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We've heard Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger say "Our job is to decide whether and the stock market's job is to decide when." Is that good advice for all?
The biggest change in the U.S. investment markets in the next year could be the coming rampage to buy houses by first-time homebuyers.
The famous contrarian investor might see light at the end of the tunnel and say it's a good time to buy.
Major institutional investors seem averse to U.S. large-cap stocks, so we don’t anticipate a major correction in the next year.
Investors should remove their emotion when thinking of the Internet.
It is a significant pitfall for long-duration, common stock investors.
It's better to look at real measures of corporate performance such as free cash flow than to imagine what might be 10 years down the road.