Investing Strategy

  • 01 Jun
    A Few Final Words From Sven Carlin

    A Few Final Words From Sven Carlin

    Dear Investiv Daily reader,

    The last two years have been very exiting as I’ve been writing daily articles for Investiv Daily.

    I would like to thanks Shane Rawlings—Investiv’s founder—for the opportunity given to me, and I would also like to thank the hundreds of thousands of readers who have enjoyed my articles.

    As with everything in life, there comes a time to part with the old and dig into new adventures. However, keep reading Investiv Daily as Shane has already found an amazing replacement for me. His name is Thomas Moore, and he is a 25-year market veteran and investing expert. You can learn more about Thomas here. More →

  • 30 May
    CVS looks poised for a big break out – here’s why

    CVS looks poised for a big break out – here’s why

    Looking for a new investment to make can be an intimidating process, no matter how experienced you may be as an investor. There are so many ways to go about doing it, how are you really supposed to know what method works best? More →

  • 29 May
    Graham’s Take On Financial Advisors

    Graham’s Take On Financial Advisors

    I’ll continue summarizing Graham’s book The Intelligent Investor and today, we’ll touch on a very delicate subject: the investor and their advisors.

    As I offer stock market research services, you can put me into both the investor and advisors group. Let’s first see what Graham has to say and then discuss the current environment.



    Seeking Investment Advice

    As Graham is in favor of investing in businesses, he considers seeking investing advice naïve. More →

  • 24 May
    What’s Going On With Dividend Stocks?

    What’s Going On With Dividend Stocks?

    • Dividend investments have been loosing ground lately.
    • If the FED raises rates 4 times in 2018, there will be more ground lost.
    • However, there is a dividend strategy that will do well no matter what happens.



    Introduction

    One of the most loved investing strategies is dividend investing.

    Dividends are something that we can see giving us a reward at least once a year and are a much more sure thing than many other possible investment returns. However, lately dividend investors haven’t been having a great time as, while dividend years have been going up, asset prices have been going down, especially for many of the most beloved dividend stocks. More →

  • 17 May
    Here’s The Truth About Investing In Argentina

    Here’s The Truth About Investing In Argentina

    I usually do the opposite of what others do.

    Just a year ago, according to the Wall Street Journal, many investors—like Morgan Stanley, T. Rowe Price, and Ashmore Group—rushed to buy Argentinian stocks as the situation in the country had been improving under the new president, Macri. Their position exposure has been at least 17% of their frontier market portfolios, which is the Argentinian weight in the MSCI Frontier Market Index.



    iShares even launched an Argentinian ETF and all seemed well until interest rates in the U.S. increased which made people think more about the risks and made them less attracted to the quick, high interest rate gains in Argentina. More →

  • 16 May
    This Is What You Need To Know To Be A Successful Investor

    This Is What You Need To Know To Be A Successful Investor

    Warren Buffett has stated that all you need to know for profitable long term investing is in chapters 8 and 20 of Benjamin Graham’s The Intelligent Investor.

    Chapter 8 is titled “The Investor and Market Fluctuations,” which is something we are all always intrigued by. The key is to prepare both financially and psychologically for market fluctuations.



    Market Fluctuations As A Guide To Investment Decisions – Timing Vs. Pricing

    Graham distinguishes between two ways of taking advantage of market fluctuations: you can time the market or you can price it. Timing assumes you predict where the stock market will go next, while pricing makes you look for stocks trading below their fair value.  More →

  • 11 May
    This Is Where Graham Says To Look For Investing Opportunities

    This Is Where Graham Says To Look For Investing Opportunities

    I’ll continue with my contemporary summary of Benjamin Graham’s book The Intelligent Investor as I believe that the combination of the everlasting wisdom in the book and a modern approach is all that an investor needs to reach great returns.

    Today’s discussion is about Chapter 7 – Portfolio Policy for the Enterprising Investor: The Positive Side.

    Today, we’ll turn from discussing how a defensive investor should invest to discussing how an enterprising investor should invest, one who devotes a fair amount of time in order to beat the market.




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  • 09 May
    I Made A Fortune On NSU – Here’s How To Find Similar Investments

    I Made A Fortune On NSU – Here’s How To Find Similar Investments

    Today, I want do describe my investing style and how it works which will give you insights into how I reach satisfying investment returns with a margin of safety.

    I’ll use Nevsun Resources (NYSE: NSU) as an example as it has been one of my largest portfolio positions over the last year.



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  • 07 May
    What You Can Learn From Berkshire’s Annual Shareholder Meeting

    What You Can Learn From Berkshire’s Annual Shareholder Meeting

    This past Saturday, the Woodstock for capitalists was on as Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger held their annual shareholder conference.

    If you want to succeed in investing and reach your financial goals, this conference and the insights from it are all you need to listen to in order to learn about investing, what’s going on, and what to do about it.

    In today’s article, I’ll summarize what the key points to take out are and also save you the 6-hour watch.



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  • 04 May
    Doing This One Thing Can Help You Save $1 Million

    Doing This One Thing Can Help You Save $1 Million

    One of the things that strongly impact a life but is rarely discussed is buying a car.

    We are bombarded with car commercials, and it seems so important to regularly buy a new car. So, as I think personal finance is a step above and more important than actual stock picking, today I’ll share with you my strategy regarding cars which has been extremely helpful during my life and has enabled me to do so many wonderful things.

    Let me show you how anyone can save a million by buying 5-year old cars instead of new cars. 




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