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Wall Street's “superinvestor” guide to pick the most profitable stocks

by , 01 July 2016
Wall Street's “superinvestor” guide to pick the most profitable stocks
You've probably heard the famous story of how Warren Buffett grew Berkshire & Hathaway into a multibillion dollar business. Or how the king of value investing, Benjamin Graham conquered the US stock market through the Great Depression.

But have you heard of the investor who managed to earn $19 million for his fund in just one year?

An investor who also managed to outperform the stock market by 6% every year, for 47 years!

In fact, the greatest investor ever known, Warren Buffett, referred to him as a “superinvestor” and “one of the good guys on Wall Street.”

Today, I'm going to reveal who this investor is, his most successful investment principles and how you can apply them to your investment strategy.
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The “superinvestor” revealed…

The investor behind beating the S&P for 47 years is Walter Schloss.
Walter Schloss was low key investor and sought to impress no one. He never went to college, but rather spent his days after school working for Wall Street as a runner.
As an investor, Walter never used a computer to get the latest data on shares. He got stock prices and data from the morning newspaper.
He never spoke to a company’s management and wasn’t good at interpreting what they were saying. Instead, Walter spent most of his time and effort pouring endlessly over annual reports. He looked intensively at numbers and preferred stocks with a track record of more than 10 years.
Consequently he earned the reputation of being one of the greatest investors ever. 
In fact, for 45 years from 1955 through 2000, his investment firm returned 15.3% every year, against the S&P Industrial Average of 11.5%. Every dollar an investor entrusted with Schloss at the start of 1956 had grown to $662.
And like I mentioned earlier, Walter earned a whopping $19 million for his firm in just one year. In a 1994 letter to shareholders, Warren Buffett said: "Please note that Walter's total office expense is about $11,000 as compared to net income of $19 million. Meanwhile, Walter continues to outperform managers who work in temples filled with paintings, staff and computers."
So what are Walter Schloss’s proven investment priciples? 
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The 4 most important Walter Schloss investment principles you can use to pick winning stocks
1. Stay away from the emotions of the market

Most share prices react to market sentiment. Any news deemed “bad” for a company will have a knock-on effect on its share price driving it lower. Walter believes fear and greed are probably the worst emotions to have in connection with investing in stocks.

2. Identify and buy “depressed” stocks

A starting point for investors is to establish the value of the company. Walter believes book value is good indicator to discover cheap, but good stocks. He encourages investors to buy a company’s assets at a discount rather than to buy its earnings. Earnings can change dramatically in a short time. Asset change slowly.
Also make sure that a company’s debt doesn’t equal 100% of the equity.

3. Buy value. If the price goes down, buy more

If you invest in company that’s trading at good value and it drops, the best course of action is to buy more. You must have the confidence in what your investments. You have to be patient too.

4. Never forget the power of compounding

Walter Schloss believed the effect of compounding is pivotal to generating exponential returns.  He said, “If you can make 12% in a year and reinvest the money back, you will double your money in 6 years.”

Until next time,

Knowledge brings you wealth,

Joshua Benton,
Managing Editor, Real Wealth
P.S. In my Real Wealth newsletter, I use a professional investment strategy that helped some of the best investors in history succeed like Walter Schloss. In fact, Walter used the exact same strategy to take home $19 million in one year. Now you too, can discover this secret that will help you succeed on the stock market.

Wall Street's “superinvestor” guide to pick the most profitable stocks
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