Stick to principles, adapt to situations, and remember that compounding interest takes time; enjoy the journey and face problems head-on.
Best practices for better investing.
If you’ve read more than a few of my blogs you will no doubt have noticed that I’m a big fan of systems and processes when it comes to investing. I’m partial to putting large amounts of money into investments where I can trust the management. If I buy an undervalued company, then I might have to think about selling it when it reaches (or exceeds) fair value. That can be difficult. But if I can identify some great companies and put my money with them, then I’m happy to leave them alone and get on with the task of being great.
Risk – All investment decisions should start with measuring risk
Research – You can get lucky a few times but skill and preparation generate long-term results.
The Latest from The Blog
These articles provide a basic introduction to the core tenets of my strategy and important concepts for successful investors.
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