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Syntel Is A Solid Pick At A Fair Price
ADP: U.S. Private Payrolls Rise Less Than Expected In March
Underappreciated, Conservative AmTrust Financial Services Provides Great Growth Prospects
Looking At HealthEquity's Excellent Fiscal Full Year 2016 And 2017 Growth Rates
My Income Portfolio Quarterly Update (Q1 2015)
The Increasing Competition Between SolarCity And Vivint Solar
March Madness, And I'm Not Talking Hoops
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Save, Don't Splurge on These Items -- Savings Experiment
Filed under: Savings Experiment, Shopping, Did You Know#fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-798233{display:none;} .cke_show_borders #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-798233, #postcontentcontainer #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-798233{width:570px;display:block;}try{document.getElementById(fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-798233).style.display=none;}catch(e){}When it comes to savings and splurging, there are some items you should never spend extra for. If youre
McDonald's Revamps Grilled Chicken to Cut Some Ingredients
Filed under: Company News, McDonalds, Advertising & Marketing, Food & Beverage, Restaurants
Amazon Now Helps Get Jobs Done Around the House
Filed under: Company News, Technology, Amazon.com, Home & GardenKzenon/ShutterstockSEATTLE -- Amazon.com is introducing a referral service to help people to get
Virgin's Richard Branson, Chase to Build First Bank on Moon
Filed under: Currency, Banking, Global Economy, EntrepreneursCaspar Benson/fStop Images By Christina
Auto Sales Likely Flat in March, but Outlook Strong
Filed under: Economic Indicators, Automotive Industry, Car Buying
ADP: Private Sector Adds Fewer Jobs in March than Expected
Filed under: Labor, Economic Indicators, Job Market, Economy
10 Clever Hacks That Save Both Money and the Earth
Filed under: How to Save Money, SavingEarth Day is all about being kinder to the planet we live on, a worthy goal in and of itself. But did you know that many of the ways you can live greener can
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The U.S. Stock Market is Hostage to Macro Themes
Has the U.S. stock market been strong or weak so far in 2015?  As the above three charts from the excellent FinViz
Adding Vision to What You See in Markets
Strangely, I find that traders who describe themselves as visual--i.e., they make extensive use of chart displays of prices and indicators--are among those who trade with the least vision.  They make inferences from what they see;
Promising Ideas to Start the Trading Week
*  Ive found it helpful to track the correlations among the various sectors of the SPX by using creating an overall correlation index from the sector ETFs.  What you typically find is that, as
New Highs and Lows in the Stock Market and What They Tell Us
If youve followed the blog for a while, you know that tracking the number of stocks across all exchanges making fresh one- and three-month new highs versus lows is one of my favorite measures
Shifting From Negative Emotions to Positive Performance
A portfolio manager I recently met with was stressed out, frazzled from long--and frustrating--hours of following overseas markets.  He wasnt concerned, however.  He simply explained to me that he was going to engage in a vigorous
Making Your Trading Fist: Five Fingers of Preparation
Coach K has it right: a finger by itself is far less powerful than five fingers joined into a fist.  When a championship basketball team prepares for a game, it doesnt just work on
Why Courage is Key to Trading Success
As we can see from the above chart, which tracks the five-day moving average of VIX versus the SPX for the past three years, important lows in markets have tended to see spikes in
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First Quarter Closing On A Deceptively Volatile Note
This week’s Market Update is posted at Alpha Bask
Figuring It Out: An Introduction
This will be an experiment of sorts. I have always enjo
The Fed Loses Patience
This week’s Market Update is posted at Alpha Bask
The Active Passive Debate Evolves by Necessity
My latest post at Alpha Baskets considers the extent to
Deflation In The USA?
This week’s Market Update is posted at Alpha Bask
Great Advice From Bill Bernstein
This week I am attending the Arizona Wildfire & Inc
NASDAQ 5000, And It Lasted For Almost 24 Hours!
The Weekly Market Update was posted at Alpha Baskets an
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March 30th Blogger Sentiment Poll
24/7 Wall St The Aleph Blog (-) Biiwii BullBear Trading Carl Futia (-) Dash of Insight (+) Dividend Growth Investor (+) Elliot Wave Lives On Fallond Stock Picks (N) Global Economic Intersection (-) GEI – Investing Blog (-) Humble Student...
