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What Abraham Lincoln Can Teach You About Being a Better Investor

November 26, 2014 | Comments (0)

History sucks. Or that’s what I thought during my teens and early twenties. I actually studied ancient history as one of my high school topics and did very well. All I had to do was remember some pages and regurgitate it during exams. But that only got me so far. I only got over this [...]


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Why You Shouldn’t Worry About Market Crash 2015

November 21, 2014 | Comments (0)

(This is a guest post and may not reflect the thoughts and opinions of Old School Value) Have you been paying attention to the financial media recently? If so, you should probably kick that habit. A lot of investors follow the financial media in order to help steer their investment decisions. They look at news [...]


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3 Things Two Weeks of Unemployment Taught Me About Stocks and Businesses

October 30, 2014 | Comments (0)

Most of you know that I’ve finally taken the leap to run old school value full time. Boy was it humbling to be encouraged by so many people who I’ve never met in person. What’s more, you shared my excitement which makes me even more determined to make old school value a better place for [...]


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15 Point Common Stock Checklist by the Father of Growth Investing

October 6, 2014 | Comments (0)

Previously I had written about a list of Don’ts that was listed in . A classic investment book that is left out on most reading lists. If you recall, Buffett said that he is was “85% Graham and 15% Fisher”. But Buffett today is much more Fisher than Graham now. How much? Take a look at Fisher’s style [...]


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Warren Buffett’s Concentration and 3 of His Top 5 holdings

September 29, 2014 | Comments (0)

Graham vs Buffett. Both value investors, but both incredibly different. Not just in terms of the stocks they purchased and the way they thought about businesses, but also diversification. The main thing that comes to mind when you compare Graham and Buffett side by side is their investment style. Graham loved net nets and buying/selling [...]

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