Why is it that economists seem much more optimistic about human rationality than psychologists are?
My good friend and fellow value investor, Daehan Choi, will now be joining the site. Let’s give a warm welcome to Daehan Choi!
Summary and Discussion – Chapter 20 – ‘Margin of Safety’ as the Central Concept of Investment Notes on The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham Notes by Jason Fernando Created May 3rd, 2016 Last […]
Adobe Systems is undergoing a major change to its business model. We take a look at its strategy, challenges, and performance.
Despite being poised to profit from the rise of globalization and e-commerce, FedEx faces its share of challenges. We take a look at this logistics giant.
Starbucks has had an outstanding run in recent years. But have its shares become too expensive for new shareholders?
Wal-Mart is one of the largest companies in the world, with a sterling track-record of profits and dividends. So why did its stock fall sharply in 2015?
In this summary, we examine Chapter 19 of Benjamin Graham’s ‘The Intelligent Investor’, which concerns corporate governance and the payment of dividends.
In this article, we examine why some believe we are currently experiencing a speculative bubble in technology companies. In doing so, we consider what effects such a bubble could have on the US economy.
In this summary, we provide an updated take on chapter 18 of Benjamin Graham’s ‘The Intelligent Investor’, briefly analyzing the relative valuation of two pairs of modern companies: Amazon vs. Akamai, and Tesla Motors vs. GM.