Howard Marks: Investing Is Like Golf

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In his latest memo titled – I Beg To Differ, Howard Marks explains why investing is like playing golf. Here’s an excerpt from the memo: The bottom line of the above is simple: You can’t hope to earn above average returns if you don’t place active bets, but if your … Read More

Howard Marks: Should Investors Buy The Dip?

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In his recent interview with S&P Global Ratings, Howard Marks answers the question on whether investors should buy the dip. Here’s an excerpt from the interview: Marks: So the answer is we are reducing our defensiveness, increasing our aggressiveness. Does that mean we’re at the bottom? Absolutely not. I don’t … Read More

Howard Marks: There Is No ‘Economic Machine’

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In his recent interview with the Market Mind Hypothesis Symposium, Howard Marks explained why there is no ‘economic machine’. Here’s an excerpt from the interview: Marks: In your last sentence about the two episodes [in history]… would limit me too much so if you don’t mind I’m gonna go way … Read More

Howard Marks: U.S Onshoring Investment Opportunities

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In his latest interview on the Wharton School Podcast, Howard Marks discussed U.S investment opportunities if the trend moves from globalization to dependable onshoring, as he believes it will. Here’s an excerpt from the interview: Marks: I think that if people want to create their own raw materials, or intermediate … Read More