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Berkshire Hathaway Shareholder Letter 2010

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Below is the Berkshire Hathaway shareholder letter, which was released this past weekend. Some have called it his best letter ever. I provided below...
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Interval Leisure: An Undervalued Stock with A Catalyst

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I posted this article today on GuruFocus, I thought the readers would be interested. Interval Leisure (IILG) is currently trading at $17.00 a share, and...
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Investing In Leadership: What Works for Warren Buffett Might Not Work for You by...

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Brian McMahon is a partner at Reperio Partners, an Atlanta-based executive consultancy specializing in executive assessment and succession planning. Reperio utilizes a proprietary methodology...
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Sunday Linkfest and Consuelo Mack Interview

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A Journey Through the Pink Sheets – 3,698 Stocks Later (A must read) The Myth of the Rational Market: A History of Risk, Reward, and...
Concentrated Mutual Funds Passive Investing IPOs Market Volatility

5 Awesome Perks of Global Investing (and Living)

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Jeffrey Towson is the former Head of Direct Investments for Middle East North Africa and Asia Pacific for Prince Waleed, nicknamed by Time Magazine...

Book Review: Financial Shenanigans by Dr. Howard Schilit

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I meant to post this concise book review on Financial Shenanigans, several months ago, right after I had read the book. I also had the...

Why Investors Do Not Need China in Their Portfolios

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In a previous piece, which can be found here, I wrote the bull case for why investors should have China in their portfolio. I...

Great Value Investor Conference April 28th and April 29th 2011 (Before Berkshire Hathaway Meeting)

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The Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting will be held as always in Omaha Nebraska. The date of the meeting is Saturday April 30th2011. While, the...
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Shelby Davis: An Unknown, Great Value Investor

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Larry of http://intelligentinvestors.org/ In the pantheon of investing greats one of the least talked about, but most successful investors, is Shelby Davis.  Starting at age...

Robert Shiller: Home Prices Could Fall up to an Additional 25% in Real Terms.

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Robert Shiller, , discusses today's report and the outlook for the U.S. housing market. The index of home values in 20 cities fell 2.4...

Why Investors Need China in Their Portfolios: The Bull Case

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A few weeks ago Burton Malkiel, author of the best seller A Random Walk Down Wall Street , wrote an op-ed in the WSJ...
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Valuation-Informed Indexing #30 Rebalancing Hurts As Often As It Helps

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by Rob Bennett The premise of the Buy-and-Hold Model is that price changes cannot be predicted because they are determined by unforeseeable economic developments. If...
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Navigating 3 Real Estate Bubbles in 3 Countries

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Jeffrey Towson is the former Head of Direct Investments for Middle East North Africa and Asia Pacific for Prince Waleed, nicknamed by Time Magazine...
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Epolin, Inc (EPLN): Seeking Suitor

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Epolin Inc (OTC:EPLN) manufactures and markets proprietary near infrared absorbing dyes and dye formations (such as those used in eyewear). The company trades not far above its NCAV, but its operations appear to be in decline, with revenue decreasing each of the last five years and the most recent quarter showing profits dipping into the red.

The good news is that the company is actively marketing itself for sale, having engaged Millburn Capital Group in February 2009 to help “explore strategic alternatives” (with little cash to perform an acquisition on its own, we can safely read this to mean a merger or outright sale). The company had gone so far as to enter into a letter of intent, but a deal eventually proved elusive.

The bad news . . .

→ Read More: Epolin, Inc (EPLN): Seeking Suitor
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Frequency Electronics, Inc. (FEIM): Be Wary of Investing on News

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Frank Voisin is a value investor and independent analyst whose site, Frankly Speaking, contains Frank's investment theses as well as educational material to help investors...
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