Category: Investment

Books that I read annually

  Watching a recent introduction on Think & Grow Rich study from Paul Martinelli, the president of John Maxwell Team, and a DVD from Bob Proctor, they both shared that Think & Grow Rich by […]

Warren Buffett – A few fundamentals of investing

Buffett shared his wisdom in one of his annual letters. The below wisdoms apply both the layman and professionals: You don’t need to be an expert in order to achieve satisfactory investment returns. But if […]

Influence should be loaned, never given

This lesson took me back to my Shihan. He is one of the greatest leaders I have known. In my years studying Karate under him, he taught me great deal of leadership. He’s the leader […]

Vinadong – Investing principles

Value investing was first invented by professor Benjamin Graham in his classic “Intelligent investor”. His timeless wisdom includes the concepts of Mr. Market and Margin of Safety. Professor Graham’s most popular student is Mr. Warren […]

Warren Buffett – Investing Tenets

Tenets of the Warren Buffett Way Business Tenets Is the business simple and understandable? Does the business have a consistent operating history? Does the business have favorable long-term prospects? Management Tenets Is management rational? (that […]