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 […]
American Express shares lost over 40% of their value in 2015. We examine some of the factors contributing to this fall.
Akamai Technologies has seen explosive growth over the past 10 years. But with new competitors approaching, can this rate of growth be sustained?
Starbucks has had an outstanding run in recent years. But have its shares become too expensive for new shareholders?
Developed by Nobel prize-winning economist James Tobin, Tobin’s Q is a financial ratio and valuation tool that can be applied either to individual businesses or to the stock market as a whole. In this article, we introduce Tobin’s Q Ratio and reflect upon some of its strengths and weaknesses.
In this article, we examine the importance of analyzing accounts receivable.
Summary and Discussion – Chapter 14 – Stock Selection for the Defensive Investor Notes on The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham Notes by Jason Fernando Created May 21st, 2014 Last updated June […]
Summary and Discussion- Chapter 13 – A Comparison of Four Listed Companies Notes on The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham Notes by Jason Fernando Created March 3rd, 2014 Last updated May 17th, […]