5 Must Read Net Net Hunter Articles For 2016 by Evan Bleker – NetNetHunter
Are you ready for 2016?
2015 ended with a whimper and the first couple of months have been devastating for investors. If you want your portfolio to thrive in 2016, the remainder of the decade, and into the 2020s, you have to adopt the right investment mindset.
A lot of value investors think they’re on the path to maximum profits with low risk, but few realize just how deeply they’ve been sucked into The Warren Buffett Trap.
The Net Net Hunter articles below are critical to your success in 2016 and beyond. To dive more into how I utilize this critical mindset, consider picking up a copy of my newly released net net stock guide, Retire Young & Rich. To see how these strategies have performed in my own real money portfolio net of fees, Click Here.
Otherwise, let’s get started!
5 Net Net Hunter Articles You Just Don't Want to Miss for 2016
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
Do you know which under-the-radar stocks the top hedge funds and institutional investors are investing in right now? Click here to find out.
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 2016, 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