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European Banks Oversold as Hedge Funds Capitulate

European Banks Oversold as Hedge Funds Capitulate

Morgan Stanley Research published a new European Equity Strategy report focusing on opportunities in European banks on Monday, July 14th. MS analysts Graham Secker and colleagues offer up a bullish view on European banks, arguing both the Euro markets as […]

David Herro Oakmark International Q2 Letter

David Herro Oakmark International Q2 Letter

David Herro’s Oakmark International Fund Second Quarter 2014 Letter The Oakmark International Fund returned 1% for the quarter ended June 30, 2014, underperforming the MSCI World ex U.S. Index, which returned 5%. Most importantly, the Fund has returned an average […]

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How To Become an Investment Guru

Via Pope Brar How to become an Investment Guru 1. Develop an Investment Process Make a presentation of about 10 to 15 slides that details your investment process. Start with how you select stocks, then describe how you manage the […]

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Hedge Funds Post Gains For Third Consecutive Month

Hedge funds were up for the third consecutive month in November, with the global markets maintaining their upward momentum. According to Eurekahedge’s report for November 2013, distressed debt investing remain the best performing strategy in 2013, up 14.81% November to-date. […]

Global Investing: Cheapest Sectors Around The World

Global Investing: Cheapest Sectors Around The World

Citi’s World Radar Screen seeks to measure relative value and momentum for a global cross-section of stocks covering both developed and emerging markets. Citi believes that “cheap stocks with good momentum are likely to outperform expensive stocks with poor momentum.” […]

Ben Graham Value Screens Do Better Than Quality Strategies: SocGen

Ben Graham Value Screens Do Better Than Quality Strategies: SocGen

Societe Generale’s update on popular investment screens in emerging markets has some interesting finds. The update from SocGen rounds up data from stock picking screens like Merton Model, Piotroski’s F-scores, Benjamin Graham’s deep-value screen and Joel Greenblatt’s Magic Formula. Quality strategies […]

Factor Investing and Dumb Investing

Factor Investing and Dumb Investing

Good data from the WSJ. Unfrotunately, it reaches the wrong conclusion. There is no reason to believe that because correlation is high for a few months , that it will last forever. Below is a quote from an article by […]