Monthly Archives: May 2008

How to think like J.P. Morgan?

A young and pretty lady posted this on a popular forum: Title: What should I do to marry a rich guy? I’m going to be honest of what I ‘m going to say here. I’m 25 this year. I’m very … Continue reading

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They're wrong about oil

by George Soros Rip up your textbooks, the doubling of oil prices has little to do with China’s appetite Anatole Kaletsky Just as the credit crunch seemed to be passing, at least in the US, another and much more ominous … Continue reading

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Investment Nuggets by Benjamin Graham

Benjamin Graham, the stock market investor and economist, was the only investing legend who ignored the subjective aspects of equity analysis. Graham was never interested in meeting managements and knowing what they were capable of doing or not doing. All … Continue reading

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‘Returns dip as motion rises’

Warren Buffett hasn’t got around to writing a book detailing his investment philosophy till date. But, he does outline his investment philosophy in the letters he writes to the shareholders of his company, Berkshire Hathaway, every year. The nuggets of … Continue reading

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