15 Tips about Stock

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We don’t generally buy full positions on day one – we’ll buy a half position, watch it trade, live through a quarter or two of earnings...
We don’t have many rules, but when a stock is down materially relative to its peer group we assign another analyst to formally review it and then...
My law of money management profitability says that because of fee structures, the rate of return a money manager gets on its capital is, by...
[SAC Capital’s] Steve Cohen thought it was the silliest thing in the world to try to capture the first and last part of a stock’s move – those...
We sometimes buy companies with bad management, if that fact is more than accounted for in the price. At a cheap enough price on a decent business,...
I look at it this way: The average annual total return from equities over long periods of time has been around 10%. When you clean up the accounting,...
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There is always something to worry about. Avoid weekend thinking and ignore the latest dire predictions of the newscasters. Sell a stock because the...
People would disagree with me on this, but I don’t think you can sell based purely on your valuation analysis. The stock has to at least be at fair...
Financial stocks are particularly risky. Banking, in particular, is a highly lever- aged, extremely competitive, and challenging business. A major...
One reason focused investing works is that you box yourself into what I think is a very positive corner. You force yourself into the position where...
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