This Week’s Best Investing Reads From Our Top 50 Investing Blogs 2017

Johnny HopkinsValue Investing News Comments

Each week Tobias and I pick out the best investing reads from our Top 50 Investing Blogs 2017. Here’s what we’ve been reading: Acquirer’s Multiple & the Quest for Value (Old School Value) How to Invest in an Overvalued Market (A Wealth of Common Sense) Factor Investing: Evidence Based Insights (Alpha Architect) The Jeff Bezos Empire in One Giant Chart (Visual Capitalist) Investor Returns Hurt by Attempts to … Read More

This Week’s Best Investing Reads From Our Top 50 Investing Blogs 2017

Johnny HopkinsValue Investing News Comments

Each week Tobias and I pick out the best investing reads from our Top 50 Investing Blogs 2017. Here’s what we’ve been reading: My Friend is Beating Me (The Irrelevant Investor) 14 Things the Market Does Not Care About  (A Wealth of Common Sense) Does Momentum Work With Value Investing (csinvesting) There are only two other times in history when stocks were more expensive … Read More

44% Of Fund Managers Say Stocks Are Overvalued

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A recent article at Bloomberg says U.S. stocks are the most overvalued investment in the world. At least that’s what institutional investors say. Here’s an excerpt from that article: A record 44 percent of fund managers polled in a monthly survey from Bank of America Merrill Lynch see equities as overvalued, up from 37 percent last month. The technology-heavy Nasdaq Composite … Read More

So Value Investing Is Not Dead According To Goldmans

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I had to smile when I read this article on Bloomberg titled, Goldman Sachs Mulls the Death of Value Investing. The article states: There isn’t much value in value investing these days. The value-factor strategy of buying stocks with the lowest valuations and selling those with the highest, pioneered by Eugene Fama and Kenneth French and espoused by none other than … Read More

It Appears To Be Time For Value Stocks To Shine Again

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Recent article at The Street says, it appears to be time for value stocks to shine again. The trend reversal is likely to last for years, rather than weeks or months. Here’s an excerpt from that article: Traditional “value” investing used to mean buying near the bottom of a stock’s yearly price range and when its price/earnings multiple was depressed. … Read More

This Week’s Best Investing Reads – Curated Links

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Here’s a list of this week’s best investing reads: Blogs Don’t Be Fooled By High Dividend Yields (A Wealth of Common Sense) Satisfaction Yield (The Irrelevant Investor) Today Is Not Just Like 1987 (The Fat Pitch) Portrait Of A Stock Bubble – Dave Kranzler (Sprott Money) Conversation With Jesse Felder (ValueWalk) “I’m Very Concerned” Elliott’s Singer Says Market Risks Higher Today Than 2008 (Zero Hedge) Mark … Read More

This Week’s Best Investing Reads – Curated Links

Johnny HopkinsValue Investing News Comments

Here’s a list of this week’s best investing reads: Blogs Free Reading: Dear Fellow Shareholders (Hurricane Capital) The Unintended and Deleterious Societal Consequences of Quantitative Easing (The Felder Report) Mohnish Pabrai On The Mistake Of Selling Ferrari (ValueWalk) How Many Will Stay the Course During the Next Bear Market? (A Wealth of Common Sense) Axel Merk: “Investing Is Not About Bragging Rights … Read More

Barrons – Behavioral Obstacles to Successful Value Investing

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We’re always on the look out for the latest value investing news here at The Acquirer’s Multiple – Stock Screener. I recently found a great value investing article at Barron’s by Robert Johnson, the President and CEO of the American College of Financial Services. Johnson writes, “In an ADHD world, patience is, unfortunately, in short supply. Advisors who face regular questioning from … Read More