Tim Armour thoughts on Warren Buffett Investment Advice

Warren Buffet, arguably American’s number one financial investor in a recent yearly shareholders letter shared some of his insights regarding mutual funds and clearly one man who seems not to be entirely in agreement with him is Tim Armour. Tim commentating Buffett’s letter seems to share a different opinion.

Warren Buffett argues that the ‘’ active versus passive’’ argument when it comes to mutual funding is misinformed and does not serve the interest of the investors. He further states that mutual funds provide a poor opportunity when it comes to long-term investments this because the funds will be subjected to excessive trading and huge management costs. Buffett also seeks to challenge the common notion that mutual funds are safe when it comes to retirement investment.

Inasmuch as Buffet is partly right with his observations, his strategies are entirely misplaced. Warren is a strong believer on rigorously scrutinizing a company before investing in them. While this strategy has been reasonable doubt been effective, they might have adversely affect the credibility of some mutual funds investment and hence the disagreement in strategies and learn more about Tim.

About Tim Armour

Currently Tim Armour is the Chairman of the Capital Group. This is one of the world’s largest investment funds and the home of all American investment when it comes to mutual fund. Tim is a man with a deep passion for mutual funds. Prior to joining Capital Group, he was Chairman to Capital Research and Management Company and Capital Group’s management committee.

Tim enjoys over thirty years’ experience in matters mutual fund investment and always advices investors to invest in active investors for them to succeed and read full article.

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