32 Tips about International

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In general, there aren’t many countries in which we wouldn’t invest. But if a country is too economically or politically troubled or the rule of...
I’d argue that literally every investor today has to be a global investor to understand what’s going on – certainly in markets like energy and...
The fundamentals of value investing – which to my mind are based on common sense – still work, and work equally well across borders. We look at...
When the U.S. dollar is weak, overseas investors are one of the few groups that benefit. For example, as the euro goes up against the dollar, an...
When the U.S. dollar is weak, this can help narrow the trade gap -- a sensitive political issue, whether good or bad for the economy. It also can give...
Vast capital inflows can harm economies in several ways. Not only can they inflate asset bubbles and spur excessive borrowing, but they can also cause...
With the tremendous run in international stocks over the past three years, the valuation gap has clearly closed. But, in general, you still see less...
My feeling is that it’s beyond my skill set to try to buy local companies outside the U.S. Some people will make a lot of money doing that, but not...
We’re not afraid of political risks, which we generally think are exaggerated. We invested in Thailand after the coup. We’re investing in Turkey...
Risk isn't the same as volatility. For example, the Italian political system is more volatile than that of Saudi Arabia, but the latter is much more...
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