3 Reasons You Should Invest In The Housing Market Rebound

As spring finally seems like a reality, I’ve realized I have a lot of yard work to do. And that inevitably has me thinking about the U.S. housing market as we enter the strongest season of the year for construction. A recovering U.S. housing market bodes well for household wealth across the country. But it … Continue reading 3 Reasons You Should Invest In The Housing Market Rebound

Four Incredibly Cheap Growth Stocks

Most investors think of the technology sector when considering growth stocks. The tech sector is full of growth stocks such as Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) and Twitter (NASDAQ: TWTR). But the most attractively priced growth stocks are off the beaten path. Growth stocks can be great investments. But these are only great investments if the valuation … Continue reading Four Incredibly Cheap Growth Stocks

March Madness Stock Picks: The Road to the Next Netflix

The NCAA March Madness basketball tournament kicked off last week. Sixty-eight teams are facing off as they march toward the championship on April 7. Here at Wyatt Investment Research, we’re embracing March Madness, and creating our own tournament. But unlike the NCAA, this competition doesn’t have anything to do with sports. Instead, we’re holding a … Continue reading March Madness Stock Picks: The Road to the Next Netflix

Why Berkshire Owns $2.5 Billion of DVA Stock

Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK-B) has been betting big on the healthcare sector by investing in just one stock. Historically, Berkshire Chairman Warren Buffett hasn’t made many investments in the healthcare sector. In fact, none of Berkshire’s biggest holdings include healthcare companies. But investment manager Ted Weschler, who joined Berkshire as an investment manager in 2011, … Continue reading Why Berkshire Owns $2.5 Billion of DVA Stock

The Outsiders: How Unconventional CEOs Routinely Beat the Market

Tom Murphy never wanted to run Capital Cities media company the conventional way. He didn’t want to do things like CBS, the TV giant that expanded into entirely new fields, aggressively acquiring non-media assets including a toy business and the New York Yankees. Murphy wanted to make sure Capital Cities focused on what it did best. … Continue reading The Outsiders: How Unconventional CEOs Routinely Beat the Market