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Here you can write your own short articles about value investing in stocks. Also about growth stocks. And about stock exchange. And intelligent money. But no bitcoin.
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[*] posted on 8-9-2017 at 04:56


Value investing or trading

The trader buys quickly no matter what and quickly sells again. Value investing is uninteresting for the trader.
Value investing is only intended for investors, which don't know a PG, but Procter & Gamble.
A trader only examines the charts and indicators. He often buys a ticker because this ticker shows the "buy signal" today, and he doesn't know how the company is called.
On the other hand, a value investor examines less charts and almost never indicators. But he investigates the ratios P/E, P/B, P/S, P/C, dividend yield. In the past 12 years, how were growing earnings, revenues and dividends. He's investigating the debt of the company.
And he buys only cheap stocks of companies which the competition does not harm and in the long run increase their sales, earnings and dividends.
He intends to hold the stocks: 1 year or to the overvaluation or forever, so that as pensioner he has better income from dividends than the pension from insurance.
A value investor hates the lies in the media: "Investors are nervous" and "Investors have taken profits" if the Dow Jones loses 1% or 3%, because this cause trading machines and no investors.
A value investor does not buy stocks with "recommendation buy" in financial magazines. Because this is always just paid advertising or silly jokes from the editors.
And which stock is favorable?: with P/E under 15, P/B under 3, P/S under 3, P/C under 15. In the financial crisis around 2009 however the bank stocks were favorable also with P/E N.A. or P/E 1000, it was enough to have P/B under 3 and P/S under 3.
The dividend yield is pleasant between 3% and 8%.
If you want to sell stocks after 1 year, should be expected earnings growth more than 30% in the year, it means PEG under 0.5.
If you want to keep stocks forever for dividends, earnings growth, sales growth and dividend growth should be achieved around 10% annually in the last 12 years. Or in the 12 years before the crisis, 1995-2007, if it are banks. Because around 2009 you had to allow to the banks to be some years without dividends and have negative earnings.
A value investor never uses a stop loss order. Because he wants to sell after 1 year with an ordinary profit, or after 3 years, never sell with loss, or he wants to hold stocks forever for dividends.
And the debt: the debt should not be higher than the stockholders' equity. It is rare to buy stocks if liabilities are 3x higher than stockholders' equity and that is the maximal debt which you should tolerate. For bank, however it is different because the money of clients on accounts is counted as liabilities of the bank, often liabilities of banks are 10x or 20x higher than the stockholders' equity.




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Buy and hold strategy is not dead

The "buy and hold strategy" is not dead, says the Edward Zajac from Henderson, Nevada, United States. In Great Britain, United States and Sweden is the interest in stocks several times stronger than in central Europe. Many Americans and British improve their pension with stock dividends. The Americans deal with stocks at early age. Edward Zajac (born 1916) bought stocks for the first time in 1937, when he was 21 years old. These were the shares of Petroleum & Resources Corp. He invests rationally and buys only undervalued stocks. At 73 years he earned 2,5 million USD in stocks. Converted to euro it is not much. But he can improve it, he is only 94 years old in 2010. His rules are: Invest only in companies with attractive products! Buy only stocks, of which the funds and institutions own at least 25%! Don't buy any stocks close to their two-year-high! The P/E ratio must be under 16. The dividend return must be over 2% and the dividend must be paid continuously at least 10 years! Don't buy any stocks on credit! Avoid the puts, calls, futures and modern banking products! Don't play with anything, where the chance against you is greater than for you! The financial crisis 2008 survived Edward Zajac without losses. He didn't sell anything at a loss. He is ready to hold his stocks 5-10 years, because he is only 94 years old.

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[*] posted on 9-9-2017 at 09:10


The Polish Warren Buffett

The Polish equivalent of Warren Buffett was 2014 the 97 year old nurse Stephanie Mucha from Buffalo, USA. She made millions with stocks on the stock exchange. Stephanie Mucha was the third of six children of German-Polish parents in America. The family was so poor that four girls had to share one bed. She's been saving every penny to invest it in the stock market and created until today the worth of 5.5 million u.s. dollars. This childless millionaire lives modestly in a two-room apartment in a small house across from the University of Buffalo, Niagara, state of New York. Ms. Mucha donated three million dollars on higher education scholarships in favour of Polish immigrants in the United States. Ms. Mucha has the aim to give the school on scholarships to a total of 6 million, before she will die.

Stephanie Mucha tells:
"The most important lesson from the stock exchange is the fact that there you can get rich. You must only use your head. In the years of the great depression I have worked as a maid at a house of one doctor. During dinner I listened to what was said. Investments in shares and diamonds have always been the topic of talks. So I realized that the stock change is a way to build wealth. My husband and me first invested together. Since his death I invest myself. When he died in 1985, we had 300.000 in stocks. Currently it is 5.5 million. It is extremely important to know that women are capable to care alone for finances.
My family had nothing to do with the stocks. My parents owned a textile shop and all the items were bought on credit. When came the stock market crash, people stopped to shop with us. That is why I, together with other three siblings went to work, so that we do not lose our house. I earned first as a nurse in a hospital for war veterans 2.500 dollars a year. In 1994, before I retired, it was 23.000 dollars a year. I had the feeling that the US economy is growing, it gives me confidence in the stock market. Because if there are still more Americans who eat, drive cars and need medical care, then also lead businesses well.
During the stock market crash, I hold the stocks, but I don't feel good. In my years on the stock exchange, I was often uncertain and nervous. But every time I recovered and survived. My husband and I are often arguing about the stock. I wanted to have our money in safety, but he wanted to stay in the stock market. 1972 the stock market collapsed and we had 150.000 dollars in stocks. Luckily my husband prevailed and after the collapse the value of our portfolio increased to 240 000 dollars. When the man died, I sold our rings for 2.700 dollars and the money invested in stocks. I also rented one bedroom of my house to the nurse. Also this money I invested into stocks.

