Chris Davis On The Rational Optimist Investor; Bullish On GOOG, BK

Chris Davis On The Rational Optimist Investor; Bullish On GOOG, BK

Third generation great investor, Chris Davis, shares the investment lessons passed on from his grandfather and father at The Davis Funds including the key concepts of owning businesses not stocks and focusing on long-term value not short-term expansion.

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Bank of New York Mellon Corp (BK)



INVEST SYSTEMATICALLY (Investing Principles)

  •  Already do it automatically in 401k plans
  •  Avoids market timing and emotional investing
  •  Invest equal amounts of money at regular intervals
  •  Buy more shares in down market and fewer shares in up markets

CHRIS DAVIS: OPTIMISTIC INVESTOR Just when all of us think the world is in constant turmoil and getting worse every day, an optimist appears. Great Investor and avid reader, Chris Davis reminds us that unpredictable “black swan” events can be positive as well and he cites a favorite book to prove it.

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