Forbes: GM Looks Good, but the Markets Don’t Seem to Care

Regardless of the industry or strength of a company following a reorganization, it can take the markets a considerable amount of time to warm up to a reorganized entity. With this in mind, George Schultze makes the case for General Motors, and why it remains one of the market’s fundamentally undervalued companies.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/georgeschultze/2017/05/18/gm-looks-good-but-the-markets-dont-seem-to-care/#481a39d070ca[forbes.com]

 

Forbes:To Succeed In Investing, You Have to Know When To Cut Losses

In his Forbes article, George Schultze explores why it’s critical for money managers to have an exit strategy in in place as a check on their fundamental analysis – regardless of how good their fundamental valuation skills may be. To read more about this, and how it fits in with the 80/20 rule, click the link below.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/georgeschultze/2017/03/29/to-succeed-in-investing-you-have-to-know-when-to-cut-losses/#463a299147d7