Category Archives: Island Investing

Island Investing: Where Research Should Begin

From my column in today’s Keys Weekly. Q. How should I start learning about a company I might invest in? A. Investors are fortunate that the SEC requires public companies to publish comprehensive financial information about themselves. Unfortunately, much of … read more…

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Island Investing: Risk, Take Two

My column in today’s Keys Weekly. Q. How should I think about risk when investing in stocks? A. Risk is a highly theoretical, strongly debated topic when it comes to investing. I wrote a partially tongue-in-cheek answer to this question … read more…

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Island Investing: Focused Portfolios

Q. How many stocks should I own? A. I’d like to clarify two points for new readers. The first is that I believe that the majority of long-term investors are best served by investing in an index fund – a … read more…

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