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: Moats and competitive advantages
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?”
How do monopolies or oligopolies work in the real world?
In the real world, there will be no perfect competition, but monopolies or oligopolies enterprises
Industries with moat and going downhill
In Buffett’s eyes, industries with moat characteristics and examples of industries going downhill
The companies Buffett owns more than 20%
Why the companies Buffett owns more than 20% matters?
Why is it difficult for investors to discover Shopify potential early?
how can we find a highly growing company like Shopify early?
Stock Better than the S&P 500, Procter & Gamble (P&G)
Stocks Better than the S&P 500, Procter & Gamble (P&G) What I want to introduce today is a well-known company Procter & Gamble (ticker: PG) that I mentioned in the last section 5-6 of my book “The Rules of Super Growth Stocks Investing”.
Why Shopify is so killing?
Readers are interested in Shopify
There are indeed monopoly in this world
There are indeed monopoly in this world, Buffett said that a moat is the competitiveness of a business economy. Most companies have many competitors because a profitable industry attracts competitors to join in for a piece of the pie.
WD-40, the “Magic Oil” in the instrument industry, the little blue can
WD-40, the “Magic Oil” in the instrument industry, the little blue can, WD-40 (ticker: WDFC), the company’s main product is WD-40, which is nicknamed the “Little Blue Can”.