John P. Reese is founder and CEO of Validea.com, an investment research firm, and Validea Capital Management, an asset management firm serving affluent investors and companies. He is also co-author of two investing books, including The Guru Investor: How to Beat the Market Using History's Best Investment Strategies (Wiley).
Before Validea, Reese was vice president of information technology for GE Capital ITS, president and CEO of Micro Networks of America, a networking firm, and marketing manager of electronics at Coleco.
Reese holds a master's of business administration from Harvard Business School and a bachelor's degree in computer science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Owning more of a great stock would be the best way for Buffett to spend his money. So, he should just buy more Apple.
Owning more of a great stock would be the best way for Buffett to spend his money.
You don't have to chase the FAANG stocks to make money.
Just because they're not in an index doesn't mean they can't be winners.
If oil can stabilize and move higher into the end of the year, I think there are some potential opportunities.
These disparate names seem to fit quite well with the investment approach of the Oracle of Omaha.
Rather than overlook this category of stocks, look at the fundamentals.
Most of these names have exhibited exceptional price strength.
With most names not partaking in this tech-led rally, these 5 have 'value' written all over them.
The recent ransomware attack boosts the value of such companies and their services.
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