It’s Hard to Beat Risk-Free 46% Annual Returns

Even in his prime, Warren Buffett couldn’t consistently deliver 46% returns year in and year out. The sage of Omaha is good…but not that good. (Ok, there was a stretch in the 1960s when he really did generate those […] Continue Reading…

What Happens When My Stock Get Delisted?

Even Wall Street has standards.

I know that might sound hard to believe, but to benefit from the liquidity, capital-raising power and prestige that come with a listing on the New York Stock Exchange or Nasdaq, a company has to […] Continue Reading…

The Single Most Important — And Unconventional — Estate Planning Tip You Will Ever Get

Today I’m going to share an unconventional estate planning tip. I say “unconventional” because this is not the sort of advice you’ll get in a book or from a financial planner. But this might be the most important advice […] Continue Reading…

Apple’s $17K Watch Is No Collector’s Item

Barron’s ran a piece over the weekend that reiterated some of the points I made last month on the launch of the Apple Watch (see “Swiss, It’s Not: Apple’s $17K Watch Is No Collector’s Item” for Barron’s take and […] Continue Reading…

Barron’s Comments On My Mortgage REIT Article

Writing for Barron’s this week, John Kimelman had some comments on my recommendation of mortgage REITs. (see “The Value in Non-Tech Nasdaq, Mortgage REITs” Subscription may be required.)

Here is an excerpt:
Regardless of market conditions, Wall Street has proven itself […] Continue Reading…