My best investment: 1958 was Wilson Greatbatch in our hospital, the inventor of the pacemaker of the heart. When Greatbatch sold his patent in 1961 to Medtronic, we bought 50 shares with a price of 5.11 dollars. Later we bought more shares and those shares grew to a value of 459.000 dollars. Most of the shares I donated to the school, but I still have 300 shares of Medtronic.
My occupation inspired me when investing. People are getting older and are taking more and more medication. That's why I bought 50 stocks of Pfizer, 50 from Merck, 50 Johnson & Johnson, 50 Abbott and 50 Glaxo Smith Kline. I also have stocks of tobacco companies Philip Morris and Lorillard.
Alone, I don't come on my ideas. In the early 1960's I was in the hospital in the investment club. We met once a month and then gave each of us a 100 dollars in stocks. An Indian doctor was talking about the share of the company Intel. I bought it, then privately. But, how the position grew on the 3.000 dollars, my broker called me and advised to sell. So I sold and I missed the profit of 1.000.000 dollars.
I stick to the rule of the buy-and-hold and I hold stocks for a long time. But if the company does not grow, I sell the shares. For example, I had the shares of bio-supermarket-chain Whole Foods, because I believe in good food. When the price doubled, then I sold. There was too much competition. I have also the stocks of Pepsi-Cola and Coca-Cola. From the technology stocks own only Apple.

Now I am so old that I'm afraid of making mistakes. The exchange is today cruel with their extreme movements up and down. I don't own a computer and trade over the phone. When my accountant told me, that his broker earned 36% over the last year, when I myself only 11%, I began to use this broker. Also, I myself recommended to the broker to shares of Bayer for himself. Therefore, he bought them. Now I call him several times a week.
My goal is to do charity in the world. Money brings me closer to that goal. Also, my husband with everything what we don't need, helped to young Polish people in the USA to educate. He grew up as an orphan in Poland once. His dream to become an engineer could not realize and worked as a machinist. Also, I'm helping to other people through scholarships for education. As a child, I was treated in the family for a silly. I had a problem with learning. I can't believe that I became the richest of the six children with great detachment." Said Stephanie Mucha

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Stocks for children
If I would be poor and my kid will want to own stocks and receive dividends, I would open for him an account, where is the account for free and for children allowed. I would buy for him: 1 share of Royal Dutch Shell (25,00 USD), 1 share BHP Billiton (15,90 USD), 1 share Telefonica (10,90 USD), 2 shares Iberdrola (2 x 6,70 USD), 2 shares Banco Santander (2 x 5,90 USD). All together, it costs only 78 dollars and some dollars for the 5 buy orders. If these stocks are not available on the American stock exchange, I would not buy them as the certificate ADR on NYSE, I would buy them as the original shares on the German stock exchange Xetra.
The child should have the password for a free account, only to watch there how the stocks are growing, where the stocks are not bought. And the child should not have the password for the account, where the stocks will be bought and stored, so that it cannot sell the stocks for 5-10 years.
Certainly it is disadvantageous to have from each stocks just one piece or two, but after a few years, when the child will be adult and receive a salary, then it can buy more pieces from each one share. And also find and buy stocks from 15 other companies. But today cost the stocks AT&T, Johnson & Johnson, Procter & Gamble, Pfizer, United Technologies, Wells Fargo and Cisco Systems more than 32 USD. The stocks JNJ, PG and PFE are also with P/E, P/B or P/S too expensive. And so I came to the 5 cheap stocks from Europe.
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Who is mister Yu
Daniel Yu, Korean born 1982 in the USA, is good at math. He studied at the University of Massachusetts. He bought stocks for one asset management company. In the year 2008 he lost a lot of money in stocks of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, when the companies were nationalized and the stocks fell.
In the year 2012 Daniel Yu founded his own firm - Gotham City Research, to issue a negative analysis of smaller companies and to earn on the short selling of their stocks, where he borrows stocks and sells, publishes negative messages and then buys fallen, cheap stocks and returns to their owner.
Stocks of several smaller companies in the USA, Spain, Germany and elsewhere 2012-2017 dropped almost in half, thanks to this manipulation by Gotham City Research and Daniel Yu.
The last time it hit the German holding Aurelius with 2 billion dollar market capitalization. The stock was cheap with P/S 1.1 and still dropped in half from 28.3. to 29.3.2017, thanks to lies by Daniel Yu.
This complex manipulation of stock prices for the purpose of profit with the short selling of stocks is not so easily punishable as with the publication of one simple sentence: ''The company is cheating with balances.'' or ''The company is threatened with bankruptcy.". Daniel Yu published his conjecture on 68 pages that the balance sheets of the holding Aurelius seem faulty. And he earned with the short selling of stocks.
And then the boss of holding Aurelius said that in the company is everything all right and the stock fallen in half again quickly grew, from the decline of -50% was soon the decline of -30%.




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How to become a millionaire
It is easy. Somebody gets for his work so much money that he needs just to save money some days or some years, to have one million together. Somebody gets so little money for his work that he can not have 12 years holidays, any car, nor a woman. He must save 13.000 dollars a year and buy reasonable priced blue chip stocks with dividends. Later, with help of dividends, he will have 220.000 dollars in 12 years invested in the stocks. After other 20 years the stocks can be worth one million dollars. And you can buy just the stocks from Dow Jones, Eurostoxx50, Stoxx50 and DAX, with P/E < 15, P/B < 3, P/S < 3, dividend yield > 3%, from companies with growing earnings.

