Serenity Stocks or www.serenitystocks.com is now www.grahamvalue.com. Only the name and URL have changed. Everything else is exactly the same.
Entrepreneurs are essentially Investors with Zero diversification, and many of Thiel's ideas are applicable to Value Investing as well.
Get-rich-quick schemes are scams, but conservative investment strategies can allow one to become financially independent before the age of forty.
The Value Investing framework of Benjamin Graham — Warren Buffett's mentor — may not include some foreign stocks and American Depositary Receipts.
Benjamin Graham — Warren Buffett's mentor — taught that one was to stay invested, even during times of war or periods of extreme uncertainty.
Philip L. Carret — the man Warren Buffett called "The Hero of Investing" — had some very prescient instructions for the modern Value Investor in his 1930 book, The Art Of Speculation.
The Net Current Asset Value (or Net-Net) strategy of Benjamin Graham — Warren Buffett's mentor — is the most misused technique in his Value Investing framework today.
Warren Buffett's mentor — and the founder of Value Investing — is misquoted frequently today, often due to recent modifications to his books.
Warren Buffett and his mentor — Benjamin Graham — on what is now attributed to Charlie Munger as "sit on your ass investing".
While appearing theoretically sound and fundamentally safe, option trading strategies such as Covered Calls posses the same shortcomings as other short-term market timing activities.