This is my portfolio, note that it does not display the realized profits nor bonds or cash waiting for the opportunity to be deployed. That amount is relatively high, thanks to realized gains on companies like Western Digital; Burlington Northern Santa Fe; and United States Gypsum. The accumulated profits on dividends or derivatives are not shown. It also does not show foreign exchange positions, like for example being at times net short or long on dollars, euros or other currencies. I therefore here disclose only my current stock and options investments.
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The number one idea is to view a stock as an ownership of the business and to judge the staying quality of the business in terms of its competitive advantage. Look for more value in terms of discounted future cash-flow than you are paying for. Move only when you have an advantage.

It’s not given to human beings to have such talent that they can just know everything about everything all the time. But it is given to human beings who work hard at it - who look and sift the world for a mispriced bet - that they can occasionally find one.
-- Charlie Munger

"3. How effective are the company’s research and development efforts in relation to its size?"
-- Philip A. Fisher - "One of the Fifteen points to look for in a common stock"

If someone goes through life and measures themselves solely by how much money they have, or how much money they earned last year, sooner or later they're going to end up in trouble.
-- Warren Buffett

"The conventional view serves to protect us from the painful job of thinking."
-- John Kenneth Galbraith

"When they open that envelope, the first instruction is to take my pulse again."
- 2001 Annual Meeting after mentioning that the instructions of his succession are sealed in an envelope at headquarters.
-- Warren Buffett

"Individuals who cannot master their emotions are ill-suited to profit from the investment process"
-- Benjamin Graham

"Investing in a market where people believe in efficiency is like playing bridge with someone who has been told it doesn’t do any good to look at the cards."
-- Warren Buffett on the efficient market hypothesis

"If a business earns 6% on capital over forty years, you’re not going to make much different than 6% return, even if you buy it at a huge discount. Conversely, if a business earns 18% on capital, you’ll end up with one hell of a return long term, even if you pay an expensive looking price."
-- Charlie Munger

Remember that reputation and integrity are your most valuable assets - and can be lost in a heartbeat.
-- Charlie Munger

"Great investment opportunities come around when excellent companies are surrounded by unusual circumstances that cause the stock to be misappraised."
— Warren Buffett

The chains of habit are too light to be felt until they are too hard to be broken.
- Talk to Columbia Business School
-- Warren Buffett

"I really like my life. I've arranged my life so that I can do what I want."
-- Warren Buffett

"The only function of economic forecasting is to make astrology look respectable."
-- John Kenneth Galbraith

What you're looking for is some way to get one good idea a year, and then ride it to its full potential. And that's very hard to do in an environment where people are shouting prices back and forth every five minutes.
-- Warren Buffett

"The most important quality for an investor is temperament, not intellect... You need a temperament that neither derives great pleasure from being with the crowd or against the crowd."
-- Warren Buffett

"1. Don’t buy into promotional companies."
"There are enough spectacular opportunities among established companies that ordinary individual investors should make it a rule never to buy into a promotional enterprise."
-- Philip A. Fisher - "One of the don'ts for investors"

"The speed at which a business success is recognized, furthermore, is not that important as long as the company's intrinsic value is increasing at a satisfactory rate. In fact, delayed recognition can be an advantage: It may give us the chance to buy more of a good thing at a bargain price."
-- Warren Buffett

"Never count on making a good sale. Have the purchase price be so attractive that even a mediocre sale gives good results."
1974 Letter to Shareholders
-- Warren Buffett