While the market indexes were scathed in 2008–9, certain companies bucked the trend. Investors bought them at good value. They had nothing to fear from an ‘impending correction.’
The number and reliability of customers remains an important test when it comes to investing in listed companies.
While Buffett waits for a moat to be established before he invests, Peter Thiel invests based on the potential of a future moat.
Many people swear by index funds. For new investors, they can be a very reasonably priced way to enter the market. But they do have some disadvantages.
When I’m looking at businesses today, I keep front of mind these lessons on margin. As an investor, I’ve come to hate low-margin businesses. And as an analyst, I’m a margin hound.
How do you beat low Kiwi wages? Save whatever you can. Build a dividend-rich investment portfolio.
Welcome to the final installment of our four-part series on the world’s top investing strategies. Today, we’ll examine 10 more strategies in a rapid-fire review.
Today, we’ll delve into the investing strategy that is potentially responsible for more millionaires in today’s generation than any other approach.
Welcome to Part Two of our four-part series on the world’s top investing strategies. Today, we’ll investigate a different approach that’s just that — different.
In this series, I’ll reveal the specific strategies that famous investors used to multiply their wealth. I’ve studied each guru and strategy…and I’ve thrown all the best gems in this series.
I’m going to tell you about a defining moment in my career. It involves a trade that would have a lasting influence. Let me set the scene…
The truth is there are a number of things happening in the world now to be worried about. But you can’t let it get you too down. What’s easy to forget is the wonderful opportunities…
Yesterday I got to see a showcase of where investing is going in 2019 and beyond. I picked up some good ideas. It helped confirm some of the opportunities I’ve been seeing in the markets.
A stable family is one of the building blocks of wealth. The other is investing well. But which stocks can perennially keep rising?