Value Investing Principles Point to Success in Buying and Selling

The dilemma is we try to know something we can’t: We know that to make money in the stock market we need to “buy low and sell high” which is easier said than done. Doesn’t that put us in the difficult position of trying to figure out if the market is going to go up […]

Genworth Update

Mortgage Delinquency Rates Continue to Improve: Lender Processing Services, Inc. (LPS) provides analytics on the mortgage and real estate industries with a loan-level database representing approximately 70 percent of the overall market. What better leading indicator and gauge for the health of the mortgage business than those collecting the payments? The table below is LPS’s […]

A Case for Value Investing

There are no doubt many ways to invest and I tried many. Some of the most successful investors use a value investing framework. The value framework also had a huge advantage in that surprisingly some of the most successful value investor in the world including Warren Buffett and his partner Charlie Munger graciously and willing […]

Value Investing: Don’t Make it Difficult

Value investing can be difficult for some because value investors often buy what is unpopular at the moment. After all a company’s stock usually has to be out of favor to be cheap, right? Friends and neighbors are talking about their insightful investments in Apple and the awesome leading edge products or Amazon and the […]