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“Data! Data! Data!” he cried impatiently. “I can’t make bricks without clay.” -Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, “The Adventure of the Copper Beeches”¹
As an investor, you shouldn’t need to play detective to identify the best investment vehicles. You should, however, … Read more
Eight years in, and Warren Buffett is holding strong. The Oracle of Omaha is up against a team of hedge funders from the Big Apple. And he’s winning.
At Berkshire Hathaway’s 2007 shareholder meeting, Buffett, the Berkshire Chairman and CEO, … Read more
MythBusters is one of those cable shows that I find myself gravitating toward whenever I’m channel surfing. It’s just one of those shows that I find wildly entertaining. I know, I know . . . nerd alert! But that’s what … Read more
My workday is filled with conversations about exchange-traded funds (ETFs). Some are basic, others complex, but they can all be challenging. Last week, however, I got a phone call at home that proved to be one of the more challenging … Read more
You may be scratching your head about my headline. Great time to invest? The U.S. stock market is regularly touching record highs and some might say we’re overdue for a correction or even a bear market. Meanwhile, the specter of … Read more