Tag Archives: value investing

How to Invest Like Warren Buffett for Dummys

Say you recently inherited money from a relative and have no clue where to invest in. You are interested in investments, especially in the stock market, so you read in the newspaper and books. But, you keep asking yourself, what is the best way to invest in the stock market? Look no further than the… Read More »

Money Tree Portfolio Gained 9.4% in 4 months!

Hey guys, I just wanted to give you an update on the money tree portfolio. So far the fund gained 9.4% (without including dividends) since the inception date of March 5, 2013. Wow. This portfolio reflects my philosophy of value investing and dividend investing. I select stocks that I think have a sustainable competitive advantage… Read More »

Key Ratios When Evaluating Stocks

There are many schools of thought when it comes to picking the right stocks. I won’t go into too much detail about the different styles of evaluation, but rather explain the key ratios in determining the most important aspects of a stock. If you want to quickly value a company like how Warren Buffett does,… Read More »