Michael Mauboussin – What Did Abe Lincoln & Baboons Teach Us About Investing?

Johnny HopkinsMichael Mauboussin Comments

One of our favorite investors here at The Acquirer’s Multiple is Michael Mauboussin. Mauboussin is the Managing Director and Head of Global Financial Strategies at Credit Suisse. He’s also written three books, he’s been an adjunct professor of finance at Columbia Business School since 1993, and received the Dean’s Award for Teaching Excellence in 2009. One of my favorite Mauboussin talks was one titled, … Read More

The Bible On Capital Allocation plus His Checklist – Michael Mauboussin

Johnny HopkinsMichael Mauboussin, Resources Comments

There are a number of metrics that we use here at The Acquirer’s Multiple to establish a company’s valuation, quality and shareholder returns. One of my favorites, provided by our Deep Value Stock Screener, is Shareholder Yield. Shareholder Yield tells us what’s being returned to shareholders through a combination of dividends and share buybacks. Often investors only look at the Dividend Yield which … Read More

The Ten Attributes of Great Fundamental Investors – Michael J. Mauboussin

Johnny HopkinsMichael Mauboussin, Resources Comments

One of my favorite resources for sage advise on investing strategy is Michael J. Mauboussin. Mauboussin is the Head of Global Financial Strategies at Credit Suisse. Prior to rejoining CS in 2013, he was Chief Investment Strategist at Legg Mason Capital Management. Mauboussin is also the author of The Success Equation: Untangling Skill and Luck in Business, Sports and Investing, and Think … Read More

So you want to be a stock market investor? Take this test first!

Johnny HopkinsMichael Mauboussin, Research, Study Comments

(PHOTO: Source, www.michaelmauboussin.com) One of the great things about being a stock market investor in the year 2016, is that we have the internet. That means we have access to loads of free information to help us become better investors. There’s lots of great research that tells us why we continue to underachieve in the stock market. One of my favorite … Read More