Author Archives: Evan

Buffett – Stocks Can’t Outperform Businesses Indefinitely

When I finished The Snowball: Warren Buffett and the Business of Life I immediately downloaded all of the Berkshire Hathaway annual shareholder letters.  If you are new to Buffett (beyond reading what other’s think he is thinking on investment sites) I would recommend reading the two books in this order as it gives you an idea as

How Much Life Insurance Should a Stay at Home Mom Have?

While I doubt there is anyone in today’s world who doesn’t place a value on a stay at home mom or parent, it is shocking how many times I see that the “breadwinner” is the only one with a life insurance policy.  Meanwhile, the housewife, house husband, stay at home mom, stay at home dad, etc.,

July 2014 Dividend Research

Every month for the past two years I share my process to screen for undervalued dividend paying stocks that have increased their annual dividend payment for 20 or more years.  Last month I wrote, Considering the market has been hitting new intra-day highs almost on a weekly basis I was afraid that I was going