Investment Guru Stock Tips and Expert Advice

Better be wise by the misfortunes of others than by your own.

He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life.
Muhammad Ali

My goal is not to fail fast. My goal is to succeed over the long term.
Marc Andreessen

Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.

Never let knowledge stand in the way of truth.
Ajahn Brahm

We just focus on a few outstanding companies.
Warren Buffett

What the human being is best at doing is interpreting all new information so that their prior conclusions remain intact.
Warren Buffett

It’s not enough that we do our best; sometimes we have to do what’s required.
Sir Winston Churchill

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Technology Rules – John Maudlin

Macroeconomic forecasting is too politicized. I don’t mean that in a partisan sense, though it may be so. The bigger problem is that forecasters spend most of their time thinking about central bank decisions and government policies. In the long run, those aren’t the most important factors. Not even close. What really drives economic progress is human ingenuity and the innovation it produces. In other words, technology. I use that term in its broadest sense: applying knowledge to make life better. Nowadays we associate technology with electronic devices, but it’s much older. The wheel was an early technology. We progressed to steam engines, automobiles, telegraphs, radios, airplanes, computers, and more. Each (and a million others) boosted economic growth. Their combined effect brought us to where we are today. Read more.

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Deflation Talk – John Maudlin

If you could ask the world’s top central bankers what really terrifies them, I think the honest answer would usually be “deflation.” It is their greatest nightmare. They think a little inflation is good (thus the 2%+ target), and they’re confident they can subdue it if necessary. Deflation is a bigger problem. Let’s note, however, that these aren’t either/or conditions. They have degrees of severity. Indeed, the last four decades we’ve seen disinflation—a mild form of deflation—in many segments of the economy. Compared to that, even relatively mild inflation looks quite concerning. And many smart people are concerned, as I described in last week’s review of SIC inflation talk. Read more.

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An Epic Set Of ‘Alligator Jaws’ – Jesse Felder

One of the major themes I’ve been operating under for the past several years posits that, due to passive investing’s increasing popularity, opportunities outside of the major indexes should become both more prevalent and more attractive. In many respects, acting on this thesis has served me well. Recently, though, traditional passive investing has become a bit less popular as many investors have eagerly embraced alternatives or variations such as ESG and its most speculative elements like green energy and electric vehicles. Now there are a myriad different ways to define ESG but, in practice, it has resulted in portfolios with a higher concentration in popular sectors like tech and an underweight of unpopular sectors like the traditional energy sector. Read more.

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