Invest on Facts, Not Emotions – By Tom Vilord

Posted on: July 26th, 2017

We have had quite a bull market over the last several years.  One that I don’t ever remember lasting so long.  When the market just goes straight up, we also can get a false sense of skills.  As Buffett once said, “A rising tide lifts all ships”.  So, we may have made money on a […]

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How to Invest When You’re Facing an Overvalued Market

Posted on: July 25th, 2017
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Shareholder Friendly Management Compensation: By Tom Vilord

Posted on: July 7th, 2017

Charlie Munger said in a BBC interview that the 4 things he looks at in a business are the following: A business he and Warren understand. A business with a durable competitive advantage, ie a Moat. A business with a shareholder friendly management team with a lot of integrity and talent. A business that is […]

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Value Investing in an Overheated Market

Posted on: July 6th, 2017
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Signs of a Good, Shareholder-Friendly CEO

Posted on: July 6th, 2017

A CEO is not everything when it comes to a company or stock, but he or she is very important. Ideally, the chief executive officer is the leader; and chief decision maker, for the company. Therefore a boss committed to increasing value is always a plus when picking a stock. Some signs that a CEO […]

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The Most Important Metrics For Dividend Investors

Posted on: June 29th, 2017

This is a guest contribution by Nick McCullum of Sure Dividend   For a new investor, figuring out the most important metrics to use in your investing strategy can be very difficult. There are a great deal of complicated financial statistics out there, and to make matters worse, many of them have vague acronyms like […]

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How One-On-One Coaching Can Get You Ahead in Value Investing

Posted on: June 21st, 2017

Value investing. It might possibly be the top method for making the most of your money on Wall Street. In fact, some of the best investors, most successful stock market players, and top hedge fund managers have one thing in common. And that is how they made their money using value investing. Here at Wall […]

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Demystifying the Amazon Valuation Dilemma

Posted on: May 25th, 2017

Introduction Amazon: the Valuation Dark Side It is no secret that Amazon (AMZN) has been a disruptive force, especially relating to the retail sector.  On the other hand, the company is also an enigma to the value focused fundamental investor such as yours truly.  Over its entire operating history as a publicly traded company, Amazon […]

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The Active versus Passive Performance Debate Is Nonsensical

Posted on: May 18th, 2017

Introduction One of the most hotly contested debates in finance is the argument over which is better – active or passive investing.  Moreover, this debate has spurred numerous academic studies that claim to identify whether passive outperforms active investing or vice versa.  As a result, the current popular opinion suggests that passive outperforms active investing […]

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Why You Should Consider Value Investing To Get the Most Out of Your Money

Posted on: May 17th, 2017
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