Five Must Read Net Net Hunter Articles From The First Half Of 2015 by Evan Bleker — Net Net Hunter
It’s been a great first half of 2015 so far.
We’ve launched our net net stock guide, Retire Young & Rich, which has had a great response so far. The NASDAQ is up 7.5% and a few of my Japanese picks have really taken off.
Over the past few months I’ve been busy getting feedback from members to improve the membership experience over the second half of the year. Now that things have cooled down somewhat, I finally have a chance to bring you the 5 most popular posts on Net Net Hunter from the first half of 2015.
These posts have been written and posted during the first half of the year, and saw the biggest reaction, most social shares, most reads, and most reblogs this year. In short, they’re posts you just don’t want to miss.
Let’s get started!
5 Net Net Hunter Posts You Just Don’t Want to Miss
Most value investors are confused about Warren Buffett. A lot of investors assume that Buffett’s biggest returns come from buying great companies with sizeable moats. Unfortunately, they’re wrong. This article will show you how he earned his highest returns and how you can do the same today. Click to Read
This article is a guest contribution by Net Net Hunter member Matt Carey. If you’re a small investor looking for a place for your money, here’s a brief glimpse into the lessons learned along his way to financial freedom. Click to Read
There’s a big secret floating around the investing world. Actually, it’s only a secret because small investors have forgotten the lessons of Graham. In 2015, however, small investors seem to be waking up to the fact that they have a huge edge over the pros. Click to Read
Want a better framework to invest by? This one is a doozy. If you want to make the best possible returns, use this tool to improve your stock selection criteria. Click to Read
Probably the best example of a solid investor is this American pig farmer. While a lot of investors scan YouTube for videos on Warren Buffett, or listen to podcasts on trading, those who tuned in to listen to Mr. Womack when he talked about stocks were getting a world class education. Click to Read