Yes, a Ben Graham contemporary is still alive and kicking ... and investing.
Why today's investing environment favors long-process companies.
Sometimes a company does a little more than you think.
It's not because they're necessarily better, but because they are bigger.
Focus on freedom, not growth.
The grass can be just as green on this side of the fence.
Tread carefully when calculating investing odds.
Toyota's imbroglio will be minor in the grand scheme of things.
Failure is guaranteed, but so is success.
The growth is nice, but the long-term returns often aren't.
Why Carl Icahn is a contrarian investor worth emulating.
Does price-to-book value accurately portend Berkshire Hathaway's future?
Great companies aren't synonymous with great investments.
Why cyclical stocks might be the easiest stocks to sell.
You don't have to invest like John Paulson or David Tepper to achieve success.
A few overlooked reasons why investors should focus on dividends.
As the economy improves, so will trucking stocks.
Many investor focus on margins when asset turnover can generate sufficient profits.
Massaging the master's rules to fit today's markets.
Relentless chatter and growing appeal suggest an impending market top.