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Sometimes you can figure out if the market is not acting right before you get down to 8 percent. " In addition to limiting his losses, O'Neil is careful about how much he invests to minimize risk. "It's important to watch the quantities you buy," says O'Neil. "If I start to buy a stock, I will only buy half of what would be a normal position. If it goes up 2 or 3 percent, I might add a little bit to it, but not as much as the first time. After the second purchase, if it's up another 3 percent, I will probably add Page 73 to it again, but less than the last time.
To learn how to value a business, pick up a copy of Security Analysis by Benjamin Graham and David Dodd, the bible for value investors. This book, first published in 1934, is difficult to read and filled with complex mathematical formulas. Graham's second book, The Intelligent Investor, is easier to understand and discusses the reasons why value investing is so important. A number of successful investors, including Warren Buffett, saw the light after reading The Intelligent Investor. Buffett, however, made a number of successful modifications to Graham's original strategies.
Since his retirement, Berger has bought more than 100 pieces of English artwork, dating from the late 14th century to the early 20th century. His collection can frequently be viewed at the Denver Art Museum. Although Berger's reputation as the patron of the arts in Denver is just beginning to grow, he and his family have been a part of the city's history for more than a century. His family started Denver's first bank in the 1860s. As a young man, Berger worked in the family bank and in 1950 he was asked to manage the common stocks in the trust department.
101 Investment Lessons from the Wizards of Wall Street: The Pros' Secrets for Running With the Bulls Without Losing Your Shirt by Michael Sincere