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.
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.
With so much having changed in the financial world over the years, can decades-old investment strategies still work today? Validea CEO John P. Reese says they certainly can.
While he was no doubt born with some natural gifts, Warren Buffett didn’t become history’s greatest investor without any help. Buffett many times has praised his mentor, the late, great Benjamin Graham, for shaping his investing approach, and in a recent piece for Business Insider, Richard Feloni looked at some of the key lessons Buffett learned from the man known as “The Father of Value Investing”.
Just what can individual investors learn from Warren Buffett’s incredibly successful career? In a recent column, The Wall Street Journal’s Jason Zweig takes a look at that question.
Are stocks cheap or expensive? Warren Buffett says it all depends on what happens with interest rates.
Whether or not they pay attention to the “barrage of folksy aphorisms” that will be offered at Berkshire Hathaway’s upcoming annual meeting, investors should pay attention to Berkshire’s stock, Michael Brush says.