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[Quote No.24034] Need Area: Money > Invest
"You won't improve [your share portfolio] results by pulling out [selling] the flowers and watering the weeds." - Peter Lynch
Famous Successful share investor and money manager
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[Quote No.24035] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Sometimes, of course, the market may judge a business to be more valuable than the underlying facts would indicate it is. In such a case, we will sell our holdings. Sometimes, also, we will sell a security that is fairly valued or even undervalued because we require funds for a still more undervalued investment or one we believe we understand better." - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24036] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Investment managers [who do not follow the principles of value investing] are even more hyperkinetic: Their behavior during trading hours makes whirling dervishes seem sedated by comparison." - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24037] Need Area: Money > Invest
"...a Wall Street expression that Warren Buffett loathes is ‘You can’t go broke taking a profit.’ He’s justified, of course. People do tend to sell their winners too soon and to hold on to their losers too long. But some investors hold their winners so long that they become losers. A compromise piece of advice might be: ‘You can’t go broke taking a few chips off the table’." - Warren Boroson
Quote from 'J.K Lasser's Pick Stocks like Warren Buffett - What You Can Learn From The Best Investor Of Our Time.'
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[Quote No.24039] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Agonizing over errors is a mistake. But acknowledging and analysing them can be useful, though the practice is rare in corporate boardrooms. There, Charlie [Munger] and I have almost never witnessed a candid post-mortem of a failed decision, particularly one involving an acquisition...The financial consequences of these boners are regularly dumped into massive restructuring charges or write-offs that are casually waved off as ‘nonrecurring’. Managements just love these. Indeed, in recent years it has seemed that no earnings statement is complete without them. The origins of these charges, though, are never explored. When it comes to corporate blunders, [unfortunately - since then little can be learned from the experience, most] CEOs invoke the concept of the Virgin Birth." - Warren Buffett
Highly respected businessman and very successful share investor
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[Quote No.24040] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Agonizing over errors is a mistake. But acknowledging and analysing them can be useful, though the practice is rare in corporate boardrooms. There, Charlie [Munger] and I have almost never witnessed a candid post-mortem of a failed decision...[But this is not the case with Berkshire Hathaway, which Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger run, as the following refreshingly honest statements to shareholders reveal:] You should be aware that, at certain times in the past, I [Warren Buffett] have erred in not making repurchases [of Berkshire Hathaway shares]. My appraisal of Berkshire’s value was then too conservative or I was too enthused about some alternative use of funds. We have therefore missed some opportunities...[or]...I clearly made a mistake in paying what I did for Dexter [a shoe company] in 1993. Furthermore, I compounded that mistake in a huge way by using Berkshire shares in payment...[or]...We also made a major acquisition, Waumbec Mills, with the expectation of important synergy...But in the end nothing worked and I should be faulted for not quitting sooner...[or]...Late in 1993, I sold 10 million shares of Cap Cities at $63; at year-end 1994, the price was $85 1/4. (The difference is $222.5 million for those of you [shareholders] who wish to avoid the pain of calculating the damage yourself)...[or]...Egregious as it is, the Cap Cities decision earns only a silver medal. Top honors go to a mistake I made five years ago that fully ripened in 1994: Our $358 million purchase of USAir preferred stock, on which the dividend was suspended in September...This was a case of sloppy analysis, a lapse that may have been caused by the fact that we were buying a senior security [owners of preferred stock must be paid dividends before owners of common stock] or by hubris. Whatever the reason, the mistake was large...[and another mistake related to buying Gillette preferred stock instead of Gillette common stock]...But I was far too clever to do that...if I had negotiated for common [stock] rather than preferred [stock], we would have been better off at year end 1995 by $625 million, minus the ‘excess’ dividends of about $70 million." - Warren Buffett
CEO of Berkshire Hathaway Inc.
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[Quote No.24042] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The major thesis of this book is that investors overreact to events. Overreaction occurs in most areas of our behavior, from the booing and catcalling of hometown fans if the Chicago Bulls or any other good team loses a few consecutive games, to the loss of China and the subsequent outbreak of McCarthyism. But nowhere can it be demonstrated as clearly as in the [share] marketplace." - David Dreman
Famous share investor, in ‘Contrarian Investment Strategies: The Next Generation’
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[Quote No.24043] Need Area: Money > Invest
"...an investor who does not understand the economics of specific businesses [but who] nevertheless believes it in his interest to be a long-term owner of American [or another country’s] industry...should both own a large number of equities and space out his purchases [practice dollar-cost averaging over at least one full market cycle of at least 10 years]. By periodically investing in an index fund [with low fees], for example, the know-nothing investor can actually [get close to matching the market’s performance and] outperform most investment professionals [who often don’t even match the market's performance especially after their fees are deducted]. Paradoxically, when ‘dumb’ money acknowledges its limitations, it ceases to be dumb." - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24044] Need Area: Money > Invest
"I really believe, as I get along [in age], that if you have a liberal reserve [of cash and bonds earning interest], you will continue to do intelligent things with stocks, even when you’re under pressure." - William ‘Bill’ J. Ruane
Chairman of the Sequoia Fund
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[Quote No.24045] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Beware of momentum. Stocks and markets tend to go to extremes both on the upside and the downside." - Albert Hettinger
Fund manager with Lazard Freres and considered one of the finest investors in the mid-twentieth century by the great investor Bill Ruane, Chaiman of the Sequoia Fund
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[Quote No.24046] Need Area: Money > Invest
"An interesting game to help an investor prioritise and clarify their valuing of companies, is for them to ask themselves out of their present choices if they had to choose only one stock for 20 years which one would they choose and why? (Warren Buffett has also stated that it would help people prioritise and clarify their valuing of companies if they were only allowed to chose 20 stocks in their lifetime. With only these few choices they would take much more careful consideration and wait for really good opportunities. Thereby making much better choices than they do now thinking they can swap and change whenever they like.)" - Seymour@imagi-natives.com

