Charles Munger: The Investing World Is Just A Morass Of Wrong Incentives, Crazy Reporting, And A Fair Amount Of Delusion

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During Saturday’s annual Berkshire Hathaway pilgrimage, Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger once again challenged the value of hedge funds and their managers. During the meeting Buffett said, “The huge money [in hedge funds] is in selling people the idea that you can do something magical for them”. Munger added, “The investing … Read More

Warren Buffett – How Charlie Convinced Me To Break My Cigar-Butt Investing Habit

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(Image Source, Huffington Post, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/john-g-taft/the-warren-buffett-effect_b_5577685.html, [Accessed 9 Feb, 2017]) One of our favorite investors at The Acquirer’s Multiple is of course Warren Buffett. As a value investor, one of the most important free investing resources is Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway shareholder letters. Each contains hidden gems of value investing wisdom. One of my favorite … Read More

Ken Shubin Stein – Follow Munger’s 3 Ways To Find Good Opportunities

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One of our favorite investors at The Acquirer’s Multiple is Ken Shubin Stein. Ken Shubin Stein is the Founder and Portfolio Manager of Spencer Capital Management and the Chairman of Spencer Capital Holdings. Spencer Capital is a value-oriented investment management firm with a successful long-term track record investing in undervalued … Read More

What’s most often forgotten about one of the greatest Superinvestors – Charles Munger

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(Image Credit, dealbook.nytimes.com) If you’re a value investing nut like me you’ll have read everything you can on Charles Munger, Warren Buffett, Rick Guerin, Tom Knapp, Ed Anderson, Stan Perlmeter, Bill Ruane and Walter Schloss. The so called “Superinvestors of Graham & Doddsville”. But, we often forget that these investing megastars had ordinary … Read More