Should You Buy Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Stock?
Warren Buffett says he has never recommended Berkshire Hathaway’s shares. He hasn’t done so in writing. He hasn’t done so on television. He even says he hasn’t done so privately. Yet, as the company’s chairman since 1965, he might have created more millionaires than anyone…ever.
What Investors Need To Know About Brexit Now
When British Prime Minister, Theresa May, announced her resignation this summer, many people felt relief. Others saw the Brexit cloud grow darker still. Investors wonder what to do with their money. Since the first Brexit talks, British stocks have lagged behind the rising global markets.
Seven Rules Real Estate Investors Could Learn From Warren Buffett
Some people, it seems, would swing a sword to defend their favorite type of investing. Plenty will argue that real estate is best. Others prefer the stock market. But they’re both great investments……for those who use their heads.
The Global Permanent Portfolio: Is It The World’s Most Stable Investment?
Neanderthals were probably pretty tough. In a no-hold’s-barred cage match, my ancient ancestors could have pummeled me to a pulp. Unless you’re a mixed martial artist, you might be equally outmatched. But we have something the ancient ones didn’t: a much bigger brain. Unfortunately, despite the added cerebral juice, our brains haven’t evolved as much as we might think. We run towards perceived opportunity and we run away from perceived danger. But such perceptions are often out of whack.
How a tiny 1% charge could destroy your retirement plans
There is only the slither of a difference between a comfortable retirement and one that is a bit of a financial struggle. The difference can be as little as 1%. Seriously. It doesn't sound much, does it? That 1% is a tiny figure.