Category Archives: Investing Process

How to become a better investor – Greg Speicher

I have followed Greg Speicher’s excellent blog for almost 2 years time. I highly recommend his blog to all investors. He blogs on investment process, other successful investors, posts a weekly links of interest among other topics. Greg recently published … Continue reading

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115 Profitable Investing Ideas eBook by Greg Speicher

Greg Speicher has an excellent blog. He just put a new eBook called “115 Profitable Investing Ideas” that contains a collection of ideas from the last two years of his investing blog. This one is a must print and keep … Continue reading

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Excellent articles on two super investors

Gurufocus is my favorite website for learning about all things related to investing. Many contributors (including yours truly) contribute articles on stock research, portfolio management, case studies or about the lessons from great investors. Here are two excellent articles that … Continue reading

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Learn from various Investment approaches

Here is a collection of some fund managers/funds whose investing philosophies serve as good source of learning/education/reference. If you have some others in mind, please add a comment to this post with the link and i will include it here. … Continue reading

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Investment approach of Royce Funds

One of my favorite investors is Chuck Royce. He is one of the pioneers of small cap investing in the US over 35 years back. The Royce fund families have an excellent track record. Here are some excerpts of the … Continue reading

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Phil Carret’s “12 Commandments of Investing”

I just came across an investor with the longest track record via this excellent blog. His name is Phil Carret. He died at the age of 101 in May 1998. His investment career spanned 8 decades. Mr. Carret was known … Continue reading

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Investing rules of William Ruane

William John Ruane was born on Oct. 24, 1925, in a middle class neighborhood in Chicago, and grew up in the suburb of Oak Park, Ill. He graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1945 with a cum laude degree … Continue reading

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McElvaine Investment Management’s phiolosophy

I came across McElvaine Investment Management via another blog. Tim McElvaine is the founder and President of McElvaine Investment Management Ltd. Tim developed his value-oriented philosophy during his 12-year career with Peter Cundill & Associates Ltd. Peter Cundill, I have … Continue reading

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The Wisdom of great investors – Davis Advisors

David advisors have some excellent eduction material for investors on their website. Here is the summary of one such paper they put out which comes from the master investors. Avoid Self-Destructive Investor Behavior Chasing the hot-performing investment category or making … Continue reading

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Ten Rules of Value Investing by Zeke Ashton

Every now and then I lose patience with some of my stocks. I see other folks trading in and out of the same stocks that I have held on to steadfastly because I believe they are under-valued. I start to … Continue reading

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