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These are notes from The Intelligent Investor, one of the most important books ever written about investing. Written by Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffett's mentor and professor at Columbia, it provides the margin of safety concept as well as the intellectual framework for many of our investment strategies. It outlines how one should think about the relationship between price/valuation and returns, as well as our approach to managing portfolios through market fluctuations. The chapter, The Investor and Market Fluctuations, should be considered required reading.
William Bernstein applies Ben Graham's concepts to the subject of asset allocation -- the key to risk management and long-term investment success.
Warren Buffett cites Brutus in his 50th annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholder letter about how so many investors shoot themselves in the foot...
401(k) Sponsors and participants share some common concerns: market risk, not saving enough for retirement and the impact fees may have on hard-earned savings. This brochure explains how index investing can help.
The markets have been on a tear following the recovery from the financial crisis—with some pundits saying a market correction is due. Here’s how to prepare yourself.
After analyzing 325,000 investor portfolios, SigFig finds that investors who trade frequently actually see lower returns than their peers who are more hands-off...