Information overload in investing begins with our pursue to know everything, because we are created in the Image of God.Continue reading “Information Overload in Investing: To be Omniscience”
Aswath Damodaran, one of the value investor gurus1 has said that Tesla is overvalued since 2013. At the end of 2020 – 7 years from his statement, Tesla’s stock price speeding up more than 100 times of its 2013 level. 7 years of the miraculous rally – it simply isn’t a one-season wonder. We even could call it long term, as an investment rule for value follower. So, can we said that value investing is obsolete?Continue reading “Investment Rule: Why Value Investor Missed Tesla”
- according to people and his essays
What makes Oracle of Omaha so great in investing? Patience? Passion? True. But, who can’t? Discussing all that “mindset things” does not bring any step forward. In this article, we explain why we can’t just replicate Warren Buffett’s value investing strategyContinue reading “Value Investing Strategy: You Can’t Just Copying Buffett.”
The stock market bubble unsurprisingly appears in 2020. Thanks to COVID-19 pandemics. Quoting Bloomberg Businessweek 23rd November 2020 edition, “This Market is for Noobs. Professional money managers aren’t beating the market1, The novice trader next door might be”. With smartphones in their hand, everyone is a stock market genius right now.Continue reading “Stock Market Bubble: Happy New Year, Genius”
- Actually, ever they?
Long Term Investment is difficult simply because of the human decision making and behavior with regard to time isn’t optimal for long period.Continue reading “Long Term Investment, Why It’s Difficult. Time Perception”
Berkshire Hathaway analysis: What do you think about Warren Buffett investing style in practice? If Warren Buffett holds Costco and needs to buy Phillip66, first, he has to sell his Costco shares. Don’t you think so? Warren Buffett gives so much advice about investing. Unfortunately, there is a thing that he does not tell us.Continue reading “Berkshire Hathaway Analysis: Be a Full-time Investor.”