Every investment is a sacrifice because one is foregoing some kind of immediate gratification for a future gain.
For those with strong technical skills — and possibly poor soft skills — Value Investing as taught by Benjamin Graham provides a most direct way of generating wealth from IQ.
Get-rich-quick schemes are scams, but conservative investment strategies can allow one to become financially independent before the age of forty.
The Value Investing framework of Benjamin Graham — Warren Buffett's mentor — does not include foreign stocks such as American Depositary Receipts (ADRs).
Benjamin Graham — Warren Buffett's mentor — taught that one was to stay invested, even during times of war or periods of extreme uncertainty.
Philip L. Carret — the man Warren Buffett called "The Hero of Investing" — had some very prescient instructions for the modern Value Investor in his 1930 book, The Art Of Speculation.
The Net Current Asset Value (or Net-Net) strategy of Benjamin Graham — Warren Buffett's mentor — is the most misused technique in his Value Investing framework today.
Warren Buffett's mentor — and the founder of Value Investing — is misquoted frequently today, often due to recent modifications to his books.
Warren Buffett and his mentor — Benjamin Graham — on what is now attributed to Charlie Munger as "sit on your ass investing".
Frequently asked questions about the 17-rule framework of Benjamin Graham — Warren Buffett's mentor — and its application on Serenity.