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Random thoughts about investing

This will be random thoughts about investing and the lessons that I have learnt. I can’t find a way to categorise them, so there’s no structure and it’s pretty messy. Value investment is not about buying something at ridiculously low PE/PB nor buying a company with a sustainable competitive advantage. Neither is it about buying low nor selling.

Random thoughts about investing Specialization The Wall Street Journal has a fascinating interview with a venture capitalist, Bill Gurley, who says that "the venture-capital community or startup community is taking on an excessive amount of risk right now," i.e. it’s a bubble,

That thought seemed both scary and feasible at. You should look at it as an investment that will keep paying out dividends.

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2018-11-05 Posted by: jason rivera category: article, Basic Value Investing/Finance, Investment Resources, Learning from the Greats, Long term, margin of safety, Mental Models, Quotes, Random thoughts, Value Investment Training, videos, Worldly Wisdom

I wrote more articles about Apple than almost any other company over the last five years. For a long time it was one of the most hated stocks on Wall Street, and when we bought it for the first time in 2013, an outraged client wrote me an email calling our purchase "irresponsible" – which motivated me to write not just one but two articles on Apple (one, two).

Once again, we’re back with the Random Thoughts on Investing series! I have a lot of thoughts to share, but since each of these thoughts aren’t long enough to devout to individual posts, I’ve grouped them all below. Enjoy reading! A funny thing about investing.

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In 2018, she said, "in races they didn’t invest in, like the Texas 10th. "because I wasn’t hardline enough, I guess," but.

Random thoughts on the passing scene. The United Automobile Workers are getting a big return on their investment in the election of Barack Obama because the government takeover of General Motors.

And if you want to call that "smarts", then that’s what it is. Brokamp: When I was looking at that, my first thought was not investing as much as saving. Housel: Yes. Brokamp: Not spending as much,

Random Thoughts On Investing "The one absolute requirement of a money manager is emotional maturity. If you don’t know who you are, the stock market is an expensive place to find out."

The Ultimate Truth about Housing Affordability The Ultimate Truth about Housing Affordability. May 30, 2019 by Joe Bowski. There have been many headlines decrying an "affordability crisis" in the residential real estate market. While it is true that buying a home is less affordable than it had been over the last ten years, we need to.