Cómo convertirse en millonario
Es fácil. Alguien recibe por su trabajo tanto dinero que necesita sólo ahorrar dinero algunos días o algunos años para tener un millón juntos. Alguien recibe tan poco dinero por su trabajo que no puede tener 12 años vacaciones, ningún coche, ni una mujer. Él debe ahorrar 13.000 euros al año y comprar blue chip acciones a precios razonables con dividendos. Más tarde, con ayuda de dividendos, tendrá 220.000 euros invertidos en 12 años en las acciones. Después de otros 20 años las acciones pueden valer un millón euros. Y puedes comprar sólo las acciones de Dow Jones, Eurostoxx50, Stoxx50 y DAX, con P/E < 15, P/B < 3, P/S < 3, rendimiento de dividendo > 3%, de las empresas con ingresos crecientes.

Wie wird man Millionär
Es ist einfach. Jemand bekommt für seine Arbeit so viel Geld, dass er nur einige Tage oder einige Jahre Geld sparen muss, um eine Million zusammen zu bekommen. Jemand bekommt so wenig Geld für seine Arbeit, dass er 12 Jahre keinen Urlaub, kein Auto und keine Frau haben kann. Er sollte 13.000 Euro pro Jahr sparen und vernünftig bewertete Blue Chip Aktien mit Dividenden kaufen. Später, mit Hilfe von Dividenden, wird er 220.000 Euro in 12 Jahren in den Aktien investiert haben. Nach weiteren 20 Jahren können die Aktien den Wert von einer Million Euro erreichen. Und du kannst nur die Aktien von Dow Jones, EuroStoxx50, Stoxx50 und DAX, mit KGV < 15, KBV < 3, KUV < 3, Dividendenrendite > 3%, von Unternehmen mit steigenden Gewinnen kaufen.
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[*] posted on 14-9-2017 at 07:43


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The criminal manipulation on the Nasdaq stock exchange

A fraudster from Goldman Sachs said a nonsense about the technology stocks on Friday 9 June 2017. And the stupid media published this lie around the world, without to get money from Goldman Sachs bank for the publication. Because of this lie, stupid commercial machines and day traders around the world sold the tech. stocks. When the American stock exchanges Nasdaq and NYSE opened, the silly speculative stock Apple lost 7% for some minutes. And for some minutes fell the silly expensive tech. stocks: Amazon -9%, Facebook -7%, Netflix -11%, Tesla -6%, Twitter -7%. And the traders of Goldman Sachs earned with put or short speculation a lot of money for their bank on Friday. Afternoon, when the stock exchanges closed, these stocks were only half so deep like in the morning.
I should never buy these silly stocks. They are speculative, expensive a have no dividends (except Apple). But I want to hold forever my tech. stocks only for dividends. The prices, plus or minus of my stocks, I see only on the last day of the year, or if I buy some more pieces of my stocks. In my 20-shares-portfolio are 5 tech. stocks: AT&T, BMW, Cisco Systems, Telefonica, United Technologies. I don't use stop loss orders.

La manipulación criminal en la bolsa Nasdaq
El viernes un defraudador de Goldman Sachs dijo un absurdo de las acciones tecnológicas. Las estúpidas máquinas comerciales y daytraders del todo el mundo debido a esta mentira vendían las tec. acciones. Por ejemplo, la tonta acción especulativa de Apple perdió el 7% el viernes. Y los comerciantes criminales de Goldman Sachs han ganado el viernes mucho dinero por el banco con la especulación put o short.
Pero you quiero mis tec. acciones sólo para los dividendos mantener para siempre. Los precios de mis acciones, subidas a caídas sólo veo el último día del año, o si compro algunas piezas más de mis acciones. En mi cartera de 20 acciones son 5 tec. acciones: AT&T, BMW, Cisco Systems, Telefonica, United Technologies.

Die kriminelle Manipulation an der Börse Nasdaq
Ein Betrüger von Goldman Sachs hat am Freitag einen Unsinn über die technologischen Aktien ausgesprochen. Die dummen Handelsautomaten und Daytrader rund um die Welt haben wegen dieser Lüge die tec. Aktien verkauft. So hat z.B. die dumme spekulative Aktie Apple am Freitag 7% verloren. Und die kriminellen Trader von Goldman Sachs haben am Freitag mit Put oder Short Spekulation viel Geld für die Bank verdient.
Ich will aber meine tec. Aktien nur wegen Dividenden für immer halten. Die Kurse, Plus oder Minus bei meinen Aktien sehe ich nur am letzten Tag des Jahres, oder wenn einige weitere Stücke von meinen Aktien kaufe. In meinem 20-Aktien-Portfolio sind 5 tec. Aktien: AT&T, BMW, Cisco Systems, Telefonica, United Technologies.
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[*] posted on 23-9-2017 at 14:23


Procter and Gamble and Buffett

They write in the newspaper: Who bought 30 years ago for $5.000 shares of Procter & Gamble (PG), he gets this year $5.000 dividend. Dividend yield grew in 30 years to 100%. Therefore, about 12% annually grew the dividend. Who reinvested all the dividends, he bought for them other PG shares, the $5.000 in share grew up today to a few million dollars in that PG share. Only if they don't lie in the newspaper.

I have stocks from 25 companies and every share bought for more than 5.000 dollars, I've been holding every share for 2 years to 10 years yet, and 21 stocks I want to keep forever. Among them is also the share of PG.

And from the old age and from billions confused Warren Buffett all shares of PG already sold, bought the sick IBM, then sold the IBM again. No one should think of him as the best investor in the world, and no one should take his current words seriously when he makes so crazy things.




