I want to discuss part two of my Investment Philosophy series, Portfolio Concentration and Diversification. Although this is not the most important part of my philosophy (that was discussed in part 1), it is still very important for you as a potential investor in the Fund to understand how I think about such matters like … Continue reading Investment Philosophy Part 2 – Diversification & It’s Shortcomings
I want to take the time to discuss my investment philosophy in a bit more detail as I believe it will provide you, a potential partner, more clarity into the mindset of your potential money manager. I will break these investment philosophy pieces up into three different parts, with this first part being about losses. … Continue reading Investment Philosophy Part 1 – A Word on Losses
So this past week I've been relaxing (as best as I can) in Tybee Island, GA. This is supposed to be my last vacation before the school year starts, but I've spent most of it getting destroyed by waves, early morning workouts, and studying the markets. I've come to the realization that I cannot get … Continue reading Surfing and Trading
If you've stuck around for Part 2 of my Russian Bull Thesis, congrats! If you haven't read Part 1, check it out here. I won't bore you with Part 1 review, so I will give a brief overview. Part 1 dealt with the Russian economy as a whole, which returned a bullish hypothesis after my research. … Continue reading Going Long Russia: Part 2
Jim Rogers is one of my favorite investors to listen to. Truth be told, every Sunday I search YouTube to see if there are any newly released videos of Jim Rogers' views on economies and markets. Rogers is one of the greatest investors of all time, joining forces with George Soros to create the Quantum … Continue reading Going Long Russia: Part 1
I want to start making monthly posts about the state of my portfolio, why I have positions the way I do, and what I am planning going forward. This will be more of a bulleted style list of things, whereas my companies analyses are droves of paragraphs. Without further hesitation, let's roll. Long Positions British … Continue reading My Positions in My (Paper) Account
Moving away from individual securities and US equities on the whole, along the quest for value, I love venturing into my bigger passion, Global Macro Investing. Don't get me wrong, I'm a sucker for a great undervalued company trading well below book value. But at the same time, my friends will usually find me analyzing … Continue reading Is Silver About to Breakout?