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Norway's Sovereign Wealth Fund: Transforming Oil Wealth into Lasting Prosperity
But what makes Norway’s striking of oil so fundamentally different from its worse faring counterparts? The answer is in large part its Norwegian Government Pension fund, and Norges Bank Investment Management
Reece Duca: The Manager Who Outperformed Buffett
Reece Duca’s long-term track record is nothing short of mastery. He’s barely given any public insights into his remarkable career – until a recent interview with Tegus CFO Bob Casey.
Stanley Druckenmiller: Breaking the Bank
Stanley Druckenmiller's reputation as an investment titan is nothing but legendary, and his performance makes him one of the most successful hedge fund managers of all time.
Why Missing Earnings Calls Could Be the Biggest Mistake in Your Investment Strategy
In the rapidly changing and cut-throat competitive world of investing, staying informed is a necessity. Earnings calls and their transcripts offer a goldmine of insights
Tom Murphy: The Unconventional Media Maestro
Celebrated as one of the eight unconventional CEOs in William Thorndike’s book "The Outsiders," Murphy’s reputation is cemented among the greats. As the Chairman and CEO of Capital Cities/ABC, Inc., his leadership was not just about grand vision; it was about execution and delivering shareholder value.
Mohnish Pabrai: Mastering Buffett's Playbook to Billion-Dollar Success
Known for his profound understanding of value investing and his close relationship with Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger, Mohnish Pabrai has become a figure of immense interest for investors and finance enthusiasts worldwide.
One Up On Wall Street: A Deep Dive into Peter Lynch's Investment Philosophy
The book I value the most in my possession, closely followed by "Fooled by Randomness", is "One Up On Wall Street", written by the legendary Peter Lynch. When I read the book for the second time, I nearly used up a whole highlighter.
Chuck Akre’s Three-Legged Stool: A Long-Term Investing Framework
When it comes to long-term investing, Chuck Akre’s iconic "Three-Legged Stool" framework stands out as a lucrative approach for evaluating investment opportunities. According to Akre, three key characteristics can above all drive incredible long-term investment returns: Exceptional Business, Killer Management, and a Reinvestment Moat. Here’s a closer look at each of the three "legs" that make up this robust model.
Investing Mastery with Nick Sleep: Nomad's Costco Investment
Nick Sleep remains a mysterious figure in the world of investing and has avoided giving barely any interviews. He and his companion Qais Zakaria, together forming the Nomad Partnership, boasted an astounding 921% investment return between 2001-2014, dwarfing the MSCI World Index's 117% return during the same timeframe.
The Ray Dalio Approach to Finance and Life
Ray Dalio is not just another name in the financial world. He's the founder of Bridgewater Associates, the second largest hedge fund in the world. He's best known for his macro investing strategies and his unique principles of radical transparency.
Carl Icahn: A Wall Street Titan
For anyone familiar with Wall Street, Carl Icahn's presence is unmistakable. His influence in the stock market and his activist investment strategy have shaped the trajectory of multiple companies and fortunes for several decades.
The Timeless Investment Wisdom of Philip Fisher
In the world of finance, few names shine as brightly as Philip Fisher's. His insights and methods have left a permanent mark on the investing landscape. To this day, several of the greatest investing minds, including Warren Buffett, admit to being influenced by Fisher's strategies and thinking.
Bill Ackman's Journey to Investing Stardom
Bill Ackman's talent for investing became evident early in his career. This was first demonstrated by his predictive stance on the junk bond market collapse in 1989 and later by the establishment of Gotham Partners, one of the most successful hedge funds worldwide in the 1990s.
The Dual Legacy of John Templeton
When the name John Templeton pops up, people often think of investments and the stock market. But who was John Templeton, and how did he become one of the most famous investors worldwide? Let's dive in and find out.
John Neff: Vanguard’s Architect of Value-Centric Investment
John Neff is a name resonating deeply in the finance world. Due to his successes with the Vanguard Group, the second-largest asset management firm in the world, Neff stands out as one of the most famous investors in history.
Thomas Rowe Price Jr: From the Great Depression to Global Dominance
If you've ever delved into the world of investing, chances are that you've come across the name Thomas Rowe Price Jr. From his groundbreaking investment strategies during the turbulent times of the Great Depression to the enduring impact of his Growth Investing philosophy, Price is considered one of the most famous investors in history.