The Stingy News Weekly (01/31/2016)
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The simplest way to select stocks
"The stock market can act like a demented Rube Goldberg machine designed to confound investors. But clear away the complexity and it offers some simple methods that perform surprisingly well over the long run. One was revealed by the late Benjamin Graham in a 1976 article called The Simplest Way to Select Bargain Stocks. The famous money manager calculated that his method would have generated 15-per-cent average annual returns over the prior 50 years." [$]
Bears are bullish for buyers
"Forget expensive cauliflower, snap up some cheap stocks instead."
Why is momentum neglected?
"It should come as no surprise that the same irrationality causing momentum to work in the first place also keeps investors from accepting and using it. Behavioral economists have long shown that people are consistently irrational." [Momentum Investing]
Meb Faber interview
"On today's show, co-founder and CIO of Cambria Investment Fund, Meb Faber, discusses a global value investing approach with Preston and Stig. Although the US stock market has recently dropped significantly at the start of 2016, Meb suggests the market might still have more to fall. Meb also reveals how he is invested, and which returns he expects for US and emerging stock markets in the years to come." [Value Investing]
Where can you afford to live?
"Each year, home buyers across North America struggle with a familiar choice: They can pay more to live in a smaller urban property, within walking distance to schools, shops and work; or pay less for a larger suburban home with a big backyard and ample parking, but have to hop in a car for just about everything they need." [Real Estate]
The garage self-driving car
"In the coming weeks, Hotz intends to start driving for Uber so he can rack up a lot of training miles for the car. He aims to have a world-class autonomous vehicle in five months" [Tech]
Canada's real estate problem
"As a result of its gains in 2015, the real estate industry accounts for 12 percent of Canada's gross domestic product through November." [Real Estate]
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