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A smaller portfolio with well-analyzed companies can provide strong returns.
Last week's Ira Sohn investment conference seemed to give off that smell suggesting markets may be getting a tad too optimistic.
Key takeaways from Warren Buffett and the most-anticipated investor event of the year, Berkshire Hathaway's annual meeting.
There's always something to learn from the Oracle of Omaha.
The market is awash in cash, which finds its way into the equity market, sending prices higher.
The most successful companies will be those that remain focused and committed to growth and operational efficiency.
Patient, long-term investors who are struggling to find acceptable future returns in today's market environment may wish to look closer at IBM.
Over the next five years, high-quality dividend-paying equities should offer individual investors an opportunity to have more money at the end of the day than what they put in.
Several major stocks have declined over the past month, but sometimes it's best to ride out dips in performance.
Value simply means getting more for something than you pay for it.