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[Quote No.24047] Need Area: Money > Invest
"We’re searching for sound, growing, well-managed businesses...The problem is that the best companies are well known, and as a result their shares often sell at prices we are unwilling to pay. So we simply wait until something happens to change that...[then] we try to assure ourselves as best we can that the problems will not over time result in a permanent impairment...[as] we want sustainable growth over decades...Solid businesses, even the best, inevitably face challenges, but most of the time they can be overcome. For weak ones, there is normally no cure. That’s why it’s so important to buy the best...at a price you can live with..." - Robert Torray
Torray Fund Manager
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[Quote No.24048] Need Area: Money > Invest
"I buy companies on a long term basis. I might buy 8 percent growth at a p/e of 14, 15, or 16. That might be attractive. At 15 percent growth, it might be worth p/e of 22...But I wouldn’t buy 30 percent growth at twice that [p/e of 60]. That’s crazy...it won’t last very long. Certainly not for decades. Look at Lucent now. Technology’s growth is cyclical, and it’s difficult to forecast the cycles. Often investors invest the most at the peak of the cycle, when the prices are inflated. [which is just a quick way to lose money]" - Robert Torray
Torray Fund Manager
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[Quote No.24049] Need Area: Money > Invest
"...at the time we buy them or we’re considering them, there’s some cloud over their long-term future. Investors are disaffected. We would want to bow out if we think the negative view has merit, of course. And often it does. But occasionally it’s clear that the problem can be taken care of. It may take two or three years. The price may even go lower while we are waiting. Other times, we don’t believe the popular view [that the company is not a good investment] – and to our regret.[because] We wind up taking a loss. But that hasn’t happened very often. And when it has, adequate diversification has muted the impact." - Robert Torray
Torray Fund Manager
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[Quote No.24050] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Many mutual fund managers are under the gun. Shareholders will vote with their feet, and the manager will soon be out of business. It’s hard for an institutional investor to be long term oriented. Problems can be painfully slow to work out. And the way the investment world works, few money managers can afford the luxury of waiting two or three years...The portfolio management business is intensely competitive, and investors tend to take flight if they’re not keeping pace with the market’s best-performing stocks or the hottest mutual funds. This tends to keep investment managers constantly in motion trying to land in just the right place at the right time. Generally, that translates into buying stocks with the greatest momentum, no matter what their fundamentals or valuation levels happen to be...[which] is responsible for the wasteful churning of portfolios...[This doesn’t provide good returns to investors:] The Securities and Exchange Commission reports that taxes cost mutual fund shareholders 2.5 percentage points of return annually over the past 10 years. The industry’s expense ratio absorbed another 1.5 percentage points. On top of that, many investors pay 1 percent in fees to financial advisers to manage portfolios of funds for them. Together, these charges totalled 5 percentage points. Corporate earnings grew only about 6 percent annually over the past 50 years. The irony will be lost on no one that investors have been hit by all three of those costs – taxes, fund expenses, adviser’s fees – [and] have transferred nearly the entire value of their owning stocks, their growth in earnings, to financial intermediaries and to the Internal Revenue Service." - Robert Torray
Torray Fund Manager
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[Quote No.24051] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Some stocks I will hold on to [even if they seem overpriced, when other value investors would sell]. The big problem, is I may be wrong. The stock may not be overpriced. And if I sell it, I’ll have to buy something else just as good – and that’s not easy to do. Besides, value doesn’t lie in the stock’s price. It’s in the business. That’s something I learned from Buffett. Like him, I’m mainly interested in the business, not in the stock. Most investors just ‘play’ the market. Investors see a penny or two drop in earnings, and there’s a 20 percent decline in the stock. I pay no attention to short-term earnings. I just want to make sure that the growing power is still there." - Robert Torray
