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The Sell-Off In Rubicon Minerals Is Overdone
Commodities Post 4th Biggest 2-Day Gain Since 1970
U.S. Equity And Economic Review
Week In Review: Hepalink Pharma Buys U.S.-Based CMO Cytovance
China's Road To Recovery Brings Emerging Market Turmoil
In Defense Of The New York Times
Have Peripheral Colds Caused A U.S. Recession Flu?
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Warren Buffett Turns 85: The Insider's Guide to His Empire
Filed under: Celebrities, CEOs, Warren Buffett, Investing
Beyond Gumbo: New Orleans Restaurants Rebound Post-Katrina
Filed under: Economic Recovery, Food & Beverage, Restaurants, Travel Industry
14 Easy Ways to Create an Emergency Food Stockpile
Filed under: Personal Finance, Food & Beverage, Emergencies, How to Save Money, Financial EducationShutterstockBy Marilyn LewisStockpiling food and water is like buying insurance. Your household
How to Invest in Bond Funds During a Bear Market
Filed under: Federal Reserve, Bonds, Stock Markets, Interest Rates, InvestingShutterstockWith companies seeking to lock in long-term borrowing costs, corporate bonds have gained popularity.If its fizzy,
How to Catch Up on Retirement Savings
Filed under: Retirement, Personal Finance, Job Market, Retirement Plans, 401KShutterstockBy Ellen ChangNEW YORK -- Americans are still woefully lacking in their retirement savings with only
Market Wrap: Stocks End Flat in Quiet End to Dramatic Week
Filed under: Market News, Economic Indicators, GDP, Federal Reserve, Interest Rates
Fed Official Indicates September Rate Hike Still Possible
Filed under: GDP, Inflation, Unemployment Rate, Federal Reserve, Interest Rates
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Lessons and Blessings in Trading
If everything in life either provides you with blessings or lessons, you will always profit, even when you lose money.Viewing life through the lens of blessings and lessons means that you approach the world
Live Your Life the Way You Want to Trade
A major problem I encounter among professionals is that they pursue business through busy-ness.  They equate doing more and getting items off their to-do lists with being productive.  In the recent Forbes article, I
Trading Notes: Week of 8/24/15
Monday, August 24th*  Theres a very key point toward the end of the recent Forbes article:  many times what we interpret as a trading problem actually represents *information*.  For example, the trader who has difficulty pulling the trigger may very
Adapting to the Market's True Clock
The previous post illustrated why trading is challenging, as markets change their volume, volatility, and trendiness--sometimes quite radically.  On Friday, for example, SPY traded with a true range of over 3%, three times the
Why Trading Financial Markets Is So Difficult
Yesterday was one of my better days of the year trading ES, and a large part of the success consisted of *not* following my process.  Therein lies a tale and why so much common
Trading Notes: Week of 8/17/2015
Monday, August 17th*  This article goes into depth about what I believe to be the greatest performance problem affecting traders. I see a real mismatch between how traders think about opportunity and how they
Tracking the Footprints of Supply and Demand in the Stock Market
In some ideal, dispassionate world all participants in financial markets would behave like my friend NRK and only buy at bid prices and sell at offers.  Its a great way to do well in
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Stop Orders: Vestige of a Bygone Era?
My latest at Alpha Baskets looks at the extent to which
Time To Panic? Not Now, Not Ever
This week’s market update is posted and dives in
Crude Misery
The weekly Market Update is posted and includes the fol
Time Is On Your Side, Yes It Is
My latest for Alpha Baskets looks at taking the proper
Rent or Buy?
The Fiscal Times had a short post noting that rents in
Putting Adaptability To Work
My latest for Alpha Baskets is a follow up to a post fr
Investors Don’t Want Their MTV
Last week was very busy including an unrighteous rockin
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August 24th Blogger Sentiment Poll
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August 17th Blogger Sentiment Poll
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August 10th Blogger Sentiment Poll
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August 3rd Blogger Sentiment Poll
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July 27th Blogger Sentiment Poll
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July 20th Blogger Sentiment Poll
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July 13th Blogger Sentiment Poll
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19 Best Stocks For Value Investors This Week – 8/29/15
We evaluated 25 different companies this week to determine whether they are suitable for Defensive Investors, those unwilling to do substantial research, or Enterprising Investors, those who are willing to do such research. We also put each company through the
Ford Motor Company Analysis – August 2015 Update $F
Ford Motor Company (F) qualifies for the Enterprising Investor but not the more conservative Defensive Investor. The Defensive Investor is concerned with the insufficient earnings stability or growth over the last ten years and the inconsistent dividend record.Read more →Related
Avago Technologies Ltd Analysis – Initial Coverage $AVGO
Avago Technologies Ltd qualifies for the Enterprising Investor but not the more conservative Defensive Investor. The Defensive Investor is concerned with the short history as a publicly traded company, short dividend history, and the high PEmg and PB ratios. Read
Ashland Inc. Analysis – Initial Coverage $ASH
Ashland Inc. qualifies for both the Defensive Investor and the Enterprising Investor. The Defensive Investors only concern is the high PEmg ratio while the Enterprising Investor is only initially concerned by the level of debt relative to the net current
Affiliated Managers Group Analysis – Initial Coverage $AMG
Affiliated Managers Group does not qualify for either the Enterprising Investor or the more conservative Defensive Investor. The Defensive Investor is concerned with the insufficient earnings stability over the last ten years, lack of dividends, and the high PEmg and
Xylem Inc. Analysis – August 2015 Update $XYL
Xylem Inc. qualifies for the Enterprising Investor but not the more conservative Defensive Investor. The Defensive Investor is concerned with the short history as a stand-alone company and the high PB ratio.Read more →Related posts:Xylem Inc. Quarterly Valuation – May
L Brands Inc. Analysis – August 2015 Update $LB
L Brands Inc. qualifies for the Enterprising Investor but not the more conservative Defensive Investor. The Defensive Investor is concerned with the low current ratio and the high PEmg and PB ratios. The Enterprising Investor is only initially concerned with
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iconBerkshire Ruminations

Moneyball for Investing
Baseball salaries exploded in the 1990s, forcing owners and managers to completely reevaluate how their teams were run. Billy Beane, general manager of the Oakland A’s believed he had found a solution. Rather than trying to buy the best players,
Empirical Finance Research Blog
If you are interested in financial research you may want to check out a new project I am starting with a friend of mine who is a PhD student at the University of Chicago. It is called Empirical Finance Research:http://empiricalfinanceresearch.blogspot.com/Our
Bullish on TMA
I captured the following screenshot from Yahoo Finance shortly after the market closed today:This was kind of surprising to me given the performance of
To Whom it May Concern:
This blog is not dead. I am just taking a break. Lots of personal stuff going on, including the recent birth of my first son. I had hoped to work out a combination of names such that his initials would
Buffett Videoconference at MU on Friday
I thought I might help publicize the University of Missouri Trulaske College of Business 2008 Forum on Emerging Issues & Trends in Real Estate. That is mouthful. What it means is that on Friday as part of a symposium on
A few thoughts on the Bear Stearns situation
The first lesson that came to my mind when I heard about this debacle was straight from Buffett: Don’t buy what you can’t understand. Was Bear a simple and understandable business? Of course not. Their investments were so complex that
Wrigley Deal and the Annual Meeting
I have been hesitant to jump to many conclusions about the Wrigley deal because I think there are still a lot of unanswered questions about Berkshires involvement in it. Hopefully many of the details will be explained this weekend at
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