The commonalities of Buffett portfolio – cheap, fixed income, repurchase

The commonalities of Buffett portfolio – cheap, fixed income, repurchase

Value and stop loss, Mr. Ge Ba’s view

Mr. Ge Ba talks about value and stop loss. My palindrome mentions the difference between “valuation” and “price estimation,” because that’s what the book Security Analysis taught me (I read the 1934 edition), and my letter to Buffett and the Q’s of previous shareholder meetings What &A says is verified again and again.

Ge Ba’s wonderful views on the article “Misunderstanding of price and value”

Many people confuse “value” and “price”. In fact, if you think about it carefully, there are many of our own practices that also help you “confuse” the two. Let me cite three examples below. “Stock price” is used to serve us, not to guide us Example 1. https://youtu.be/Gm1FqNO4taM?t=769 Buffett said that “stock price” is used … Continue reading “Ge Ba’s wonderful views on the article “Misunderstanding of price and value””

Misunderstanding of price and value

Misunderstanding of price and value. The difference between price and value is the first lesson for all investors. As I said in section 5-2 of the book “The Rules of Super Growth Stocks Investing”, most people incline to buy penny stocks, thinking that low-priced stocks have more room to rise in the future and are less risky. In fact, the risk is relatively high.

Problems with Cigar Butt Investment

What is Cigar Butt investment? Most investors who have a little research on Buffett may know that Buffett used his own investment in the early stage of his investment career, especially during the Warren Buffett partnership that had not yet established Berkshire (ticker:s: BRK.A and BRK.B), is his mentor Graham’s “Cigar Butt Investment Method” means: … Continue reading “Problems with Cigar Butt Investment”

Coca-Cola has been inferior to Pepsi in and even return rate is negative in past 10 years!

Coca-Cola has been inferior to Pepsi in and even return rate is negative in past 10 years!

The past and present of value investing

Studying Buffett is investors’ first step A few days ago I published “Why I prefer growth stocks instead of value stocks?” In the article, based on readers’ responses, I think I still have to clarify my views on value investing to readers. The precious thing about Buffett is that he can use popular and simple … Continue reading “The past and present of value investing”

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