This is a continuation of Part 1 and Part 2.

In the last post, we discussed that ETFs should be part of every astute investor’s portfolio and since tech is becoming so important, maybe tech ETFs might also make sense. Also, if 90% or more of all investors never ever beat the index, then wouldn’t be buying the index i.e. buying ETFs (equity index funds) be the best option? So that’s coming from the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett himself.

In this post, we go back to the centuries old business of insurance.

As most students of value investing would know, Berkshire Hathaway grew tremendously after it acquired an insurance business. Insurance is very good for investing because it provides very long term patient capital. One of the greatest obstacles facing asset management is always capital withdrawal or drawdown – one of the most dreadful word in fund management …