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  • Is This Buyback ETF Worth Following?

    Generally speaking, I tend to stay away from the ETF space as an investor. There are thousands of ETF products, which makes it difficult to choose the one that best fits my investing goals and the product itself is not without its drawbacks. Personally, I will either choose a tracker fund or individual stocks.

    However, the one ETF that recently caught my eye is the Dhandho Junoon ETF, which is interesting because it is managed by the same firm that is owned by well-known and respected value investor Mohnish Pabrai (Trades, Portfolio).  


  • Largest insider trades of the week

    The All-in-One Screener can be used to find insider trades from the past week. Under the Insiders tab, change the settings for All Insider Buying to “$5,0000,000+” and the duration to “January 2016” and All Insider Sales to “$5,000,000+.”


    According to the above filters, the following are trades from company insiders this week.

      


  • Shipping Stocks Are The Worst Performing Stocks Ever

    During the first decade of the new millennium, the shipping sector was what can only be described as a goldmine. The rise of China as a global trading superpower, an aging fleet and easy access to credit allowed shipping companies around the world to expand rapidly, plowing billions into new vessels that were quickly snapped up on trading routes. The rising demand for transportation capacity also sent spot rates for vessel charters skyrocketing improving the economics of shippers and making it look as if their rapid expansion was the right course of action. However, the financial crisis exposed these companies for what they were: overleveraged, inefficient, capital hungry disasters.


    Since the financial crisis, the shipping industry has struggled to turn a profit consistently. In fact, most of the industry has struggled to remain alive as charter rates have collapsed, extra capacity ordered in the boom years is no longer needed, and debt falls due. Even with rock-bottom interest rates many shipping companies have struggled to service their growing debts.

      


  • Dodge & Cox's Stock Fund 4th Quarter Commentary

    The Dodge & Cox Stock Fund had a total return of 10.7% for the fourth quarter of 2016, compared to 3.8% for the S&P 500 Index. For 2016, the Fund had a total return of 21.3%, compared to 12.0% for the S&P 500.

      


  • Endeavour Mining Corp talks with Acacia Mining about a merger

    As reported by Bloomberg, last Friday, Jan. 13, Endeavour Mining Corp (TSE:EDV) and Acacia Mining PLC(LON:ACA) had an exploratory talk about the possibility to create one of the biggest gold producers in the dark continent, through a merger.


    The discussion about a possible deal also concerns Barrick Gold Corporation (NYSE:ABX), since the world’s largest gold producer holds 64% stake in Acacia.

      


  • Mawer Canada's 4th Quarter Investment Newsletter

    President’s Message


    You may have heard us say, on more than one occasion, that market volatility and unpredictability are entirely normal. Our experiences over the last 40+ years have certainly reinforced that lesson. Yet even for us, 2016 felt unusual, with significant political game changers occurring such as Brexit and the election of Trump. But such a year serves to remind us that the best approach to investing in this unpredictable and rapidly changing world is to focus on the things we can control.

      


  • Hennessy Japan Fund Divests Sumitomo in 4th Quarter

    The Hennessy Japan Fund (Trades, Portfolio) sold its holding of Sumitomo Corp. (TSE:8053) in the final quarter of 2016.


    The fund was established in 2003 and is managed by Masakazu Takeda and Yu Shimizu. The fund invests in Japanese companies with strong businesses and management that trade at an appealing price in order to meet the goal of long-term capital appreciation. The managers employ in-depth analysis in order to identify stocks with a significant value gap. They manage a concentrated portfolio of 20 stocks valued at $119 million.

      


  • Amazon Delights Trump

    Donald Trump's press conference on Wednesday was the most talked about event last week but the most significant story in my view was the announcement from Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) that it plans to create 100,000 new full-time jobs in the U.S. over the next 18 months.


