Warren Buffett looks at the company first and then compares it to the price, something most investors (including myself) rarely do. If it’s a great company and its stock price is significantly below intrinsic value, he buys. He doesn’t look at the stock chart, he doesn’t go by technical analysis he just makes his decision regardless of past price movements.
Value Partners Asia ex-Japan Equity Fund has delivered a 60.7% return since its inception three years ago. In comparison, the MSCI All Counties Asia (ex-Japan) index has returned just 34% over the same period. The fund, which targets what it calls the best-in-class companies in "growth-like" areas of the market, such as information technology and Read More
Hardware For Software: The more apple controls the hardware the more power they will have have as a gatekeeper of software. This can be seen with Siri which acts as your personal assistant on the iPhone 4s and can perform web searches. Suddenly heading to the Google homepage is not your first stop. And of course the iTunes store has huge value and an ever expanding media library.
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