Tips by Ralph Wanger

Deciding on an investment philosophy is kind of like picking a spouse. Do you want someone who is volatile and romantic and emotional, or do you want...
Since the Industrial Revolution began, going downstream - investing in businesses that will benefit from new technology rather than investing in the...
Buy the stocks of small companies below their economic value, let the companies grow, and resell them as proven successes at full economic value....
No mutual fund manager who relies on market timing has kept his job for fifteen years. Individual investors who try to time the market will be tossed...
Management can be guarded, especially if they know we own a lot of their stock. But their competitors will usually talk freely about them. It's like...