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A Dozen Things I’ve Learned from Charlie Munger About Benjamin Graham’s Value Investing System

Charlie Munger has developed a powerful system that is useful in making any type of decision. One notable application of this system by Munger relates to investing and involves another system developed by Benjamin Graham. It is useful to understand what is known as “value investing” not just for its own sake, but to understand how Munger thinks and makes decisions. Even if you find value investing boring or have […]

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Angel Investing and Power Laws

Warren Buffett’s view on risk is the right response to the data contained in the post by Robert Wiltbank on Angel investing returns. In an essay in which he discusses risk, Buffett advises: “… If significant risk exists in a single transaction, overall risk should be reduced by making that purchase one of many mutually-independent commitments.  Thus, you may consciously purchase a risky investment – one that indeed has a […]

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