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The incredible story of Anne Scheiber

In 1944 at age 50 Anne Scheiber invested $5.000 in stocks. Upon her death in 1995 Scheiber’s estate was worth $22 million dollars, which represented an annual average growth of 22.1% on her investment. In comparison, billionaires Peter Lynch and Warren Buffett had average growths of 29.2% and 22.7% and the S&P 500 posted returns of 12.4% annualy.
Mrs. Scheiber’s top 10 stockholdings were worth close to $6.2 million. The stocks were as follows: Schering-Plough 64.000 shares, PepsiCo 27.000 shares, Allied Signal 20.934 shares, Lowes 14.061 shares, Bristol-Myers Squibb 10.080 shares, Coca-Cola 9.480 shares, Allegheny Power System 8.000 shares, Rockwell International 4.640 shares, Unocal 3.690 shares and Exxon 1.664 shares.
Anne Scheiber followed eight investment strategies to become a multi-millionaire. The strategies were as follows: invest in blue chip stock, invest in companies with growing earnings, capitalize in the popularity of companies (like Peter Lynch), use dollar cost averaging, reinvest dividends, never sell, stay informed about invested companies and defer tax by investing tax-exempted bonds. At the time of her death at 101 years of age Ann Scheiber had 60% in stock, 30% in bonds and 10% in cash. Mrs. Scheiber left her entire estate of $22 million dollars to Yeshiva University in New York City.
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Photo : A tropical paradise with low tax, where thousand companies or rich men open only a postbox and then they pay from their income from the USA and Europe so low tax, like if the company or person would make the money on this island and would live on this island. Very criminal is it. For long years in the prison.

The tax - fraudsters swindlers cheats
Paradise Papers. Thousands companies and people are since 5. November 2017 known for their deception with tax from income.
5.11.2017 announced numerous newsletters for information about crooked business and tax tricks in tax paradise, when came on the light documents about clients from two companies that helped with the creation of secret accounts: Appleby - Bermudas and Asiaciti Trust - Singapore. The companies of the whole world are moving over the tax paradise 700 billion dollars annually, in the attempt to pay the lowest sales tax on money earned anywhere in the world. These tax tricks in paradise are also used by 120 politicians.
Süddeutsche Zeitung, New York Times, Guardian, BBC, Le Monde, La Nación, a total of 96 media in 67 countries got 5.11.2017 in the hands 13 million documents from paradise and now must 380 journalists read it all and publish the most ugly frauds.

The most sassy are Apple and Nike. I will never buy stocks Apple and Nike! :( I will never buy any product from Apple and Nike! Some of the thousand sinners of Paradise Papers: Bono, Madonna, Lewis Hamilton, George Soros, Paul Allen, Wilbur Ross, Carlos Slim Helu, Curt Engelhorn, Sheldon Adelson, Edgar Bronfman, Rex Tillerson, Gary D. Cohn + Glencore, Apple, Nike, Amazon, Google, Ikea, Tesla, Facebook, Starbucks, Twitter, Uber, Goldman Sachs, Blackstone, Fedex, Caterpillar, Walmart, Microsoft, Ebay, McDonald's, Yahoo, Barclays, Allianz, Bayer, Deutsche Bank, Deutsche Post, SAP, Siemens, Sixt.

And what was doing wrong the British Queen Elizabeth II.? She made money with a company offering to the poor people credit for 2 years with interest of 99,9%.

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Papeles del Paraíso. Miles de empresas y personas son desde 5. Noviembre 2017 conocidos para su engaño con impuesto de ingreso. ¡Los más descarados son Apple y Nike. Nunca compraré acciones Apple y Nike! :-( Nunca compraré productos de Apple y Nike! Algunos de los mil pecadores de los Paradise Papers: Bono, Madonna, Lewis Hamilton, George Soros, Paul Allen, Wilbur Ross, Carlos Slim Helu, Curt Engelhorn, Sheldon Adelson, Edgar Bronfman, Rex Tillerson, Gary D. Cohn + Glencore, Apple, Nike, Amazon, Google, Tesla, Facebook, Twitter, Uber, Goldman Sachs, Fedex, Caterpillar, Walmart, Microsoft, Ebay, McDonald's, Yahoo, Barclays, Allianz, Bayer, Deutsche Bank, Deutsche Post, Siemens, Sixt.

