Investment Journal

Phil Fisher’s Insight

I’m re-reading Phil Fisher's book Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits this weekend. I haven't read the book since 2006 and I noticed it on my shelf and decided to revisit it. I've always liked his common sense approach to investing for the long-term. He talks about how...

History Rhyming or Is This Time Different?

The COVID-19 panic continues to wreak havoc on both the stock market and the economy, and the news continues to seemingly worsen with each passing day. In the midst of a crisis, it's imperative to maintain clarity of thought and a calm demeanor. This is difficult for...

Scale Isn’t Always Good and WeWork’s Problem

I am writing my quarterly letter to Saber investors, and one of the sections references WeWork's IPO debacle. I wanted to share some rough notes I have in my investment journal from some ideas I've been forming lately about scale, and how it's not always a good thing....

Google, Apple, and Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia, if it were a business, would be considered a cash cow. In fact, Saudi Aramco, the country’s oil company that was once a joint venture with one of Rockefeller’s Standard Oil descendants but was nationalized decades ago, is the most profitable business in...

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