How Walter Schloss Became a “Superinvestor”

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.

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Buffett On Why You Don’t Need To Be An Expert On Everything

How many stocks do you need to be right on to get rich? A lot fewer than you think, according to Warren Buffett.

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Buffett On Why You Shouldn’t Overreact To The Total Market/GDP Ratio

In an interview at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summitnot long ago, Warren Buffett talked about his investment approach, the US economy, and a number of other investment and economic issues (h/t Stingy Investor).

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Is Apple More “Buffett-Like” Than IBM?

Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway have a big stake in tech giant International Business Machines. But could Apple be more of a traditional Buffett pick than IBM? Validea CEO John Reese says his Buffett-inspired “Guru Strategy” indicates that that appears to be the case.

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HowTo Identify A Moat, Guru-style

In his latest column for Seeking Alpha, Validea CEO John Reese looks at how Warren Buffett — and other gurus — have gone about identifying companies with “economic moats”.

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Cars and Cards for Berkshire, Buffett In Q3

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway significantly upped its stake in both Visa and Mastercard in the third quarter, while also ramping up its investment in embattled automaker General Motors.

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Buffett Thinks Duracell Has Power Left

Batteries aren’t exactly a sexy business, but Warren Buffett sees value in them, with his Berkshire Hathaway this week announcing it will acquire Duracell from Procter & Gamble.

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