It’s safe to say that Wall Street and the financial marketplace is largely male-dominated. Women only run 2% of hedge funds and there are only a handful of top female managers. When we think of the world’s greatest investors, we think of Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, Benjamin Graham, Mohnish Pabrai… and no women. There definitely Read more.
Dollar Cost Averaging is the practice of buying a certain number of shares in a given stock periodically, so you buy a certain dollar amount of shares regardless of the price per share. This investing technique supposedly reduces your risk of investing a large amount in a single stock at the wrong time. You buy Read more.
Here are our top 10 best investment blogs and podcasts from the past year that share some great investing information and resources. If you’re looking for a place to start learning more about Rule #1 Investing, look no further. If you missed any of these articles, now would be a great time to catch up. Read more.
A word you will hear time and time again in the investing world is diversification. Diversification is the idea of creating a portfolio that includes multiple investments in order to reduce risk. Someone who is an entrepreneur might think it best to lower his risk and have 100 businesses, rather than focus on one or Read more.
In today’s day and age, the average lifespan of humans is increasing steadily. Medical discoveries are made every day, allowing people to live long, healthy lives. The downside? People may begin to outlive their retirement savings. Investing after your retirement is the solution.
Investing your money generates more money by earning interest on what you put away. When you take the time to learn investing basics, there is less risk involved. You learn to choose stocks that will generate more money for you in the future. Bottom line: the best way to make money without working for the Read more.
In the 2013 Berkshire Hathaway Chairman’s letter to shareholders, Warren Buffett writes about “certain fundamentals of investing.” These fundamentals form the nucleus of the Rule One investing philosophy. Because of this, I’ve included selections from his letter regarding these key points, along with my own comments. I hope my thoughts help to amplify the point Read more.
This week Danielle and I discuss the United Airlines incident and the importance of leaders and integrity. As well as the strength of family-owned companies and the different classes of stocks with different voting rights.
This week Danielle and I discuss market risk, Modern Portfolio Theory, and short-term versus long-term perspectives for fund managers. We dive into factors that affect the stock market as well as the ratio between GDP revenue of U.S. and the entire stock market. Get your washtub ready for when they go on sale.
In order to set the stage for your success, you’ll have to eliminate any bad debt you may have head-on. You may be asking yourself, what is bad debt? Let me explain.