Paradies Papiere. Tausende Unternehmen und Menschen sind seit 5. November 2017 bekannt für ihre Täuschung mit Steuern vom Einkommen. Am meisten frech sind Apple und Nike. Ich kaufe niemals Aktien Apple und Nike! :-( Ich kaufe niemals Produkte von Apple und Nike! Einige der tausend Sünder von Paradise Papers: Bono, Madonna, Lewis Hamilton, George Soros, Paul Allen, Wilbur Ross, Carlos Slim Helu, Curt Engelhorn, Sheldon Adelson, Edgar Bronfman, Rex Tillerson, Gary D. Cohn + Glencore, Apple, Nike, Amazon, Google, Tesla, Facebook, Twitter, Uber, Goldman Sachs, Fedex, Caterpillar, Walmart, Microsoft, Ebay, McDonald's, Yahoo, Barclays, Allianz, Bayer, Deutsche Bank, Deutsche Post, Siemens, Sixt.
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Grupo Facebook para acciones, bolsa, value investing, dividendos, razonable inversión bursátil
:cool: https://www.facebook.com/groups/bolsa.acciones
Hay una pequeña discusión aqui. Es por eso que los inversionistas inteligentes de España y América Latina, que mantienen sus acciones para siempre, no hablan de ello en Facebook.
Todos los grupos de Facebook se ocupan sólo con trading, especulación, forex, opciones, bitcoin.
Este grupo de Facebook es diferente. Invertimos razonable = a largo plazo en acciones favorables. La inversión de valor = value investing es nuestro tema. Algunas acciones se venden con un beneficio después de unos pocos años. Algunas acciones mantenemos para los dividendos para siempre. Los dividendos deberían llevar mejores ingresos que la pensión. Y nuestros hijos heredarán los dividendos y no nuestra pensión. No vendemos ninguna acción con pérdida. No utilizamos stop loss orders. En el año 2002 o 2009 profundamente caídas acciones fueron compradas barato por volver se en positivo antes.
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Facebook Gruppe für Börse, Aktien, Value Investing, Stammtisch München, Dividenden, vernünftige Investition
:cool: https://www.facebook.com/groups/aktien.muenchen/
Wenig Diskussion ist hier. Das ist deswegen, dass die intelligenten Investoren aus Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz, die ihre Aktien ewig halten, reden nicht davon auf Facebook.
Alle deutschen Facebook Gruppen beschäftigen sich nur mit Trading, Spekulation, Forex, Optionen, Bitcoin.
Diese Facebook Gruppe ist anders. Wir investieren vernünftig = langfristig in günstige Aktien. Value Investing ist unseres Thema. Einige Aktien werden nach einigen Jahren mit Gewinn verkauft. Einige Aktien halten wir wegen Dividenden ewig. Die Dividenden sollen ein besseres Einkommen als die Rente bringen. Und unsere Kinder werden die Dividenden erben und nicht unsere Pension. Wir verkaufen keine Aktie mit Verlust. Wir nutzen keine Stop Loss Orders. Im Jahre 2002 oder 2009 tief gefallene Aktien wurden billig zugekauft, damit sie früher ins Plus kommen.
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Facebook group for value investing, growth stocks, dividends, reasonable investment on the stock exchange
:cool: https://www.facebook.com/groups/value.investing.new.york/
Little discussion is here. That is why the intelligent investors from the USA and Great Britain, which hold their stocks forever, do not talk about it on Facebook.
Many American and British Facebook groups deal only with trading, speculation, forex, options, bitcoin.
This Facebook group is different. We invest reasonable = long-term in favorable stocks. Value investing is our theme. Some stocks are sold with a profit after a few years. Some stocks we hold for dividends forever. The dividends should bring a better income than the pension. And our children will inherit the dividends and not our pension. We do not sell any stock with loss. We do not use stop loss orders. In the year 2002 or 2009 deeply fallen stocks were bought cheaply so that they come into the green earlier.
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IPO 2017. A new American small cap stock with IPO 2017 could be now selected and bought still before Christmas. If you already have enough blue chip stocks, which you want to hold for dividends forever. You can find also cheap IPO stocks, with P/S under 3 and P/B under 3. The IPO should be a few months old, to find the ratios on finance.yahoo.com and morningstar.com. Low debt and earnings growth 2018 should be expected. This stock should be bought only for little money and maybe hold 10 years, or until the takeover of the company of a large one. It may not be biotech. or pharma stock, these can also lose -70% a day and you will not set a stop loss order. And this IPO stock should be selected on http://www.nasdaq.com/markets/ipos/ and checked on finance.yahoo.com and morningstar.com. If the IPO stock will not rise in 10 years thousands per cent, as the internet stocks 1990-2000, no matter, we will find every next year a new IPO stock.

IPO 2017. Una nueva small cap acción americana con IPO en 2017 podría ahora ser seleccionada y ser comprada aún antes de Navidad. Si ya tienes suficientes blue chip acciones que quieres mantener para los dividendos para siempre. También puedes encontrar IPO acciones baratas con P/S bajo del 3 y P/B bajo del 3. La IPO debe ser algunos meses vieja para encontrar la valoración en finance.yahoo.com y morningstar.com. La deuda baja y el crecimiento del beneficio en 2018 debe ser esperado. Este acción se debe comprar por sólo poco dinero y mantener quizás 10 años o hasta la toma de compañía de una compañía grande. No puedes comprar biotech. o farmacia acciones, estas también pueden perder -70% al día y tú no usarás una stop loss orden. Y esta IPO acción debe ser seleccionada en http://www.nasdaq.com/markets/ipos/ y controlada en finance.yahoo.com y morningstar.com. Si la IPO acción no crecerá en 10 años miles por cientos, como las acciones de internet en 1990-2000, no importa, encontraremos cada año próximo una nueva IPO acción.

IPO 2017. Eine neue amerikanische small cap Aktie mit Börsengang 2017 könnte man nun auswählen und noch vor Weihnachten kaufen. Wenn man schon genug Blue-Chip-Aktien hat, die man wegen Dividenden ewig halten will. Man findet auch günstige IPO Aktien, mit KUV unter 3 und KBV unter 3. Der Börsengang sollte schon einige Monate alt sein, damit man die Bewertung auf finance.yahoo.com und morningstar.com findet. Niedrige Verschuldung und Gewinnwachstum 2018 sollte man erwarten. Diese Aktie sollte man nur für wenig Geld kaufen und vielleicht 10 Jahre halten, oder bis zur Übernahme der Firma von einer großen. Es darf keine Biotech. oder Pharma-Aktie sein, diese können auch -70% am Tag verlieren und man wird kein Stop Loss Order einstellen. Und diese IPO Aktie sollte man auf http://www.nasdaq.com/markets/ipos/ auswählen und auf finance.yahoo.com und and morningstar.com kontrollieren. Wenn die IPO Aktie in 10 Jahren nicht Tausende Prozent steigen wird, wie die Internet-Aktien 1990-2000, das macht nichts, wir finden in jedem nächsten Jahr eine neue IPO Aktie.
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The young Argentinian Warren Buffett *1991

In Argentina in crisis in the years 2010, 2011, 2013 and 2015 grew the economy, the Argentinian peso weakened, therefore, to express the stock prices it was necessary to take more pesos, the brave foreign investors were buying cheap stocks. Therefore, the Argentine stock index Merval grew 2012-2017 in 5 years + 1.243%. The Merval index contains 15 stocks and is too strange, how the index growth has been achieved. When most in the index in 5 years grew the stocks: Edenor +2.645%, Grupo Financiero Galicia +1.168%, Banco Macro +573%, Banco Francés +449%, Siderar +295%, Telecom Argentino 243%, Petrobras Argentina +158%, Sociedad Comercial del Plata +152%.
20 years young Santiago Rodriguez Lucca (born 1991) from the southern suburb of Buenos Aires (La Plata) became interested in the stocks 2010. He read the first books on the stock exchange 2011, bought the first stocks 2011 and sold them in a panic with a loss. One year later he was no more worrying and bought stocks again.
2015 he founded himself (or with the help of the Bergson Capital in Paris) the investment company Bergson Capital and earned with a small capital of his relatives 325% in 2 years 2015-2017. Only if the capital in stocks grows in the quarter, he takes from clients 20% of their earnings per quarter.
Because Santiago Rodriguez Lucca read fortunately the reasonable books from Mary Buffett, Ben Graham, Phil Fisher and no rubbish for trading, his his investment style became the value investing. Now, he buys only cheap stocks from Argentina and these stocks nice grow the past 5 years. Hopefully, he will not forget the value investing, when he later begins to buy the stocks in the USA and will not buy those high overpriced titles Amazon, Netflix and Starbucks.

