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Contributing Editor of Quality Value Investing on Substack
I am the author of the international-selling book, Build Wealth With Common Stocks: Market-Beating Strategies for the Individual Investor, and contributing editor of Quality Value Investing (QVI). The holdings of the QVI Portfolios have cumulatively outperformed the S&P 500 since 2009 based on an ...more


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Introducing Quality Value Investing
By modeling the guiding principles of the legendary super investors Warren Buffett, Benjamin Graham, Peter Lynch, and Howard Marks, I reinvented my investor self over 14 years ago.
Compound With A Margin Of Safety
Since volatile markets are perpetual, it is crucial to evaluate the downside risk and other measurements of the margin of safety in a stock price, a concept originated by the father of value investing Benjamin Graham.
Buy Fear And Sell Greed
The investor who predicts an impactful market, industry, or company event becomes intoxicated by the lucky call and begins to base an investing philosophy on the sudden perceived ability to foresee future events.
Profit From The Magic Of Compounding Protected By A Wide Margin Of Safety
Buy and hold the stocks of quality companies with history and continued likelihood of compounding total returns.
Buy When The Black Swan Flies; Sell When It Comes Home To Roost
Mr. Market continues to entertain the purchase of attractive fundamentals at otherwise high prices and narrow margins of safety.
The Elevator Pitch Value Proposition
Understanding a publicly-traded company's value proposition – as reflected in its products or services – is crucial to the fundamental analysis of a potential stock for the self-directed investor.
Portfolio Allocation Strategies For The Self-Directed Investor
Portfolio allocation is as important as asset allocation. This post discusses the two most common portfolio weighting mechanisms: market weight and equal weight. Plus, why automatically reinvesting dividends is not always the best strategy.
Finding Value: Determining The Equity Bond Rate From Shareholder Yields
Self-directed stock investors should measure shareholder yields beyond just dividends. Despite being out of favor on Wall Street, three traditional retailers are generating multiple shareholder yields that are exceeding the ten-year Treasury rate.
Eight Principles Of Profitable Self-Directed Investing
Here are eight principles of profitable self-directed investing that when consistently implemented can produce market-beating portfolios over an extended period
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