Fisher’s Advice — The Old, and The New

This month marks the 25th anniversary of Kenneth Fisher’s Forbes magazine column, and in his latest piece Fisher offers his thoughts on what has changed — and what hasn’t — in terms of his portfolio management advice. Among the principles Fisher says he still espouses: Avoid overpaying; Don’t just rely on the price/earnings ratio as […]

Buffett’s Best Advice

Fortune is running its annual “Best Advice I Ever Got” issue, with respondents ranging from golfer Tiger Woods to Google CEO Eric Schmidt to former Secretary of State and Ret. Gen. Colin Powell. It’s an interesting feature that often offers timeless, valuable wisdom. In the video below, Warren Buffett shares the best piece of advice […]

Faber: Gold & Equities the Places to Be

Marc Faber, the money manager and Gloom Boom & Doom Report editor who has an excellent track record of market calls, sees severe inflation coming, and says investors should be putting their money in gold and equities — not bonds and cash. Faber says he thinks we most likely saw the market bottom on March […]

New Normal? For Stocks, More Like Old Normal, O’Neil Says

A lot of investors and strategists are spending a lot of time these days trying to envision what the investment landscape will look like when the economy and market settle down. But growth stock guru William O’Neil, the founder of Investor’s Business Daily, says talk of a new era of investing is off the mark. […]

What Will “Normal” Earnings Look Like?

A lot of strategists and investors have been talking about what the “new normal” will look like as the economy recovers from the recent financial crisis and unwinds the excess leverage that many companies and individuals had been using. Mike Thompson, managing director of Standard & Poor’s, offers some interesting thoughts on that new normal […]

Dreman “Terrified” of Bonds

Famed contrarian investor David Dreman says inflation concerns have him “terrified” of bonds and seeing good times for stocks and real estate. “I think we’re going to have some of the worst inflation, with all the printing presses around the world running 24/7,” Dreman told Reuters. “Probably the two worst investments over the past two, […]

“Green Shoots” Talk Overdone — Stimulus Underdone, Says Shiller

In an interview with CNBC’s India affiliate, Yale economist Robert Shiller says that governments across the world should be focused on greater economic stimulus — and put concerns about rising national debts and potential inflation on the back-burner — in order to capitalize on the recent jump in confidence. Shiller says that the recent rise […]