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Joel Greenblatt outlines Warren Buffett-inspired stock picking strategy – Business Insider

Joel Greenblatt outlines Warren Buffett-inspired stock picking strategy – Business Insider

The legendary investor Joel Greenblatt perfected his craft by reading the classic writings of Warren Buffett and Ben Graham.Greenblatt employs a value approach to investing and looks for stocks that have attractive risk-reward profiles, are off the beaten path, and are easy to take advantage of.From 1985 to 1994 — when Greenblatt's firm was still…
I saved over $300,000 in my 20s and everyone seems to ask the same 7 questions – Business Insider

I saved over $300,000 in my 20s and everyone seems to ask the same...

So far, I've saved $330,000 in my 20s and hope to quit my job by age 35. I share my exact net worth and investing strategy every month on my blog.Sharing this goal has led to thousands of questions from my blog's readers, but these seven questions — including "Do you live in your mom's basement?"…
Apple’s AirPods Pro have replaced Powerbeats Pro as my go-to workout headphones – Business Insider

Apple’s AirPods Pro have replaced Powerbeats Pro as my go-to workout headphones – Business...

I've tried countless headphones for working out, but none are better than AirPods Pro.AirPods Pro are secure and super comfortable. You'll often forget you're wearing them, even while jogging or running.The best part? Apple's earbuds also feature noise-cancelling, so you can exercise in peace without listening to the sounds of grunting or machines in the…
Crossbow killer guilty of ex-wife’s murder

Crossbow killer guilty of ex-wife’s murder

Image caption Sana Muhammad, formerly known as Devi Unmathallegadoo, was nine months pregnant when she was killed A man who shot dead his heavily pregnant ex-wife with a crossbow has been found guilty of murder.Sana Muhammad was shot through the abdomen by Ramanodge Unmathallegadoo at her home in Ilford, east London, in November 2018.He hid…

‘American Idol’ alum Antonella Barba gets 45 months in federal prison

Former "American Idol" contestant Antonella Barba has been sentenced to 45 months in federal prison for possession of nearly two pounds of the deadly synthetic opioid fentanyl with intent to distribute it.The sentence was handed down by Judge...

Today, you should… grab a plate at Trucks-giving • the Hi-lo

THURSDAY, NOV. 21 Today the expanse of 14th Street Park will be lined with food trucks, giving out meals to people experiencing homelessness. Each of the 14 participating food trucks coming from in and around Los Angeles County will...

A Wichita chef will appear on NBC's 'Today' to show how Kansas does Thanksgiving

A Wichita chef will spend the days leading up to Thanksgiving in New York City preparing to appear on NBC's morning show “Today.” Natasha ... Source link
Adam Neumann’s $1.7 billion golden parachute could be slashed as SoftBank looks to trim its WeWork rescue deal

Adam Neumann’s $1.7 billion golden parachute could be slashed as SoftBank looks to trim...

Jackal Pan / GettyAdam Neumann's $1.7 billion golden parachute could be slashed as SoftBank bosses seek to trim the $9.5 billion rescue deal they struck with WeWork last month, according to Bloomberg. Some SoftBank executives have said Neumann's leaving package — which reportedly includes $970 million from stock sales to SoftBank, a $500 million credit…
Tesla Cybertruck inspired by 70s James Bond car that Elon Musk bought – Business Insider

Tesla Cybertruck inspired by 70s James Bond car that Elon Musk bought – Business...

Tesla's new Cybertruck is inspired by a 1977 James Bond car that Elon Musk loved so much he bought at auction in 2013.Musk tweeted on Thursday that the $39,000 truck was "influenced partly" by the white Lotus Espirit used in "The Spy Who Loved Me."In the film, the Lotus Espirit transforms into a submarine, allowing…
Watergate prosecutor said Sondland testimony ‘tipping point’ – Business Insider

Watergate prosecutor said Sondland testimony ‘tipping point’ – Business Insider

Watergate prosecutor Nick Akerman in an interview with Newsweek said that EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland's testimony was a "tipping point" in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. "There's no defense to any of it now, there's nothing. What's he going to say, the Devil made me do it? That's what they're left with. There's no…