American investor Warren Buffett recently made headlines for making a large $1 million dollar bet that he could make better investment returns than a group of hedge fund managers by just investing in a S&P 500 passive index fund. The bet will be settled this year and its becoming clear that Warren Buffett will come out the winner.
Warren Buffett and Capital Group’s CEO Tim Armour are both advocates of cheap investments that are bought and held for a long time. Buffett favors the “bottom-up investing” which deals with analyzing certain companies and making a strong lasting portfolio. Warren Buffett has traveled America telling Americans to start saving more for retirement as well as to start investing and stay investing and Timothy on Facebook.
Warren Buffett recently sent a letter to his shareholders where he argued against the “active versus passive” debate, saying it hurts investors instead of helping. Buffett has analyzing investing techniques and has discovered two filters that differentiate strong investors from the weak investors and they both are low expenses and high manager ownership. Buffett says the key is to find fund managers who invest a lot of their own finances.
Timothy Armour has spent more than 35 years with Capital Group gaining investment experience. He started his carer as an equity investment analyst, where he covered global telecommunications and American service companies. Armour began his career with the Capital Group as part of the Associates Program. Armour currently serves as chief executive officer and chairman of Capital Group and learn more about Timothy.
Armour earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from Middlebury College and now resides in Los Angeles, California. Both CNBC and MSNBC have invited Tim Armour to speak about investing techniques and the economy. Financial Times, Bloomberg News and Creditor Weekly featured Timothy Armour in several of their articles. Timothy Armour is now offering services both to corporate executives and others who need advice on investment strategies and surviving the current economic environment and more information click here.
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