What I Wish I Wrote ~ Mar. 4, 2016

We’re in a world of abundance. Is it leading to too many malinvestments? (The Reformed Broker)

A good breakdown of Berkshire-Hathway’s 2015 from Warren Buffett’s latest annual letter to shareholders. (The Aleph Blog)

Speaking of Berkshire-Hathaway, in 1999 Yahoo! was worth more and 19 other things that actually happened in 1999. (Dividend Reference)

The three paths to outperformance. (Morningstar)

“The most important financial services company you’ve never heard of”. (Intrinsic Investing)

Investing professionals should meditate. (Jason Voss on LinkedIn)

“It’s hard to believe that $65.7 billion of Warren Buffett’s $66 billion net worth came after his 50th birthday”. And other hard truths investors have a hard time wrapping their heads around. (Morgan Housel @ The Motley Fool)

Investing in you self. The 100 things list. (Budgets are Sexy)

How to be frugal and still enjoy life. (Dividend Mantra)

How safe is Chevron’s (CVX) dividend? (The Div-Net)

A bunch of links all focused on Warren Buffett and his recent comments on Berkshire-Hathaway and its portfolio of companies. (Value Investing World)

Lesson learned from Richard Thaler on behavioral economics. (25iq)

Radical investment advice. Do nothing. (Jason Zweig @ WSJ)

Software is the new oil. (AVC)

Book review on Quality Investing: Owning the Best Companies for the Long Term. (Value and Opportunity)

What makes life worth living in the face of death? Try and not to shed a tear after reading the 2nd to last paragraph. (Farnam Street)