March 23rd Blogger Sentiment Poll
Blogger Sentiment Poll Participants: 24/7 Wall St (-) The Aleph Blog (-) Biiwii (+) BullBear Trading Carl Futia (+) Dash of Insight (N) Dividend Growth Investor (+) Elliot Wave Lives On Fallond Stock Picks (+) Global Economic Intersection (-) GEI...
March 2nd Blogger Sentiment Poll
24/7 Wall St The Aleph Blog (-) Biiwii (-) BullBear Trading Carl Futia (+) Dash of Insight (+) Dividend Growth Investor (-) Elliot Wave Lives On Fallond Stock Picks (+) Global Economic Intersection (-) GEI – Investing Blog (-) Humble...
February 23rd Blogger Sentiment Poll
Blogger Sentiment Poll Participants: 24/7 Wall St The Aleph Blog (-) Biiwii (+) BullBear Trading Carl Futia (+) Dash of Insight (+) Dividend Growth Investor (N) Elliot Wave Lives On Fallond Stock Picks (+) Global Economic Intersection (-) GEI –...
February 16th Blogger Sentiment Poll
24/7 Wall St (-) The Aleph Blog (-) Biiwii (+) BullBear Trading Carl Futia (+) Dash of Insight (+) Dividend Growth Investor (N) Elliot Wave Lives On (+) Fallond Stock Picks (+) Global Economic Intersection (N) GEI – Investing Blog...
February 9th Blogger Sentiment Poll
24/7 Wall St (N) The Aleph Blog (-) Biiwii (-) BullBear Trading Carl Futia (+) Dash of Insight (N) Dividend Growth Investor (N) Elliot Wave Lives On (+) Fallond Stock Picks (B) Global Economic Intersection (-) GEI – Investing Blog...
February 2nd Blogger Sentiment Poll
Blogger Sentiment Poll Participants: 24/7 Wall St (N) The Aleph Blog (-) Biiwii (-) BullBear Trading Carl Futia (+) Dash of Insight (N) Dividend Growth Investor (-) Elliot Wave Lives On (+) Fallond Stock Picks (N) Global Economic Intersection (-)...
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Western Digital Corporation Quarterly Valuation – April 2015
Western Digital passes the initial requirements of both the Defensive Investor and the Enterprising Investor. The Defensive Investors only concern is the short dividend history, while the Enterprising Investor has no initial concerns.Read more →Related posts:Western Digital Corporation Quarterly Valuation
5 Undervalued Dow Components to Research – April 2015
There are a number of great companies in the market today. By using the ModernGraham Valuation Model, Ive selected the five most undervalued Dow Components reviewed by ModernGraham which are suitable for the Defensive Investor or the Enterprising Investor according
Actavis plc Annual Valuation – 2015 $ACT
Actavis is not suitable for the Enterprising Investor or for the Defensive Investor. In fact, the company only passes the Defensive Investors requirement regarding size, a result which is extremely rare and would seem to indicate a very poor financial
Zoetis Inc. Quarterly Valuation – March 2015 $ZTS
Zoetis Inc. (ZTS) is suitable for the Enterprising Investor but not for the Defensive Investor. The Defensive Investor is concerned by the short operating history as a publicly traded company, along with the high PEmg and PB ratios. The Enterprising
XL Group Annual Valuation – 2015 $XL
XL Group does not qualify for either the Defensive Investor or the Enterprising Investor. The Defensive Investor is concerned with the companys lack of earnings stability over the last ten years along with the high PEmg ratio. Similarly, the less
Linear Technology Corporation Quarterly Valuation – March 2015 $LLTC
Linear Technology is suitable for the Enterprising Investor, but not for the more conservative Defensive Investor, who is concerned about the insufficient earnings growth over the last ten years, along with the high PEmg and PB ratios. The Enterprising Investor,
5 Companies to Research with the Lowest PEmg Ratio for the Enterprising Investor – March 2015
By using the ModernGraham Valuation Model, Ive selected the five lowest PEmg (price / normalized earnings) companies reviewed by ModernGraham. Each company has been determined to be suitable for the Enterprising Investor and undervalued according to the ModernGraham approach. Here
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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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