Tips by Tom Murcko

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The best conditions for buying a stock are when it's unpopular, it's cheap, there's limited downside, it's relatively undiscovered, you understand the...
A few of the questions you should ask yourself before buying a stock include: Do you understand the company's business? Is it run by management that...
According to Charlie Munger, here are the essential considerations for successful investing: 1. Risk: measure it, avoid it if possible, have a...
Tags: investing
Money managers are usually reluctant to employ strategies that work great in the long run but are likely to include some periods of underperformance...
Many people suffer from confirmation bias. That is, they seek out information that confirms their viewpoint. This is also true of most investors....
The growth in hedge fund assets in recent years has been driven by the high profits of the fund managers, not by the filling of a genuine market need....
Tags: hedge funds
When deciding which experts are worth listening to, don't focus on the pundits who sound the most persuasive, but rather the investors who have...
Tags: gurus
Warren Buffett has said that Wall Street is a little like a movie theater that has a special rule where if you want to leave the theater you need to...
There are two ways to approach value investing. One is to look for situations in which a company is selling far below its intrinsic value, and buy it...
When a company does a spinoff of one part of itself, both the parent and the spinoff both significantly outperform the market, on average, over the...
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