An Omaha waitress served Warren Buffett for 10 years—here’s what she learned from him

For the 81 years Piccolo Pete’s Italian steakhouse was open in Omaha, Nebraska, it was a neighborhood restaurant where families came to […]

Why Things Aren’t What They Used to Be in Emerging Markets

The prospect of stabilizing commodity prices and improving corporate earnings has helped rebuild investor interest in emerging markets over the […]

What’s Something You Strongly Believe That’s Likely Wrong?

Lett’s agree on three things: You have lots of beliefs. You don’t know everything. Therefore, some of those beliefs are […]

5 Things You Must Know Before You Start Investing in Technology

The business world is a challenging one especially for those who have their eyes set on serious investments for high […]

Wine Funds: Is It Correct to Invest in Wine with Them?

Investing out of the box has become the new trend in the last few years. Fine wine has certainly become […]

Conditional Expected Returns

by Douglas R Terry, CFA The following table presents the probability of 4 possible paths for the economy and our macro […]

The Role of Luck and Skill in Investing

by Charles Rotblut, CFA and Michael Mauboussin Charles Rotblut will speak at the 2015 AAII Investor Conference this fall; go towww.aaii.com/conference for more details. […]

How to Judge a Business’s Durability

My last post listed examples of threats to a company’s durability. This post will be about how we assess those […]

Billionaire David Einhorn: Investing is harder than poker

By Lex Haris NEW YORK (CNNMoney) Hedge fund mogul David Einhorn plays poker only a handful of times a year […]

How to become a better investor

I love to run.  I enjoy being outside, and pushing myself both physically and mentally.  Running fills both of those […]

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