Torray Fund Manager
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[Quote No.24052] Need Area: Money > Invest
"A money manager is at the mercy of his customers; and the average customer is a momentum investor and fickleness and emotionalism run in his or her veins... They’re in at the highs and out at the lows...[and if you run a value fund] there’s no life-raft when value stocks fall into the pit and growth stocks climb to the skies. If you sell straw hats, there’s no salvation when the snowflakes start to fall." - Edwin D. Walczak
Vontobel U.S. Value Fund Manager
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[Quote No.24053] Need Area: Money > Invest
"If you are a true value investor, over a decade you will enjoy one fantastic year, suffer one horrible year, and have eight good years. The challenge is to stick with value stocks even during the horrible year." - Max Heine
Ex-Mutual Shares fund manager
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[Quote No.24054] Need Area: Money > Invest
"You’ve got to be somewhat disciplined to make sure you wait until the market hands you the stock at a cheap price – its very hard to do. In other words, do good work on the valuation side and then wait for the market to give it to you cheaply... you wait – because sooner or later they’re [the company’s shares are] going to trade for what they are worth." - Michael Price
Ex-Mutual Shares fund manager
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[Quote No.24055] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The whole world is cyclical, and growth and value [funds and investing styles] take turns. It’s the natural order of things... [People become value investors] after suffering some pain. Often they have lost a good amount of money. They develop a heavy dose of realism and become sensitive to risk." - Charles ‘Chuck’ M. Royce
Manager of a number of Funds, including Pennsylvania Mutual Fund, Royce Total Return fund, Royce Low Priced Stock Fund. He studied with David Dodd who wrote, with Ben Graham, the famous investment classic 'Security Analysis'
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[Quote No.24056] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[We look for good companies'] Stocks that just have the flu, not pneumonia." - Charles ‘Chuck’ M. Royce
Manager of a number of Funds, including Pennsylvania Mutual Fund, Royce Total Return fund, Royce Low Priced Stock Fund. He studied with David Dodd who wrote, with Ben Graham, the famous investment classic 'Security Analysis'
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[Quote No.24057] Need Area: Money > Invest
"A period of [market] underperformance is really a time of opportunity. [People aren't that interested in shares and with that low demand for shares many of the great companies are selling at bargain prices in relation to their true 'intrinsic' value.]" - Charles ‘Chuck’ M. Royce
Manager of a number of Funds, including Pennsylvania Mutual Fund, Royce Total Return fund, Royce Low Priced Stock Fund. He studied with David Dodd who wrote, with Ben Graham, the famous investment classic 'Security Analysis'
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[Quote No.24058] Need Area: Money > Invest
"When the market goes up, you always wish you had had more money in the market. When the market goes down, you always wish you had had less." - Jean-Marie Eveillard
First Eagle SoGen Funds Manager
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[Quote No.24059] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[When asked by a panellist on ‘Wall $treet Week’ why he was so pessimistic about the market but at the same time still had 30 percent of his funds' investments in the stock market - in the honesty that typifies value investing - he famously replied, to the shock and then great respect of the experts:] I may be wrong...I’ve been wrong before." - Jean-Marie Eveillard
First Eagle SoGen Funds Manager
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[Quote No.24060] Need Area: Money > Invest
"There are old portfolio managers and there are bold [momentum] portfolio managers, but there are no old, bold portfolio managers." - Old stock market adage