The value investor Santiago Rodriguez Lucca answers 13 questions on the page gurufocus.com :info: https://www.gurufocus.com/news/462077/13-questions-with-arge...
His Facebook group Club Social del Value Investing (CSVI) :info: http://www.facebook.com/groups/1956671731221279/
His Bergson Capital :info: http://www.facebook.com/bergsoncapitalar

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El joven Warren Buffett argentino
En Argentina en la crisis en los años 2010, 2011, 2013 y 2015 crecía la economía, el peso argentino debilitó, por lo tanto, para expresar los precios de las acciones era necesario tomar más pesos, los valientes inversionistas extranjeros compraban acciones baratas. Por lo tanto, el índice bursátil argentino Merval creció 2012-2017 en 5 años + 1.243%. El índice Merval contiene 15 acciones y es demasiado extraño, cómo se ha logrado el crecimiento del índice. Cuando en el índice en 5 años el mejor crecimiento alcanzaron las acciones: Edenor +2.645%, Grupo Financiero Galicia +1.168%, Banco Macro +573%, Banco Francés +449%, Siderar +295%, Telecom Argentino 243%, Petrobras Argentina +158%, Sociedad Comercial del Plata +152%.
El 20 años joven Santiago Rodriguez Lucca del suburbio sur de Buenos Aires (La Plata) se interesó por las acciones 2010. Leyó los primeros libros sobre la bolsa de valores 2011, compró las primeras acciones 2011 y las vendió en pánico con una pérdida. Un año más tarde ya no tuvo más miedo y compraba acciones de nuevo.
En 2015 él fundó solo (o con la ayuda del Bergson Capital en París) la compañía de inversión Bergson Capital y ha ganado con un capital pequeño de sus parientes 325% en 2 años 2015-2017. Sólo si el capital en acciones crece en el trimestre, toma de los clientes el 20% de sus ingresos por trimestre.
Porque Santiago Rodriguez Lucca leyó afortunadamente los libros razonables de Mary Buffett, Ben Graham, Phil Fisher y no la basura sobre el trading, su estilo de inversión fue la inversión de valor - value investing. Ahora él compra sólo las acciones baratas de Argentina y estas acciones mucho crecen los últimos 5 años. Ojalá él no olvida el value investing, cuando empieza a comprar las acciones de los Estados Unidos y no comprará esos títulos caros: Amazon, Netflix y Starbucks.

Der junge argentinische Warren Buffett
In Argentinien in der Krise in den Jahren 2010, 2011, 2013 und 2015 wuchs die Wirtschaft, der argentinische Peso schwächelte, um die Aktienkurse ausdrücken zu können brauchte man mehr Pesos, die mutigen ausländischen Investoren kauften billige Aktien. Daher wuchs der argentinische Aktienindex Merval 2012-2017 in 5 Jahren + 1.243%. Der Merval Index enthält 15 Aktien und es ist merkwürdig, wie der Index das Wachstum erreichte. Wenn am meisten im Index in 5 Jahren stiegen die Aktien: Edenor +2.645%, Grupo Financiero Galicia +1.168%, Banco Macro +573%, Banco Francés +449%, Siderar +295%, Telecom Argentino 243%, Petrobras Argentina +158%, Sociedad Comercial del Plata +152%.
Der 20 Jahre junge Santiago Rodriguez Lucca aus dem südlichen Vorort von Buenos Aires (La Plata) wurde an den Aktien 2010 interessiert. Er las die ersten Bücher über die Börse 2011, kaufte die ersten Aktien 2011 und verkaufte sie in Panik mit Verlust. Ein Jahr später war er nicht mehr ängstlich und kaufte Aktien wieder.
2015 gründete er allein (oder mit Hilfe vom Bergson Capital in Paris) die Investmentgesellschaft Bergson Capital und erreichte mit einem kleinen Kapital seiner Verwandten +325% in 2 Jahren 2015-2017. Nur wenn das Aktienkapital wächst im Quartal, nimmt er von den Kunden 20% ihres Verdienstes pro Quartal.
Weil Santiago Rodriguez Lucca glücklicherweise die klugen Bücher von Mary Buffett, Ben Graham, Phil Fisher las und keinen Müll über Trading, wurde sein Investment-Stil Value Investing. Jetzt kauft er nur die günstigen Aktien aus Argentinien und diese Aktien schön stiegen die letzten 5 Jahre. Hoffentlich wird er das Value Investing nicht vergessen, wenn er später beginnt, die Aktien aus den USA zu kaufen und wird keine überteuerten Titel: Amazon, Netflix und Starbucks kaufen.
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Geraldine Weiss wikipedia, biography, investment strategy: Geraldine Weiss was born as Geraldine Schmulowitz in San Francisco on March 16, 1926. After meeting anti-Semitism throughout school, her father decided to change the family name to Small. Geraldine Weiss graduated from University of California in Berkeley 1945. She married a Gregory Weiss. She became interested in investing in the early 1960s, doing night courses and famously reading every book she could find on the subject in the San Diego library. Also the two books of Benjamin Graham. She bought her first stock 1962, 36 years old. Unable to find work as a broker, she published and sold since 1966 her own newsletter Investment Quarterly Trends. Geraldine Weiss died peacefully after a long illness June 26, 2014 and she was 88 years old.
Geri had a successful Wall Street career. She left behind several million dollars.
Geraldine Weiss wrote 1988 the book "Dividends Don't Lie: Finding Value in Blue Chip Stocks".
And 1995 the book "The Dividend Connection: How Dividends Create Value in the Stock Market". Amazon sells them.

