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Interest Rates and Stock Values Truth Be Told

2020-01-23

Research Articles

Introduction The idea that interest rates directly affect stock prices is a commonly held belief among many investors.  There are some that even go as far as to say that the only reason the stock market is up is because interest rates have been artificially kept low by the Fed.  With this article, I’m going […]

Valuation Is More Important Than Politics or Interest Rates: And Most Stocks Are Overvalued Today

2019-08-29

Research Articles

Introduction My personal investing strategy is based on the simple logic and reality that great businesses are by definition, better than average.  Therefore, to my way of thinking, it logically follows that the best investment returns would be achieved by investing in the best businesses that you could identify.  Moreover, it is also important to […]

Ignore Political and Economic Forecasts: Mind Your Owned Businesses

2019-06-13

Research Articles

Introduction In his Berkshire Hathaway 1994 annual report Warren Buffett said ignore political and economic forecasts.  I considered this one of the more profound pieces of investment advice and wisdom that I ever came across.  It has been my opinion prior to and since I read this advice that investors spend way too much time […]

What Can I Expect to Make If I Invest in Johnson & Johnson Today?

2018-05-15

Research Articles

Overview AAA rated Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) has produced one of the most impeccable and consistent long-term records of fundamental results and growth.  No matter whether you are measuring earnings, cash flows or dividends, you will be hard-pressed to find any company in any industry with a more consistent and complete record of operating excellence […]

Sales & Price/Sales Graph – Premium Subscribers

2018-03-22

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Explanation of the Sales & Price/Sales Graph – Premium Subscribers

Peter Lynch Taught Me to Invest in Ultra Beauty Inc.

2018-01-31

Research Articles

Introduction In his best-selling book “One up on Wall Street” Peter Lynch included this subtitle on his cover: “How to use what you already know to make money in the stock market.”  And later in the book he talks about “the power of common knowledge.”  Stating it over simplistically, Peter Lynch often talked about getting […]

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