The Steve Pomeranz Show
Steve Pomeranz, a fee-only Certified Financial Planner, has been serving clients since 1981. Widely known through his radio show "The Steve Pomeranz Show" which airs on NPR affiliates nationwide, Steve's show features insights and interviews with guests from all corners of the investment world. To find out more, go to www.stevepomeranz.com.
Piggyback investing is a lazy approach to investing and doesn’t always pan out, especially when it’s done blindly without any independent research. The reason is simply that there’s often more to a guru’s trade than meets the eye, writes Steve Pomeranz Thursday.
Today, I plan to share the investment insights Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffet’s mentor, gleaned from reviewing one hundred years of stock market history, part 4 in my Intelligent Investor series, writes Steve Pomeranz Wednesday.
Many people think the stock market is like some big gambling hall. And to some, it is. Hedge funds, day traders and the like all look at the numbers whizzing by on their screens and make micro-second bets trying to outsmart the next guy, writes Steve Pomeranz Tuesday.
In part 3 of my Intelligent Investor Series—I talk about Benjamin Graham’s warnings on inflation, how it impacts your portfolio, and how you can hedge against it, writes Steve Pomeranz.