Wealthy investor and businessman Warren Buffett has placed a large $1 million wager on the belief that he can make better investment returns than a large group of hedge fund managers by just investing in an S&P 500 passive index fund. The wager will be decided this year and Warren Buffett is expected to win.
Buffett and Tim Armour are supportive of cheap and simple investments that are made and held for a lengthy period of time. Mr. Buffett believes in “bottom-up investing” which involves strongly analyze companies and building a lasting portfolio. Warren Buffett has become to voice behind getting Americans to save more as they near retiring and to begin investing and to continue to invest.
Warren Buffett addressed a letter to shareholders where he dispelled the “active versus” debate, saying it does not help investors. Buffett has poured over mounds of research and discovered two filters that will separate the strong investors from the weak and they are low expenses and high manager ownership. The key is also to find managers who invest a lot of their own money and learn more about Timothy.
Timothy Armour and the chairman and chief executive officer of Capital Group, which runs American Funds. Tim Armour has over 35 years of investment experience with Capital Group. Early in his career he worked as an equity investment analyst, where he covered global communications and American service companies. Armour began his career with Capital Group as part of the Associates Program and resume him.
Tim Armour received a bachelor’s degree in economics from Middlebury College. He currently resides in Los Angeles, California. Timothy Armour has been featured in several business magazines including Financial Times, Bloomberg and Creditor Weekly. He’s also appeared on MSNBC and CNBC talking about investing and when to do it and not to do it. He’s ready to assist anyone when they need advice on investing and tips for surviving in an unstable environment and Tim’s lacrosse camp.
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