The Stingy News Weekly (05/01/2016)
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Key moments from BRK meeting
"When Buffett and Munger speak, the world listens. Their comments on the economy, the markets, politics, and Berkshire Hathaway are as closely parsed as Federal Reserve statements. But Fed Chair Janet Yellen didn't secure a place in this year's commentary by either Buffett or Munger. Instead, the Oracle of Omaha and his right-hand man focused on business and why shareholders should continue to bet on Berkshire." [Buffett]
Popular at a price
"BlackRock hasn't just ignored the fee war. It has raised EEM's fee - a practically unheard move for an ETF. EEM used to charge 0.67 percent. Now it charges 0.69 percent - a rare case when a popular ETF charges more than (gasp) the average active mutual fund." [Indexing]
"The real story with most of these individuals is that they didn't earn their money by living below their means, saving and investing prudently, but rather by selling products and services that we're told will save and/or empower us. They're more salesman than missionary, telling us what we want to hear and not what we need to hear." [Books]
"The challenges of investing in a negative interest rate world. Guggenheim Partners Scott Minerd discusses strategy for his firm and its top-rated bond funds." [video] [Bonds]
Too much feedback
"Checking your portfolio or the market on a daily basis is like getting on the scale every 20 minutes and expecting progress. Even in quarterly and annual returns there is going to be a lot of noise" [Behaviour]
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