Invaluable WealthWisdom From Morgan Housel

The Best Way to Learn as an Investor If it were up to me, I would replace every book called How to Invest Like Warren Buffett with a one called How to Not Invest Like Lehman Brothers, Long-Term Capital Management, and Jesse Livermore. There are so many lessons to learn from these failed investors about […]


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2014: The Year of the Global Taurus

We Focus on the USA, Europe, China and Japan Despite the early wobbles during January 2014, global equity markets had largely recovered all lost ground by the end of February and as of this writing are somewhat ahead of where they were at the start of the year.  Heightened concerns about […]


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The Search for Income in Today’s Low Interest Rate Environment

A New Look at The Changed Role of Bonds at a Time of Paltry Yields Bonds have traditionally been included in portfolios because of their stability, the production of steady interest income and the certainty of principal repayment.  With current interest rates at three-decade lows – and likely to stay low […]


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12 Timeless Investment Lessons from Jason Zweig*

1. “The future value of every investment is a function of its present price. The higher the price you pay, the lower your return will be.” Value investors *price* assets based on their value *now* (based on data from the present) rather than make predictions about markets in the *future.*  Value investors […]


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