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Warren Buffett and the Interpretation of Financial Statements: The Search for the Company with a Durable Competitive Advantage by Mary Buffett & David Clark

When I first started to invest seriously I knew very little but started to access different article and forums to learn whatever I could. I found very quickly that forums/groups had limited benefits (I deal with this in other past posts and will in future posts), One of the things I did learn was the different books that I should acquire and read.

One of the first books pertaining to investing that I acquired was Warren Buffett and the Interpretation of Financial Statements: The Search for the Company with a Durable Competitive Advantage. This book was co-authored by Warren Buffett’s former daughter-in-law and one of his avid followers.

This books breaks down the different financial documents that are used by public companies to explain the current condition of the company. They also explain what conditions and criteria Warren Buffett uses to evaluate these businesses and how he determines which ones he decides to invest in and which ones he doesn’t. This is definitely one that you need in your library.

When Should I Sell My Stock

No matter what kind of investor you are, either a value investor or dividend investor, there always come a point when you get to a point when you need to sell your stock. But when is that? I myself see DIPs (Drop In Prices) as a buying opportunity as long as the stock meets my investment strategy. But I found this video from Learn To Invest to be helpful and informative.

Do You Want To Learn To Put Together A Portfolio For Big Dividends?

If you’re interested to learn how to put together a portfolio for big dividends then you need to start with this video. Like you, I’m in the process if learning everything I can about dividend investing. As I go through them I’ll feature the ones that I feel are the most useful and informative. If you want to see what other videos are available from Learn to Invest, click here. Enjoy the video.