For Warren Buffett to invest in a company, he must fully understand the nuts and bolts of a company. It must be simple for him to understand. In fact, one of his greatest metrics for identifying gems is his rule of identifying a company’s “economic moat.” “A truly great business must have an enduring “moat” … Continue reading Investor Education: What is Economic Moat?
So many investors overreact to corrections. They sell at the wrong time. They take their money out of the markets. But if you follow these three very simple rules, you’ll be fine. Tip No. 1 — Never panic If you panic, you sell. And if you sell, you miss the potential for the recovery rally. … Continue reading The Top Investing Tips in a Market Correction
If there’s one person that knows how to weather a financial storm well, it’s the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett. So what’s his trick? Trick No. 1 – Have Cash on Hand Some people think it’s bad to have cash laying around, an “unproductive asset that acts as a drag on such markers as return … Continue reading Warren Buffett: How to Protect your Money in a Pullback
There’s an old investment adage to buy when things take a turn for the worst. While that sounds great in theory, human psychology makes it difficult. Even thinking about investing in a stock that’s been declining—or has been making bad news headlines—tends to put most of us into flight mode and avoid it all together. … Continue reading Trading Fear: Three Investing Ideas to Always Follow
Like most investors, one of your top goals has been to enjoy financial freedom at whatever age you choose. So, it stands to reason that your money should ideally generate above-market returns with below market risk. Truth is — if you really want to become a better investor then you need to be looking at where the … Continue reading The Five Top Golden Rules to Smart Investing