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  • graemew 2013-11-13 08:42
    After i saw the horrible effect of my click ...reducing Ning Jia from 5 stars to 3.7 I felt so bad about it. Initially I thought I would say nothing....because I knew I would look so stupid if I owned up. But I couldn't bear seeing Ning's great article downgraded like that. But yes...maybe in my haste I clicked by accident on the left star rather than on the right...
  • LwC 2013-09-12 10:49
    AlbertaSunwapta, maybe if you peppered your comments with a few Buffett and Munger quotes, you would get some of the respect that 38 years of experience doesn't get around here.
  • dbkingsford 2011-10-12 04:15
    Great name albertasunwapta - are you a skier or just a fan of the rockies?

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  • AlbertaSunwapta commented on Grahamites's article 04-21 12:03
    A Further Peek Into Ted Weschler’s Thought Process
    A while ago someone posted an article on Ted Weschler’s thought process. The link to the article can be found here. Based on a short video about...
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    AlbertaSunwapta 04-21 13:03
    • Demographics also provide a huge tailwind.  Baring medical advances, it likely has great and predictable growth prospects.
  • AlbertaSunwapta commented on Charles Sizemore's article 04-21 11:59
    And Mr. Buffett’s Favorite Macro Indicator Says…
    Last week, I thought back to an article that Warren Buffett wrote a few months before the great internet bubble of the 1990s finally burst. It’s...
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    AlbertaSunwapta 04-21 12:59
    • There's been much debate about this and Buffett's comment is widely quoted these days by everyone but Buffett himself who has been on the record as saying the market is within a reasonable value range. It shows how Buffett isn't overly dogmatic in his thinking. 

      Nonetheless, I've raised my own cash levels and maintained them for a while now by selling positions that I'd be unwilling to hold longterm (10-15 yrs) or positions that are highly likely to move with the market and not beat the market, such as some of my index funds. It's been tough and costly sitting on a lot of cash for the past couple years waiting for greater and more obvious (to me) opportunities.
  • AlbertaSunwapta commented on Investing Caffeine's article 04-19 13:23
    Fink & Capitalism: Need 4 Kitchens in Your House?
    Do you need four kitchens in your house? Apparently financial industry titan Larry Fink does. If Mr. Fink were a designer for millionaire homeowners,...
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    AlbertaSunwapta 04-19 19:23
    • Japanese corporations sat on a lot of cash for a lot of years too, didn't they? I don't know what really correlates with meaningful amounts of innovation in an economy. Govt spending on moon shots maybe?
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