Rule #1 Finance Blog
With Investor Phil Town
“You don’t make money when you buy stocks. You don’t make money when you sell stocks. You make money while you wait.” – Charlie Munger
Most of the time, successful investing is a waiting game. Just as there are poor times to sell your stocks, there are poor times to buy them as well, and sitting on money (cash) while you wait for a better opportunity is often one of the best investing decisions that you can make. Read more.
Nothing can sink a company and all of its investors quite as fast as corrupt companies, corrupt CEOs, or management teams.
You don’t have to look very hard to find examples of CEOs and other executives who sent their companies into a tailspin due to shady deals, ethically questionable behavior, and corporate corruption. Read more.
Though it has had a few jitters lately, the overall strength of current market has been unprecedented, soaring past record after record in its continual upward climb.
However, no matter how strong a bull market is, it must come down eventually, and it is my opinion that a considerable stock market crash could be on the horizon.
Here are 6 reasons why I feel the stock market could be heading for tough times in the not-so-distant future. Read more.
Of the many different investing strategies that a modern-day investor has to choose from, value investing is among the most tried and true of them all.
Let’s dive into what value investing is and how you can use the principles of value investing to drastically grow your wealth over time. Read more.
Figuring out how to invest money in order to effectively set yourself up for future success can sometimes be a real challenge. There’s certainly no shortage of information on investing available in the digital age, however, this glut of information can often be as overwhelming as it is helpful. This post is just for you: Read more.
When it comes to investing, choosing NOT to put your money somewhere can be just as important to your success. After all, one bad investment can easily water down the rest of your portfolio and cripple your returns.
Sometimes we need to ask ourselves, “W.W.W.B.D. – What Would Warren Buffett Do?”
While there’s no way to know for sure the exact companies that you should avoid, there are certain guidelines that can help keep you on the right track. Read more.
Following the release of the book that I co-authored with my daughter Danielle Town, Invested: How Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger Taught Me to Master My Mind, My Emotions, and My Money (with a Little Help from My Dad), Danielle and I have been hitting the media circuit.
The thought of investing in tech stocks or new technologies can be appealing for those who’d like to quickly achieve major gains.
It’s a booming business on the rise, right? Read more.
For many people, there seems to be a divide between knowing that investing in stocks is a prudent financial decision and knowing how to invest in stocks. Without a doubt, the stock market can be incredibly confusing to the uninitiated, and for many would-be investors that confusion is enough to scare them away from investing. Read more.