I owe my early success as an investor not to brains or knowledge, because my mind was untrained and my ignorance was colossal, The game taught me the game, And didn’t spare the rod while teaching.
Whenever I have lost money in the stock market I have always considered that I have learned something; that if I have lost money I have gained experience, so that the money really went for a tuition fee. –Jessie Livermore
Mark Sellers and Premier Exhibitions, Inc. (NASDAQ:PRXI) Value Trap
Peter Lynch was one of the best growth investors of all time. As the Magellan Fund manager at Fidelity Investments between 1977 and 1990, he averaged a 29.2% annual return. Q1 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more The fund manager's investment strategy was straightforward. He wanted to find growth companies and sit on them Read More
He put over 50% of his fund into Contango Oil & Gas Company (NYSEMKT:MCF):
I added an update to yesterday’s micro-cap post. http://wp.me/p2OaYY-2tX. The point is to try and understand prior investment successes or failures. Any lessons there?
Update: Case Study in a Value Death Trap Premier Exhibitions, Inc. (NASDAQ:PRXI).
Mark Sellers discusses the keys to investing (Interview)
Sellers Piling into Contango Oil & Gas Company (NYSEMKT:MCF)
What can you learn from his saga?
An excellent book on the inflationary 1970s The-Dollar-Crisis by Percy Greaves
I just like the old photos to capture the spirit of the times: The-Stock-Market-Crash-of-1929
I am still in shock over Brazil’s World Cup blow-out.
A fat tail event?