Tag: Long-term

Compounding – The Magic Of A Long-Term Mindset And Delayed Gratification

“Compound interest is the eight wonder of the world. He who understands it, earns it….he who doesn’t, pays it” -Albert Einstein Presumably Albert Einstein said the words above, and likewise Benjamin Franklin said that time is money. Unfortunately, we seem to forget these very simple principles when it comes to most decision making – be it learning, investing or in

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Does Valuation Matter? Less Than You Think If You Buy Quality Stocks

Summary: S&P has an estimated P/E of 23 for 2020. Rich valuations sometimes make the best companies’ share price languish. Low interest rates justifies high valuations. Indexers might suffer more from high valuations than active investors. How important are growth and valuations? I look at theoretical returns under different valuations and growth. It turns out Warren Buffett is right: It’s

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