Posts Tagged ‘how to invest’

How To Invest

How To Invest

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Investing, Texas

Rather than say, “this is how you should invest,” I prefer to say (and write about) “this is how you should NOT invest.” I can think of at least three reasons for my preference. First, I know many more terrible ways to invest than I know good ways. Second, exotic bad ideas make for more [&hellip

Stocks vs Bonds - The probabilistic answer

Stocks vs Bonds – The probabilistic answer

By The Banker | Blog Posts, How Not To Invest, Investing, Personal Finance, Wall Street

Beg, Steal & Borrow I’ve gotten in the awkward habit on Bankers Anonymous of stealing monthly thoughts from an investment advisor named David Hultstrom of Financial Architects LLC – about whom I know very little – except that he writes very clearly and sensibly about personal investing. In this month’s note to his clients he [&hellip

Book Review: The Intelligent Investor

Book Review: The Intelligent Investor

By The Banker | Book Reviews, How Not To Invest, Investing

I never intend Bankers Anonymous as a “How to invest” site,[1] but B$A readers may safely approach The Intelligent Investor as a “How Not to Invest,” a more profitable set of rules in the long run, in my opinion.  I prefer The Intelligent Investor to any modern investment book I’ve ever read, and I recommend it as [&hellip