This is going to be the shortest post on Safal Niveshak, but one with the most amount of wisdom (it doesn’t come from me, of course).
What follows below is a series of tweets from James O’Shaughnessy, the chairman and founder of O’Shaughnessy Asset Management, and the author of What Works on Wall Street.
The entire thread is worth reading, given that it contains the most important things an investor in stocks must understand, appreciate and tie into his/her investment philosophy.
It’s a gem of a tweetstorm, and I suggest you read through this and, maybe, print this out as it can serve as a wonderful reminder when you feel lost in the world of investing and the information overload that’s a part of it.
1/ I have been a professional investor for over 30 years. What follows is some things I think I know and some things I know I don’t know. Let’s start with some things I know I don’t know.
— Jim OShaughnessy (@jposhaughnessy) May 10, 2018
Click on the tweet above to read the entire series, or click here.
Anyways, the second brilliant investing resource that I came across this past week was from, well, CNBC (that rare reason to like CNBC, you see).
They have created a Warren Buffett archive that contains a huge collection of the legend speaking about business, investing, money and life.
This archive, among other resources, includes 25 full Berkshire Hathaway annual meetings, going back to 1994. One of those things that seem to make life complete!
I’m sure these two resources (O’Shaughnessy’s tweet and Buffett’s archives) would fill the next few weekends for you.
Happy reading and watching! 🙂
Ramaswamy Ranganthan says
Hi Vishal ,
I have been following your website , and your lovely posts and i should truly compliment you for your lucidity and candid approach .
I have been investing in the markets for a few years with the borrowed wisdom of Charlie , Guy , Warren and numerous greats .
I should also confess your blog has also helped me tremendously in becoming better . Thank you very much and much gratitude to you .
Keep up the good work.
Vishal Khandelwal says
Glad to know that, Mr. Ranganthan. Thank you!