But there is also growth investing. A slightly different approach to investment analysis.
Benjamin Graham mentored Warren Buffet and is considered the founder of value investing.
Today, a quick summary on Benjamin Graham and his three key principles for value investing. While they may not turn you into the next Warren Buffett, these investment tips will make you a better investor. (more…)
I love the investor, Warren Buffett. Hate the politician, Warren Buffett, but love the investor.
I believe the Benjamin Graham based investment philosophy utilized by Buffett is excellent. An investment style worth emulating for individuals who invest in individual securities.
Identify solid companies in growing industries, with superior products or services, and run by first-rate management. Then invest for the longer term.
The results are evident both in the personal success of Warren Buffett and in his primary investment vehicle, Berkshire Hathaway.
But neither Benjamin Graham’s style nor Warren Buffet are infallible. Mistakes can be made. (more…)
Warren Buffet has done exceptionally well as an investor and businessman over the long run.
But Buffet, in his folksy Nebraskan way, does offer some great advice.
This linked article from Business Insider shares 15 of his top short snappers.
A few thoughts from my side on some of the points Buffet makes. (more…)
Equities are often viewed through the prism of being either value or growth stocks.
This is especially true when reviewing different investment styles for equity funds.
Today we will take a look at value investing. (more…)