In this series, we will teach you 5 things about the stock market in less than 5 minutes.
1️⃣ How to deal with market downturns
In 2009, Berkshire Hathaway was down 50%.
A reporter asked Charlie Munger whether he was worried about this. His response:
2️⃣ Focus on process over outcome
Always focus on the things that you can control.
The most successful investors focus on having a good investment process and ignore short-term stock price fluctuations.
3️⃣ One simple investment quote
Good investing is simple, but not easy.
If the investment case isn’t screaming at you, you shouldn’t buy the stock.
“All the math you need in the stock market, you get in the fourth grade.” - Peter Lynch
4️⃣ Brian Feroldi
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5️⃣ Example of a Quality Company
Warren Buffett loves to invest in (quasi-)monopolies.
In this list you can find a few great examples like Visa & Mastercard, S&P Global & Moody’s, Coca-Cola & Pepsico, and so on.
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Compounding Quality is a professional investor which manages a worldwide equity fund with more than $150 million in Assets Under Management. We have read over 500 investment books and spend more than 50 hours per week researching stocks.
Great Quality Tuesday piece. The quote, “investing is simple, but not easy” is a good one. Thanks for sharing.
"If the investment case isn’t screaming at you, you shouldn’t buy the stock". Totally agree, but when I started investing all the investment cases screamed at me, now only a few 😁