What You Have Control Over in Your Investing

What you have control over in your investing: Brokerage costs: don’t over trade or pay high commissions. Ownership costs: of products (such as mutual funds, etc.) keep them down. Expectations: be realistic, use historical information to your advantage. Risk: know how much capital exposure you have. Tax bills: maintaining year and longer hold times to … Read more

Collecting Rent From Stocks 101

Collecting rents from the stock market is easy. Income property ownership when purchased properly, so it generates a positive cash flow, can be a solid investment that over time produces wealth and pride of ownership.  Real estate is something tangible or a physical asset that can be touched and seen verses a share of stock … Read more


Investing requires the understanding of a few common components that determine the differences between businesses. These components are competitive advantage, management, cash, and margin of safety.  All of these components are measurable. In other words they can be measured against other businesses or the industry the business you are evaluating operates under. Here are my … Read more