2 Big Fat Lies Value Investors Like to Tell Themselves

September 8, 2014 | Comments (0)

Unless you are 3 years old, you’re a liar. As a value investor, you are tempted to lie to yourself over and over again. You come up with lies and you fall for it many times. You could call these lies, mistakes, but the results show that they are the same thing. Let’s go over [...]


How You Can Earn Higher Returns By Reducing Risk

July 23, 2014 | Comments (0)

Achieving fantastic investment returns is a lot easier than you think. I was out with a couple of friends today when we got talking about investing and the best places for an investor to put his money. One of my friends wants to take a completely hands off approach to investing, so he decided to [...]


What is the Value Proposition?

July 21, 2014 | Comments (0)

Value Investors love numbers. Ratios, financial statements and discounted cash flows are our bread and butter. It is our edge in the market. Numbers are safe to us. We can justify our decisions with cold hard facts. But while I believe that numbers are a huge part of the equation, there is another part, the [...]


Stop Overpaying. Why Valuation Matters More than Ever.

July 9, 2014 | Comments (0)

As I was reading about Klarman’s first half performance of 60%, one big thing struck me. His ability to value stocks and stick to his guns is on another level. Allow me to tell you what we need to do as smaller investors to perform like Klarman.

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Are You A Value Investor or Value Groupie?

June 24, 2014 | Comments (0)

Are you really a value investor? Like…. really? Or, are you just a value pretender – a value groupie? There’s a big difference between the two, even if you’ve never heard of value groupies before. Sure, a value investor is someone who buys “value stocks”, such as the ones I send out to those who [...]

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