Munger On Buffett, Temperament, And Why He’s Better Than Ben Graham

Charlie Munger isn’t nearly as high-profile as his Berkshire Hathaway partner Warren Buffett, but The Wall Street Journal’s Jason Zweig recently caught up with him for a fascinating interview in which Munger talked about everything from Socrates and Confucius to derivatives and accounting practices to why he doesn’t love Benjamin Graham the way Buffett does. Continue reading

Can You Rewire Your Brain To Be More Like Buffett?

Is it possible to rewire your brain so you think more like Warren Buffett? In a recent Wall Street Journal column, Jason Zweig takes a look at one successful fund manager who has tried to do just that.
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Why Investors Underperform Their Own Funds, And The Market

Investors may not be as dumb as one often cited study suggests, according to Jason Zweig, but their hot-stock-chasing ways still keep most from faring well over the long haul.

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Zweig & Clements On Income-building In A Low-yield World

In the latest episode of WealthTrack, financial columnists Jason Zweig and Jonathan Clements of The Wall Street Journal talk about how long-term investors can find income in a low-yield world.

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Don’t Let Your Brain Bully You Into Taking On Too Much Risk

Many investors who have missed out on much or all of the bull market gains since 2009 are now rushing back into stocks, The Wall Street Journal’s Jason Zweig says. And, he says, they may be making a big mistake.

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Don’t Forget The Crisis

The pain of the 2008-09 financial crisis and market meltdown was deep and lasting, but there are signs that investors are finally moving on, say Jason Zweig, Joe Light, and Liam Pleven of The Wall Street Journal.

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How Are Value Investors Made? Genetic Study Offers Answers

Are value investors the product of their environments, or are they genetically predisposed to go against the crowd? A new study says it’s a little of both.  Continue reading