My Visa Long is Getting Long in the Tooth

Introduction Over my lifetime I have invested in many different things.  In the process of doing that, I have learned that there are really only two types of investors.  As an investor, you are either active or passive.  Being active implies directly managing or being in control of your investment.  In contrast, as a passive Read more about My Visa Long is Getting Long in the Tooth[…]

Priceline: A Growth Powerhouse – Forecast Profits and/or Cash Flow Not Prices!

Introduction This is the second in a series of articles where I will cover popular and/or high profile stocks. The primary objective of this series will be to put a spotlight on the importance of forecasting future growth prior to making an investment decision. The central idea is to determine whether or not a reasonable Read more about Priceline: A Growth Powerhouse – Forecast Profits and/or Cash Flow Not Prices![…]

Nvidia: Forecast Profits and/or Cash Flow Not Prices!

Introduction This will be the first in a series of articles where I will cover popular and/or high profile stocks.  The primary objective of this series will be to put a spotlight on the importance of forecasting future growth prior to making an investment decision.  The central idea is to determine whether or not a Read more about Nvidia: Forecast Profits and/or Cash Flow Not Prices![…]

Could This Be Why Warren Buffett Sold General Electric Bought Synchrony?

Introduction Warren Buffett has long been considered the consummate value investor.  His penchant for value investing is generally attributed to his relationship with the renowned father of value investing Ben Graham.  However, what is often overlooked is the influence that partner Charlie Munger brought to Warren Buffett’s investing philosophy.  Warren attributes Charlie to introducing him Read more about Could This Be Why Warren Buffett Sold General Electric Bought Synchrony?[…]

Lowe’s Companies Inc.: Attractively Valued Dividend Aristocrat for Total Return

Introduction Much of my dividend growth investing is currently focused on looking for high quality dividend growth stocks that are yielding 3% or better.  The reason is quite simple.  I am managing dividend growth portfolios for clients that are retired and require at least a yield of 3% or better in order to live on.  Read more about Lowe’s Companies Inc.: Attractively Valued Dividend Aristocrat for Total Return[…]