    That's a huge commitment by a single company and it puts an exclamation point to the sea change that is taking place in U.S. retailing. Only a few days before, Macy's (NYSE:M) and Sears (NASDAQ:SHLD) both announced nationwide store closures and layoffs after a disappointing Christmas season. Macy's will close 68 stores and shed 10,000 jobs while Sears will shutter 150 stores (most of which operate under the Kmart brand).

      


  • David Rolfe's Wedgewood Partners 4th Quarter Letter: Changing of the Guard

    Review and Outlook

      


  • General Motors Records Another Solid Year in China

    General Motors (NYSE:GM) and its joint venture partners in China sold 3.87 million vehicles in the mainland in 2016, registering yet another fantastic year for the automaker. This is an improvement of more than 7% despite witnessing a 2.3% fall in December sales. General Motors sold 434,799 vehicles in the last month of the year. The decline, however, could not stop the Detroit carmaker from posting impressive results for the year in the world’s hottest car market.


    A look at the year

      


  • BlackRock's ownership in Agnico Eagle Mine and Eldorado Gold Corp.

    BlackRock, Inc., a U.S. global investment company that operates in the asset management industry and is headquartered in New York City, exposes its assets to the gold industry through ownership in two Canadian gold mining stocks, Agnico Eagle Mine Ltd. (NYSE:AEM) and Eldorado Gold Corporation (NYSE:EGO).


    In Agnico Eagle Mines Limited, the investment company has ownership of 11.1% corresponding to a number of 25,046,051 shares of the miner.

      


  • How Donald Trump Could Make Day Trading Great Again

    Day traders love volatility, and it looks like there is going to be some action in the markets with Donald Trump taking office in just a matter of days. Now, whether you like him or not, Trump is making day trading great again and already creating opportunities.


    Active traders and investors are always on the hunt for market-moving catalysts. Traders, such as Dennis Dick, a proprietary trader at Bright Trading LLC, and Jason Bond know that Trump’s tweets and comments are market-moving catalysts and algorithms could be trading off Trump’s tweets.

      


  • Valero Energy: An Undervalued Dividend Stock With Significant Upside Potential

    Valero Energy (NYSE:VLO) is one of the few energy sector companies that have the ability to outperform in FY17 along with the capability of providing increased shareholder return. With oil prices expected to trend higher, I believe Valero Energy could be a good value pick. This article describes some of the key growth drivers for Valero Energy.


    Company Overview

      


  • 15 Best Stocks for Value Investors This Week

    I evaluated 53 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. I also put each company through the ModernGraham valuation model based on Benjamin Graham's value investing formulas in order to determine an intrinsic value for each. Out of those 53 companies, only 15 were found to be undervalued or fairly valued and suitable for either Defensive or Enterprising Investors. Therefore, these 15 companies are the best undervalued stocks of the week.


    The Elite

      


  • Why Nike Got Punished in 2016

    Nike (NKE) is a leading footwear brand, but you might be surprised to know that throughout 2016, shares of Nike kept on dropping, and the estimated drop was 19%. This drop gave Nike the reputation of worst-performing stock in 2016.


    On the other hand, the behemoth athletic wear company also faced difficulties because of decreasing sales, but as it has been making serious attempts to improve its sales, it really got a positive response from Wall Street.

      


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  • Beating the Market With 20% Returns

    2016 was the first year the Old School Value stock grading system we call the “Action Score” on our stock analysis software took to the streets.


    What is an Action Score?

      


  • Rowan Companies: A Likely Long-Term Value Creator

    I discussed Rowan Companies (NYSE:RDC) as one of the quality names in the offshore drilling industry when sentiments were bearish for the stock and industry. The stock has delivered 53% returns in the last four months and has been marginally lower to sideways in the recent past.


    There is significant long-term upside potential that remains in the stock.

      


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  • Weekly CFO Sells Highlight

    According to GuruFocus Insider Data, the recent chief financial officer (CFO) sells were FactSet Research Systems Inc. (NYSE:FDS) and CarMax Inc. (NYSE:KMX).


    FactSet Research Systems CFO sold 20,429 shares

      


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