“You Need to Divorce your Mind from the Crowd…” –Warren Buffett

“You Need to Divorce your Mind from the Crowd…” –Warren Buffett Quote of the day: “You need to divorce your mind from the crowd. The herd mentality causes all these IQ’s to become paralyzed. I don’t think investors are now acting more intelligently, despite the intelligence. Smart doesn’t always equal rational. To be a successful…

Warren Buffett Talks Investment Strategy and Mastering the Market

Warren Buffett Talks Investment Strategy and Mastering the Market “Well, I look at a lot of figures just in connection with our businesses. I like to get numbers. So I’m getting reports in weekly in some businesses, but that doesn’t tell me what the economy’s going to six months from now or three months from…

Why Warren Buffett Says That Stocks Are Generally Better Than Bonds?

Why Warren Buffett says that stocks are generally better than bonds? Our equity risk premium model shows when the US stock market return for the next 10 years is more or less attractive than the 10-Year Treasury Note. Since 1970, the 10-year Treasury Note was less attractive than the US stock market over a 10-year…

Watch Warren Buffett’s full interview with CNBC’s Becky Quick

Watch Warren Buffett’s full interview with CNBC’s Becky Quick In this interview, Warren Buffett speaks about rail road, Berkshire Hathaway, economic slowdown, yield curve, recession, stock vs. bond, airlines & automotive industry, capitalism, inequality, benefits of free trade, IPOs, entertainment industry, Apple, American Express, Wells Fargo, real estate commission, philanthropy with 2% of GDP, odds,…

Watch CNBC’s full interview with iconic investor Warren Buffett

Watch CNBC’s full interview with iconic investor Warren Buffett Warren Buffett, one of the greatest value investors of all time, is the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. He speaks about his investment strategy with Becky Quick on CNBC. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pqc56crs56s

Stocks, Bonds, Bills, and Inflation since 1926

Stocks, Bonds, Bills, and Inflation since 1926 Great chart showing the hypothetical value of $1 invested in stocks, bonds, and bills, at the beginning of 1926. Warren Buffett is right when he says that stocks are generally better than bonds. Picture souce: Morningstar