Five great free value investing resources

“In my whole life, I have known no wise people (over a broad subject matter area) who didn’t read all the time – none, zero.” – Charlie Munger And so, here’s a short list of valuable value investing resources that I’ve found, offer insight into developing that mindset essential to successful investing. You’re much better off spending your time absorbing the content from resources like these than seeking out ‘Buy’ and ‘Sell’ recommendations in the pink papers. Farnam Street farnamstreetblog.com Named after the street in Omaha, Nebraska where Berkshire Hathaway keeps it’s headquarters, Farnam Street is run by Shane Parrish, who apparently worked with

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The investment strategy that beats the average investor – I

“Which mutual fund should I invest in?” is one of the most frequent questions that I get in daily conversation and through this site. Typically, those asking the questions have two things in common: you don’t have the time and / or interest in analyzing and picking individual stocks like here you’re looking for relative conservatism in the equity investing universe I’ll answer this question across two posts; the why and the how To start of I must say, I’m not a fan of mutual funds, especially the actively managed open-ended variety (which the bulk of funds are). This is

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