The first of the 52 boring Tuesdays of 2015 is here. My guess is that majority of you reading this post, would by now have already forgotten about your new year resolutions. ;-P
If that is true, then please remember that it’s only the 6th day of the year…and it’s not right to give up so early. Go ahead and do what you planned for!! It might be tough, but I am sure it’s worth doing. I myself am making it a point to go through my Resolutions for 2015 every few days.
With that dose of Gyan above, I leave you with three interesting articles to read today…
When she died in 1916, she was believed to be the richest woman in the world. People back then referred to her as the Witch of Wall Street. But after almost 100 years of her death, I guess it is time we start referring to her as the Grandmother of Value Investing.
Since childhood, we have been groomed not to copy others. But here is one man, who has taken copying to great heights. Having paid a Guru-Dakshina of $0.65 Million to his mentor Warren Buffett, Mohnish Pabrai is well on his way to become one of the most successful investors of all time. This article in Outlook Business about this Copy – Pasting Investing Genius, beautifully captures Mohnish’s story and is a must read for everyone.
What do you expect from shares of a company, which has almost never earned any profits? Nothing much…right? Wrong!! There is one such (really) big company. And surprisingly, its shares have been going up and up and up. Here is an interesting article about How Amazon gets away with never earning a profit.
That’s all guys…
If you missed the last two posts of Boring Tuesdays series, you can read them hereand here.
By the way, if you have missed out on previous post, then there is some serious discussion going out in comments section of the case study I published a few days back. If you invest in mutual funds, then you might be interested in getting involved in that discussion. You can read the case study here.
And if you find some interesting articles which you want to share, please copy+paste the link to that article in comments or drop a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t worry if your comment is not visible as soon as you post it. Anti-Spam filters detect hyperlinks in comments (which you are sharing) and automatically park it for my review. I will eventually be notified about your comment. 🙂
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