Howard Marks Memo 1990 The Route to Performance – Review

In Intelligent Investor, one of the great book ever written on value investing by Benjamin Graham, The preface written by Warren Buffett, in that preface Buffett says “To invest successfully over a lifetime does not require a stratospheric IQ, unusual business insights, or inside information. What’s needed is a sound intellectual framework for making decisions and the ability to keep

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Big & Sure Money – Warren Buffett Explained in 1967 Letter

In 1967 Letter to partners Buffett explained the great points, in today’s equity analysis world, people divided in two groups qualitative and quantitative analysis, but Buffett suggest something different, let’s look what he said…… The evaluation of securities and businesses for investment purposes has always involved a mixture of qualitative and quantitative factors. At the one extreme, the analyst exclusively

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Warren Buffett Wisdom 1959 Letter – Review

  Warren Buffett start this letter with general market commentary and advance decline ratios of stock. Most of the investment group like Tri-Continental corp. had a difficult time in comparison with the Industrial Average. “Most of you know I have been very apprehensive about general stock market levels for several years. To date, this caution has been unnecessary. By previous

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2 Golden Rules Of Warren Buffett On Investment Return Yardstick

In today’s, over calculated, software world, we as an investor always calculates investment return in lot of ways. Investors do the return calculation, as per their own convenience. In today’s investment world, performance measurement in the field of equity investment has been largely corrupted and unclear with terms like, alpha, beta, sharp ratios etc, and color code system, all that

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