sábado, 29 de octubre de 2011

John Neff

NEFF is one of my fathers (I have more than one) in investment. A few of history:

a $10,000 investment in the fund the year Neff took the reins would have been $564,000 by the time he retired (with dividends reinvested); that same amount of money invested in the S&P 500 (again with dividends reinvested) would have been worth less than half that after 31 years, about $233,000

Casi ná. Sus frases más conocidas:

"It's not always easy to do what's not popular, but that's where you make your money. Buy stocks that look bad to less careful investors and hang on until their real value is recognized.""I've never bought a stock unless, in my view, it was on sale.""Successful stocks don't tell you when to sell. When you feel like bragging, it's probably time to sell."
"John Neff On Investing" by John Neff and Steven L. Mintz (2001)

2 comentarios:

  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Neff

  2. "No siempre es fácil hacer lo que no es popular, pero es ahí donde ganas dinero"....."Acciones de éxito no te dicen cuando venderlas. Cuando te sientes como un fanfarrón, probablemente es momento de vender".