“An investment operation is one which, upon thorough analysis, promises safety of principal and a satisfactory return. Operations not meeting these requirements are speculative.” Benjamin Graham (Security Analysis) So, this is the most important definition of what is investing? I took this definition from Warren Buffett guru, Benjamin Graham. It’s the most profound and Read More →

Welcome……!!!!! To the special Video Presentation on, Myopic Loss Aversion.  (Click for Video) And why it is Important To Understand For Investors? You Might be familiar with the Loss Aversion Concept.. but it’s much more important than any other concept… I came to know about this concept while reading Michael J. Mauboussin article on Decision-Making Read More →

  As I am reading the wonderful book Winning The Loser’s Game by Chares D Ellis, it’s a great read, Charles wrote many books, but this book I Enjoyed lot, simple, deep insights, and practical. Before further reading… If you don’t like to read post… Better to Enjoy the presentation Click Here…!!!!! Special presentation – Read More →

Dear Reader,   In today’s post. We discuss about the Dempster Mill Manufacturing Company. In which Buffett bought substantial stake, and how he turnaround the company? Its a dramatic story… Must read.. understand and learn from it….!!!! Click on the image below   Dempster Mill Example Explains   To Your Success with Lot of Love! Read More →

Writing on 1961 performance, Buffett write “We will do relatively well compared to the general market in down or static markets, but that we may not look so good in advancing markets. In strongly advancing markets I expect to have real difficulty keeping up with the general market.” Buffet performance is good till date, and Read More →

From July 1961 Buffett start writing more than one letter for each year, As partners commented that once a year letter was “a long time between drinks” as per Buffett It is not difficult to find something to say twice a year, In first half of 1961 Dow gain was 13% Including dividend, while BPL Read More →

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 Read More →

Warren Buffett start this letter with general market commentary on 1959 and 1960. As in 1960 the Industrial Average declined from 679 to 616 or 9.3% if dividend calculated the loss will be 6.3%, as per the Buffett guess the 90% of companies outperform the Industrial average. While on New York stock exchange 653 stocks Read More →

  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 Read More →