Reblog: Go for the Million!


If you already have a million dollars or more, this blogpost is not for you.

For all others, I’ll cut the bullshit and get to the chase. I am just mighty pissed off.

When you have less than a million dollars –

Please don’t listen to any or all the Gurus who are propagating 16% CAGR, 18% CAGR, 20% CAGR. You know the usual spiel. Say, you have 5 Lakh rupees. Gurus recommend that you should be happy be 18% CAGR or 20% CAGR and over a long period of time (40 years), you would be so rich, that even the rich would be ashamed.

Bullshit.

For all those studies, where you read that if you had invested in quality at any price, and just held on to them for a long period of time (40 years), you would have made enough money to be proud of yourself.

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Reblog: The Evolution Of A Value Manager


The original article appears on valuewalk.com and is available here.

Over the years reading plenty of books on investing and studying many of the world’s greatest investors I’ve come to recognise how truly insightful the combination of Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger really are.

While Warren Buffett cites the book “The Intelligent Investor” as “by far the best book on investing ever written” his style evolved over the years in a large part influenced by Charlie Munger.

“Charlie shoved me in the direction of not just buying bargains, as Ben Graham had taught me.  This was the real impact Charlie had on me.  It took a powerful force to move me on from Graham’s limiting views.  It was the power of Charlie’s mind.  He expanded my horizons”  Warren Buffett

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