Her newsletter has published a list of 13 recommended stocks called "The Lucky 13" and 2000-2013 and that portfolio of stocks grew at an annualised rate of 11.8%, while the index S&P 500 5% annually a year, Mr. Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway stock 9.7% annually.
"After a great deal of research, I noticed that these high and low levels of yield were repetitive: it was the repetition of the high yield that would indicate an undervalued area (time to buy) and the repetition of a low yield that would indicate an overvalued area (time to sell). So we started tracking a total of 350 blue chip stocks, using these historical yields." said Mrs. White.

What was her strategy for BLUE CHIP DIVIDEND stocks
Geraldine Weiss was a value investor, but believed that people should focus on dividends, rather than earnings, because it is too easy to manipulate profit figures in the accounts. She looked for high yields and blue chip companies that had a strong balance sheet, which would make it easy for them to keep paying their dividends and to grow those dividends. She constructed charts of historic dividend yields, buying stocks when the yield reached historically high levels and selling stocks when the yield reached lows. Mrs. Weiss also advocated a relatively concentrated portfolio, suggesting that an investor should hold no more than 10-20 stocks.

How to invest like  Geraldine Weiss, the queen of blue-chip dividend stocks
The legendary investor’s seven golden rules for selecting BLUE CHIP DIVIDEND stocks
1. Stock must be undervalued as measured by its dividend yield on a historical basis. The dividend yield must be the highest since years.

2. It must be a growth stock that has raised dividends at a compound annual rate of at least 10% over the past 12 years.

3. It must be a stock that sells for two times its book value or less. P/B < 2.

4. It must have a price-to-earnings ratio of 20 or less. P/E < 20.

5. It must have a dividend payout ratio of around 50% to ensure dividend safety plus room for growth.

6. The company’s debt must be 50% or less of its market value.

7. It must meet a total of six blue chip criteria: the dividend must have been raised five times in the past 12 years, have an A credit rating from S&P, at least five million shares must be outstanding, it must have at least 80 institutional investors, a total of 25 uninterrupted years of dividend payouts, earnings improvements must have been recorded in at least seven of the past 12 years.

What were the biggest successes of Geraldine Weiss
One of Mrs. Weiss’s most successful tips was Coca-Cola. In 1982 was the yield high, so that she recommended to buy, in 10 years till 1992 the stock rose by 1.285%. Adding in dividends, the stock returned an average of 34,6% a year, compared with 18,6% of the index.




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You can make it better than Warren Buffett

Everyone can easily create a portfolio of 20 stocks better than Warren Buffett and his Berkshire Hathaway holding, if he does not buy any stocks from the evil companies Goldman Sachs and Moody's. No stocks of the weak IBM and airlines. No stocks of the tax-cheating companies Apple and Nike. No 2x overpriced shares of Coca Cola.
But you buy only cheap stocks from healthy, old and large companies with rising profits and rising dividends, such as AT&T, BASF, BMW, Munich Re, Iberdrola, Royal Dutch Shell, Sanofi etc., in the time, wenn they are cheap, with P/E under 15.0, P/B under 3.0, P/S under 3.0, dividend yield above 3.0%.
The best stocks Warren Buffett has already sold or almost all sold: Munich Re, Sanofi, Johnson & Johnson, Procter & Gamble. But you should hold them forever for dividends.
To folks recommends Warren Buffett that the portfolio should be only from 4 to 10 large stock positions, while the holding Berkshire Hathaway (BRK) owns 46 positions, some totally tiny, even when it are large companies like JNJ and PG. Shares of Johnson & Johnson and Procter & Gamble make today only 0.02% of the BRK portfolio. The Wells Fargo stock can be praised, it makes still 14% of Buffett's portfolio. Warren Buffett and Benjamin Graham would not buy the shares of Berkshire Hathaway, because they are fundamentally to expensive and have no dividends. Also you should not buy the BRK-B shares.

Puedes hacerlo mejor que Warren Buffett
Cualquier puede fácilmente construir un portafolio de 20 acciones, mejor que Warren Buffett y su Berkshire Hathaway holding, si no compra acciones de las malvadas compañías Goldman Sachs y Moody's. Ningunas acciones de los enfermos IBM y líneas aéreas. Ningunas acciones de empresas estafadas con impuestos Apple y Nike. Ningunas 2x sobrevaluadas acciones de Coca Cola.
Pero sólo compras acciones baratas de sanas, viejas y grandes compañías con ganancias crecientes y dividendos crecientes como AT&T, BASF, BMW, Munich Re, Iberdrola, Royal Dutch Shell, Sanofi etc., en el tiempo, cuando son baratas, con
P/E bajo de 15.0, P/B bajo de 3.0, P/S bajo de 3.0, rendimiento de dividendos sobre 3,0%.
Las mejores acciones Warren Buffett ya vendía o casi vendía: Munich Re, Sanofi, Johnson & Johnson, Procter & Gamble. Pero tu deberías mantenerlas por dividendos para siempre.
Warren Buffett recomienda a la gente que la cartera consta de sólo 4 a 10 grandes posiciones de acciones, mientras que el holding Berkshire Hathaway (BRK) posee 46 posiciones, algunas bastante pequeñas, incluso si son grandes empresas como JNJ y PG. Las acciones de Johnson & Johnson y Procter & Gamble hoy representan sólo el 0,02% de la cartera de BRK. La acción Wells Fargo puede ser elogiada, hace el 14% de la cartera de Buffett. Warren Buffett y Benjamin Graham no comprarían las acciones de Berkshire Hathaway porque son fundamentalmente demasiado caras y no tienen dividendos. Tampoco deberías comprar las acciones de BRK-B.

