While not as well known as fellow Columbia University value investors Warren Buffett and Benjamin Graham, Walter Schloss produced one of the best stock investing track records ever. And in a recent piece for Stockopedia, Rupert Hargreaves looks at how he did it.
Every day, Validea uses John Reese’s Guru Strategy investing models to rank dozens of industries using a myriad of financial and fundamental data. The rankings include a value index, a growth index, and an overall index that takes both growth and value factors into account. Here’s a look at some of the current top-rated industries using the growth index.
Bill Nygren, one of the top fund managers of the past decade, says he’s been bargain-hunting in the wake of oil’s big decline.
How many stocks do you need to be right on to get rich? A lot fewer than you think, according to Warren Buffett.
Top strategist Kenneth Fisher says he’s not giving up on foreign stocks, despite the fact that they’ve lagged during the bull market.
Nearly six years into the bull market, the S&P 500 is trading at somewhat elevated but far from euphoric valuations. But in a recent note, Wells Capital’s James Paulsen says that doesn’t tell the whole story of the overall market’s valuation.
What makes a good investor? In a piece for CNBC.com, Elizabeth MacBride takes a look at some of the research that shows the answer can be found deep within investors’ brains.