Tom Brakke's work is a consistent source of ideas and inspiration. He recently challenged some of his many admirers to provide a few thoughts for a book project. I eagerly await the result, and I am delighted to be included...
The Money Glory's insight:
Consells d'un estratega financer amb experiència als amateurs en el camp de la inversió.
We have come to view “consistent and repeatable process” as the Holy Grail of investment manager selection. The phrase has become the descriptive standard most used by those who evaluate managers, so that if you interact with consultants or financial advisors, you are bound to hear it frequently. It’s nice in theory, but there’s a big gap between theory and practice. First off, process is way messier in most cases than those diagrams of process in pitch books and on websites would have you believe. Which parts, specifically, are consistent? How are they repeatable?
Imagine, for a moment, an investor who bought stock in Sears Roebuck & Co. in the middle of 1993 - the last year the company produced its signature Big Book catalog - and then forgot about it until now.
After such a huge rally since the great recession, and now after a huge runup this year people are wondering what to do with their money. Many are afraid that the markets will tank as they are getting bubbly and there will eventually be tapering that will most certainly be devastating to the markets.
But then people like Buffett just keep buying stocks and telling people stocks are the place to be, even recently. When people ask him about stock prices, he always says that if stock prices go down it would make him happy as he will find more things to buy. Munger also says that bad times and low stock prices are good; that's how businesses grow. That's how the rich get richer; they just take advantage of dislocations to expand.
The Money Glory's insight:
Vendre? Comprar? Que s'ha de fer en un mercat que es considera sobrevalorat?
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