In his 1996 shareholder letter, Buffett explained in great detail how he structured his long-term investment portfolio. Many of the contents of this letter have been quoted repeatedly so far, and it can be regarded as a very important shareholder letter.
Category: Long Term Investing
Why do stock prices automatically rise with inflation?
The origin of this article A friend wrote to me, the original text is: “I read your blog article and mentioned that “stock prices will automatically rise with inflation”. After thinking about it for a long time, I still don’t understand it. Could you please give me a practical example to help me out? Let … Continue reading “Why do stock prices automatically rise with inflation?”
The companies Buffett owns more than 20%
Why the companies Buffett owns more than 20% matters?
Two or three stocks in your life can make you very rich
I have repeatedly emphasized in the 4-3 of my book “The Rules of 10 Baggers” and 1-5 in the “The Rules of Super Growth Stocks Investing“, as well as in the blog: “An investor only needs to choose two or three stocks in his life. Can make you very rich; without holding too many stocks, … Continue reading “Two or three stocks in your life can make you very rich”
After reading Dear Shareholder, I was reminded of “Outsiders” which I introduced on this blog.
The Psychology of Money
The Psychology of Money, Why recommend this book? “The Psychology of Money” is a book about money and wealth by Morgan Housel. This book is about some classic financial and investing ideas, such as Nassim Taleb, Daniel Kahneman and Warren Buffett.
The investment strategy of the Nobel Foundation
The investment strategy of the Nobel Foundation, Nobel Prize
How does Texas Instruments make money? Amazing long term capital reward and company net profit margin!
Take Texas Instruments (aka TI, ticker: TXN) as an example; this company was founded earlier than Intel (ticker: INTC), for Intel, I suggest you refer to my previous blog post “How Does Intel Make Money? And the Benefits of Investing in It”
To Taiwanese US stock investors
Nine out of ten Taiwanese investors who invest in US stocks are experienced investors in Taiwan stocks, and they are investors who have only invested in US stocks in recent years.
Should ETF Investors buy regularly or arbitraly? Which one is better?
Should ETF Investors buy regularly or arbitraly? In case the stock market fall really meets the market lows observed above, or really meets the entry criteria you set yourself; even when the stock market is usually flat. Then what should be the way to enter the procurement?