Skills That Separate You as an Investment Manager: Forthrightness

Once you’ve finally landed that coveted position as a research analyst, how do you stand out from the crowd in this highly competitive field? Many of the skills needed… »

Multifamily Housing Is Booming, and It Doesn’t Look Like a Bubble

Much attention has been paid to the fact that the rebound in single-family housing has been tepid, but investors must understand the underlying structural changes that are driving these… »

MBA or CFA? It depends on where you want your career to go

Industry experts say those who see themselves in strategic roles should go for an MBA, while those who prefer research roles should opt for a CFA.… »

Goodnight Vietnam​

It was a matter of happenstance I suppose – certainly not serendipity. Our meeting may have been an inevitable coming together, but it was certainly not initially welcomed by… »

Returns on Negative Enterprise Value Stocks: Money for Nothing?

Value investing is about finding and buying a bargain, a dollar selling for 70 cents or less. One of the most tantalizing apparent bargains offered by the stock market… »

How to Invest If You Can’t Outperform the Market

Even if some people are able to outperform the market, most people are not. In financial jargon, most people do not have an edge over the market. This means… »

Bruce Berkowitz’s Bogus Bombast

The Fed’s serial bubble machine has not only bestowed massive speculative windfalls on the 1%, but it has also fostered a noxious culture of plunder and entitlement in the… »