Looking Forward
My annual investment review for 2022. This year has been a rollercoaster for the stock market, here are the key takeaways from my portfolio.
Navigating the Bear Market: Dollar Cost Averaging vs. Lump Sum Investing
Navigating the stock market: comparing the pros and cons of dollar cost averaging and lump sum investing. Which is right strategy for you?
3 Books That Got Me Started in Value Investing
The 7 Superinvestors Featured in “Superinvestors of Graham & Doddsville” by Warren Buffet
I will be discussing the individual superinvestors mentioned in the article "The Superinvestors of Graham-and-Doddsville,". This article was published in 1984 by Warren Buffett in the Hermes Society Newsletter. Here is a link to the article: https://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/articles/columbia-business/superinvestors Summary "The Superinvestors of Graham-and-Doddsville" was written by Warren Buffett in 1984. In the article, Buffett discusses the … Continue reading The 7 Superinvestors Featured in “Superinvestors of Graham & Doddsville” by Warren Buffet
Insider Buy Superstocks by Jesse Stine
Here is my summary and review of "Insider Buy Superstocks". It has some important concepts to achieve great investment returns.
Life is Like Playing Poker, not Chess
Life is poker, not chess. Chess contains no hidden information with no luck. Poker has incomplete information. It’s a game of decision-making under conditions of uncertainty over time.
Revisiting Buffett’s 1977 Fortune Article “How Inflation Swindles The Equity Investor”
How a corporation operates internally and how those internal processes interact with inflation in the economy and financial markets.
Of Twitter’s Subscription Business, and Uber’s Recent Earnings Report
Twitter’s Subscription Business Elon Musk, Twitter's new owner, announced today that the firm cannot be sustained only by advertising and tweeted information regarding its subscription plans. https://www.straitstimes.com/world/united-states/elon-musk-announces-11-monthly-charge-for-verified-twitter-accounts In essence, this is a fairly standard business question. which is "how to collect more money from users who might be willing to pay more". However, it seems … Continue reading Of Twitter’s Subscription Business, and Uber’s Recent Earnings Report