Du kannst es besser machen als Warren Buffett
Jeder kann leicht ein Portfolio von 20 Aktien, besser als Warren Buffett und seine Berkshire Hathaway Holding zusammenstellen, wenn er keine Aktien von den bösen Gesellschaften Goldman Sachs und Moody's kauft. Keine Aktien von den kranken IBM und Fluggesellschaften. Keine Aktien von Steuer-betrügenden Unternehmen Apple und Nike. Keine 2x überteuerte Aktien von Coca Cola.
Aber du kaufst nur billige Aktien von gesunden, alten und großen Unternehmen mit steigenden Gewinnen und steigenden Dividenden, wie AT&T, BASF, BMW, Munich Re, Iberdrola, Royal Dutch Shell, Sanofi etc., in der Zeit, wenn sie billig sind, mit KGV unter 15, KBV unter 3.0, KUV unter 3.0, Dividendenrendite über 3.0%.
Die besten Aktien hat Warren Buffett bereits verkauft oder fast alle verkauft: Munich Re, Sanofi, Johnson & Johnson, Procter & Gamble. Aber du solltest sie wegen Dividenden für immer halten.
Den Leuten empfiehlt Warren Buffett, dass das Portfolio nur aus 4 bis 10 großen Aktienpositionen besteht, während die Holding Berkshire Hathaway (BRK) 46 Positionen besitzt, einige ganz winzig, auch wenn es große Unternehmen wie JNJ und PG sind. Die Aktien von Johnson & Johnson und Procter & Gamble machen heute nur 0,02% des BRK-Portfolios. Die Wells Fargo Aktie kann gelobt werden, sie macht 14% des Buffett's Portfolios. Warren Buffett und Benjamin Graham würden die Aktien von Berkshire Hathaway nicht kaufen, weil sie fundamental zu teuer sind und keine Dividenden haben. Du solltest die BRK-B Aktien auch nicht kaufen.




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''''In previous versions of our Value vs. Glamour study, we have explored the historical performance of stocks based on their fundamental characteristics and quantified a value premium. Results have shown that over the long term, unpopular value stocks, those that are associated with companies experiencing hard times, operating in mature industries or facing adverse circumstances have outperformed their more popular glamour counterparts - fast growing companies, often from dynamic industries with a relatively high profile.""
Charles Brandes (*1943), Brandes Investment Partners, San Diego, California
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Mr. Charles Brandes researched, as many other people, that cheap unpopular stocks have in long term surpassed the growth of expensive stocks popular.
So hopefully within 50 years will bring the cheap unpopular stock of AT&T more money than the popular expensive stocks of Amazon, Apple, Alphabet, Coca-Cola, Facebook, Netflix, Nike, Starbucks and similar.
But the cheap General Electric, Ford, IBM and General Motors stocks I rather should not try to hold 50 years, and no one year.
Just the cheap stock AT&T I like, if I do not watch the chart but only dividends.
And some years ago, I cheaply bought the dividend stocks: CSCO, JNJ, PFE, PG, UTX, WFC and 13 shares from Europe.
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''''In früheren Versionen unserer Value vs. Glamour-Studie haben wir die historische Performance von Aktien auf Basis ihrer fundamentalen Eigenschaften erforscht und eine Wert Prämie quantifiziert. Die Ergebnisse haben gezeigt, dass auf lange Sicht, heute unpopuläre Aktien von Unternehmen aus reifen Industrien die beliebten Aktien von schnell wachsenden Glamour Unternehmen aus dynamischen Branchen übertroffen haben.""
Charles Brandes (*1943), Brandes Investment Partners, San Diego, Kalifornien
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Herr Charles Brandes hat erforscht, wie schon viele andere Menschen, dass billige unpopuläre Aktien langfristig das Wachstum der teuren beliebten Aktien übertroffen haben.
So hoffentlich innerhalb von 50 Jahren wird die billige unpopuläre Aktie von AT&T mehr Geld bringen, als die beliebten teuren Aktien von Amazon, Apple, Alphabet, Coca-Cola, Facebook, Netflix, Nike, Starbucks und ähnlich.
Aber die billigen Aktien von General Electric, Ford, IBM und General Motors würde ich lieber nicht versuchen, 50 Jahre zu halten und nicht mal ein Jahr.
Nur die billige Aktie AT&T mag ich, wenn ich nicht den Chart beobachte, nur die Dividenden.
Und vor einigen Jahren kaufte ich billig die Dividenden-Aktien: CSCO, JNJ, PFE, PG, UTX, WFC und 13 Aktien aus Europa.
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''''En las versiones anteriores de nuestro estudio Value vs Glamour, hemos explorado la performanción histórica de las acciones, basándona en sus características fundamentales y cuantificamos una prima de valor. Los resultados han demostrado que a largo plazo, hoy en día las acciones impopulares de empresas de industrias maduras han superado las acciones populares de empresas de glamour de rápido crecimiento de industrias dinámicas.""
Charles Brandes (*1943), Brandes Investment Partners, San Diego, California
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El Sr. Charles Brandes ha explorado, como ya muchas otras personas, que las acciones impopulares baratas a largo plazo han superado en el crecimiento las acciones populares caras.
Así ojalá dentro de 50 años, la acción impopular barata de AT&T traerá más dinero, que las acciones populares caras de Amazon, Apple, Alphabet, Coca-Cola, Facebook, Netflix, Nike, Starbucks y similares.
Pero las acciones baratas de General Electric, Ford, IBM y General Motors mejor no intentaré mantener 50 años y ni un año.
Sólo la acción barata AT&T me gusta, si no miro el gráfico, sólo los dividendos.
Y algunos años antes compré barato las acciones de dividendo: CSCO, JNJ, PFE, PG, UTX, WFC y 13 acciones de Europa.




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