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Investing Using Margin Debt Leaves You Vulnerable

On February 25, 2018 I posted an article in which I touched upon Warren Buffett’s 2017 Letter to Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders. In that article I provided a link to the letter and do so again here for ease of reference. In his letter, Buffett specifically addressed the risks associated with employing the use of debt [...]

By |February 27th, 2018|General Investing|Comments Off on Investing Using Margin Debt Leaves You Vulnerable

Warren Buffett’s 2017 Letter to Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders

On Saturday morning, February 24, 2018, Warren Buffett’s much anticipated 2017 Letter to Shareholders was released; Buffett’s Shareholder Letters dating back to 1977 can be accessed here. By the time I compose this post (the afternoon of February 25, 2018) I have already read his letter three times; I will undoubtedly read it several more [...]

By |February 25th, 2018|General Investing|Comments Off on Warren Buffett’s 2017 Letter to Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders

Information On My Historical Investment Performance

Due to my extreme reluctance to publicly disclose all our holdings it has dawned on me that it is quite possible readers will look at the FFJ Portfolio and will think ‘Ho Hum!’. Fair enough. In an effort to address the perception some readers may have, I have put together the following snapshot of screen [...]

By |February 25th, 2018|General Investing|Comments Off on Information On My Historical Investment Performance

How I Reached Financial Freedom Podcast

In a recent interview with Nick McCullum from Sure Dividend I share the investing and personal finance strategies I used to retire in my mid-50s from a career in Canadian banking. Subject matter in this podcast includes: how I got my start in the world of equity investing; thoughts on mutual funds, ETFs, and other [...]

By |February 22nd, 2018|General Investing|Comments Off on How I Reached Financial Freedom Podcast

How Many Stocks Should You Hold in Your Portfolio?

You can either use the 'Rifle' or the 'Shotgun' approach to investing in equities. Personally, I prefer the 'Rifle' approach where I focus on investing in a limited number of high quality companies. Continue Reading....  

By |February 8th, 2018|General Investing|Comments Off on How Many Stocks Should You Hold in Your Portfolio?

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