A checklist for buying ASX Listed Investment Companies (LICs) shares
A list of 10 factors to check as a guide when to buy, scroll down for further explanations on each. (Written first a few years ago but still relevant for ASX LICs in 2021 & 2022 I feel!).
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How to buy ASX Listed Investment Companies (LICs)
Or not to buy?
Don’t fall for the hype of conflicted advice on ASX LICs IPOs and get hit with commissions
Warning fictional post about an IPO of an ASX Listed Investment Company (LIC). There is so much cheap money around I fear that if I don’t include such a warning, some will think this is real and want me to send them the prospectus! Continue reading “AVOID THIS ASX LIC IPO!”
It has been a tough environment for active managers, so I thought I would take a look at a performance comparison of the most popular ASX LICs.
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A simple game I used to like playing as a kid was spot the difference.
It is not unusual for ASX Listed Investment Companies (LICs) to play their own version of the game. Continue reading “Playing Games with LIC Performance Reporting.”
What are the best value investing books in 2021 for learning?
If I could pick out 5 or so investing books for a value investor earlier on in their journey to sink their teeth into I would nominate the following. In fact, they are good reads for investors of varying levels of experience. The investment philosophies touched on are relevant for investors all across the globe as well as Australian share market investors.
Top 5 value investing books for 2021
- Intelligent Investor – Benjamin Graham
- You can be a Stockmarket Genius – Joel Greenblatt
- Margin of Safety – Seth Klarman
- Deep Value – Tobias E. Carlisle
- The Smart Money Method – Stephen Clapham
Some may argue these are not necessarily the best books around and I won’t necessarily disagree. I just thought these 5 offered a good all-round backdrop for someone that has recently developed a strong interest in value investing. Plenty to sink your teeth into.
I thought I would throw in number 5 above for something new that not everyone may have come across. I haven’t updated this blog post for a few years so at the very end you can see my comments about this and another new book that came out in 2020.
Below is the original blog post I had here all the way back around 2016 where I thought it would be interesting to list a few dozen investing books or so that have helped me over the years..
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