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[Quote No.24061] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Many funds [choosing shares in a booming market] are like riding a bike downhill. You can do brilliantly. But when they come to an uphill [gloomy market], they’re no Lance Armstrong [who was a bicyclist who won the Tour de France several times]." - Colin C. Ferenbach
Co-manager of the Haven Fund, in New York City
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[Quote No.24062] Need Area: Money > Invest
"..any fund not paying attention to value (momentum funds or crowd psychology funds) is relying on the foolishness of other investors to make money. I prefer to call those funds ‘overvalued funds’." - Robert A. Olstein
Olstein Funds Manager - Very respected value investor who has been spoken of highly by no less than Marty Whitman of Third Avenue Funds, who has known Warren Buffet for over 25 years.
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[Quote No.24063] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Value funds aim to take advantage of misperceived crowd psychology, which causes investors to abandon and ignore valuable businesses as they seek short-term fortunes in current market fads. At other times, value is created by temporary problems surrounding a specific company, an industry, or the market in general. Any negativity, which is usually highlighted prominently by the analytical community and the media, goes against the investment crowd’s desire for instantaneous gratification, resulting in a mass exodus from those stocks. [and that over-reaction often drives the prices below their intrinsic value offering bargains to those who understand the opportunity]." - Robert A. Olstein
Olstein Funds Manager - Very respected value investor who has been spoken of highly by no less than Marty Whitman of Third Avenue Funds, who has known Warren Buffet for over 25 years.
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[Quote No.24064] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The three most important factors we consider when purchasing stocks for our portfolio are: price, price, and price." - Robert A. Olstein
Olstein Funds Manager - Very respected value investor who has been spoken of highly by no less than Marty Whitman of Third Avenue Funds, who has known Warren Buffet for over 25 years.
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[Quote No.24065] Need Area: Money > Invest
"You know you are right, not because of the position of others but because your facts and your reasoning are right." - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24066] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[To invest well] You have to be able to control yourself; you can’t let your emotions get in control of your mind." - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24067] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The most important quality for an investor is temperament, not intellect." - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24068] Need Area: Money > Invest
"I have never met a man [or woman] who can forecast the market." - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24069] Need Area: Money > Invest
"We’ve done better by avoiding [not acquiring] dragons [companies with poor fundamentals] than by slaying [recreating] them." - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24070] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Look at stocks as businesses...[not as pieces of paper] " - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24071] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Bull markets can obscure mathematical laws, but they can’t repeal them." - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24072] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Charlie [Munger] and I have found that making silk purses [great investments] out of silk [great companies] is the best that we can do; with sow’s ears [companies with poor fundamental economics], we fail." - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24073] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Sound [value] investing can make you very wealthy if you’re not in too great a hurry." - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24074] Need Area: Money > Invest
"From...[Philip A. Fisher, who wrote 'Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits'] I learned the value of the 'scuttlebutt' approach: Go out and talk to competitors, suppliers, customers to find out how an industry or a company really operates. [before you invest and for as long as you have an investment in that industry or company] " - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24075] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[Ben] Graham’s premise was that there would be times when you couldn’t find value [in the share market], and it’s a good idea to go to the beach [instead at those times, while you wait for investors to return to their senses and prices to become fair again or hopefully even bargains]. " - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24076] Need Area: Money > Invest
"...occasional outbreaks of the two supercontagious diseases, fear and greed, will forever occur in the investment community. [and the share market. Fear reduces demand for shares thereby lowering prices and great companies can be bought at bargain prices. Greed increases demand for shares thereby increasing prices and even terrible companies sell at exorbitant prices.]" - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24077] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[To avoid risk and loss of our capital] We don’t get [invest] into things we don’t understand." - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24078] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Your goal as an investor should simply be to purchase, at a rational price, a part interest in an easily understandable business whose earnings are virtually certain to be materially higher five, ten and twenty years from now." - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24079] Need Area: Money > Invest
"I’d be a bum on the street with a tin cup if the market were always efficient." - Warren Buffett

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"We like stocks [of companies] that generate high returns on invested capital where there is a strong likelihood that they will continue to do so." - Warren Buffett

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"As long as we can make an annual 15 percent return on equity, I don’t worry about one quarter’s results." - Warren Buffett

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"If the [true] value [of a company and its share price] doesn’t just scream at you, it’s too close. [to invest in at the moment]" - Warren Buffett

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"Anything is a buy at a [bargain] price." - Warren Buffett

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"[Warren Buffett's favorite companies are like]... wonderful castles, surrounded by deep, dangerous moats where the leader inside is an honest and decent person. Preferably, the castle gets its strength from the genius inside; the moat is permanent and acts as a powerful deterrent to those considering an attack; and inside, the leader makes gold but doesn’t keep it all for himself. Roughly translated, we like great companies with dominant positions, whose franchise is hard to duplicate and has tremendous staying power or some permanence to it." - Warren Buffett

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"You need a moat in business to protect you from the guy who is going to come along and offer it [the product or service] for a penny cheaper." - Warren Buffett

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