Over the last several weeks, the threat of a trade war between the United States and China has put a lot of pressure on the broad market. Virtually every sector of the economy could be affected by U.S. tariffs More →
Today, I’ll discuss four essential rules that will almost guarantee to put you on the path toward becoming a millionaire.
You may want to retire, achieve financial independence, buy something you’ve always wanted, or simply want to have enough to do what you love. These four rules will get you there. More →
I get lots of questions about how to properly value a company, what the best method is to determine intrinsic value, what clear buying signals look like, and especially a lot of questions on the best valuation metrics and financial indicators to use.
I completely understand where these questions come from as it’s in our nature to simplify things and look for the magic formula that has all the answers, especially in an uncertain environment like financial markets are. However, investing and especially value investing, isn’t that easy. More →
Yesterday, we discussed Nobel prize winner professor Richard Thaler’s findings in the field of behavioral finance.
Thaler’s findings can really help us to lower our investment risks and increasing our returns. However, investing isn’t only about picking the right stock or properly timing a trade, it’s also about carefully allocating our capital in investing in the first place, thus saving for investing. More →
“If you’re smart you don’t need debt, if you are not smart, you better stay far from debt.”
The question many investors ask themselves is should they try to time the market.
This is especially important now that many, including myself, keep shouting about how the market is overvalued.
I have also discussed scenarios that imply a 70% downside for the S&P 500. Therefore, I understand your concern and I’ll try to provide a valuable answer to the question of market timing in this article. More →
I love books on investing, and find them to be the best possible investment. For just a few bucks, you can get the synthesized knowledge of the most successful investors. On top of that, many also discuss their mistakes, which are an even more valuable source of learning.
So with that, today I’ll the list the books on my list that I think every investor or trader should read alongside a short commentary. More →
I started off investing as a convinced value investor looking for, and investing in, bargains. My way has brought me extremely satisfying returns that, alongside lots of youthful exuberance, made me, quite often, enter into fierce discussions with traders. I would try to convince traders that trading is too risky and they would try to convince me that holding stocks for a long period of time is even riskier. More →