Work picks up substantially for me during March and April so my posting activity will go down during this time. It is hard to keep up when working 12 to 14 hours per day but I will try to blog at least once a week to blow off some steam. It is the price to … Continue reading On the Grind
Warren Buffett just released his annual (2016) Berkshire Hathaway shareholder letter over the weekend. You can find it here along with all of his annual shareholder letters dating back to 1977. I have read all of them. I recommend reading each of them because in addition to learning something about accounting, economics, finance, or tax, … Continue reading Warren Buffett’s Annual Shareholder Letter
I have not really discussed my investing and savings activity since the beginning of 2017 so I thought I would dedicate this post to that. Saving At the beginning of each year, my wife and I set savings goals for the year. We usually do an update at mid-year to adjust our goals if there … Continue reading Investing and Savings Activity
I think the hardest way to invest is buy and hold. It might not seem that hard because you just buy a stock or a piece of real estate and let the income roll in for years on end. No need to worry about selling. I say it is the hardest though because of the … Continue reading Does Buy and Hold Investing Work?
Seth Klarman manages Baupost, a hedge fund based on Boston. The fund has assets of about $30 billion under management. Klarman is a relatively low-key fund manager who rarely speaks out. Don't let this fool you though. He is one of the greatest value investors of all time. Warren Buffett has publicly praised Klarman and … Continue reading One of the Greatest Value Investors of All Time Weighs in on Trump and the Current State of the Stock Market
I posted earlier this month on how I believe the US stock market is overvalued (I feel the same way about the Canadian stock market). I also posted about the real estate bubble in Canada, particularly Vancouver and Toronto. Many renowned investors and reputable organizations are saying the same - either explicitly or implicitly - … Continue reading Real Estate and Stock Market Bubbles, their Cause, and What I’m Doing
I like investing in individual stocks. I like studying a Company’s “story”. I like analyzing its financials. And I love becoming a part owner in a business. Investing in individuals stocks isn’t for everyone though. Homework is required. Owning individual stocks can result in volatility so you have to be able to stomach price swings. … Continue reading One of the Best Stocks in the World