Value Investing: Is It Dead?

Investors can no-longer rely on the “so-called value premium to continue in the future,” according to a recentMarketWatch article by Paul Merriman, author and founder of Merriman Wealth Management. While Merriman believes that value investing is still a good option for investors, he writes, “there’s very little that I can guarantee about future investment returns, and none of it is useful if you’re trying to gain an edge on your fellow investors.” He reiterates that… Read More

Debating with the Oracle of Omaha

It’s tough to argue with one of the most legendary investors of all time, but Paul Merriman (founder of Seattle-based Merriman Wealth Management) apparently takes exception with some of Warren Buffett’s principles, particularly as they relate to investors in retirement. In a recent MarketWatch article, Merriman outlines his interpretations and gripes with seven Buffett principles: Hold plenty of cash to withstand financial challenges and don’t be afraid to use it for “lucrative investment opportunities.” According… Read More