Lessons From History’s Greatest Investing Minds

What lessons can history’s best investment gurus teach us? Be resilient, unemotional, and cautious, to name three, says author William Green, who interviewed nearly three dozen investing legends for his new book.

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Why You Might Not Want That Juicy Dividend

Many investors get frustrated when companies hold onto large amounts of cash rather than return it to shareholders through dividends or other means. But Validea CEO John Reese says that sometimes, you should be thankful when a company doesn’t send its cash back your way.

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Baron On The Futility Of Forecasting, And Why Inflation Is Higher Than You Think

Billionaire investor Ron Baron has a message for those who are trying to predict how day-to-day news will impact the stock market: Stop.

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Reese: Rate Hike Reality Far More Complex Than It Appears

If you’ve been listening to the financial media in recent months, you’ve probably gotten the idea that the interest rate hikes that seem to be on the horizon spell big-time trouble for stocks. But in his latest column for Globe and Mail, Validea CEO John P. Reese says the reality is far more complicated than that.

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Bill Nygren On … Everything

GuruFocus’s two-part interview with top fund manager Bill Nygren is a must-read, offering insights into Nygren’s incredibly successful value approach.

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Fisher On Why Hillary Won’t Win In 2016 — And What That Means For Stocks

While many believe it’s a foregone conclusion that Hillary Clinton will win the 2016 presidential election, top strategist Kenneth Fisher says history shows otherwise –and that, he says, is likely to have a big impact on how stocks behave over the next couple years.

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Sonders, Schwab: Let’s Get Normalized

A closely fought “tug-of-war” between bulls and bears has kept stocks trading in a tight range this year, and Charles Schwab strategists think the battle could continue for a while longer.
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