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  • The Real Money Is Earned In Down Markets

    Talk about a wild ride! The last two weeks have seen huge swings in the stock markets, up and down, as investors around the world try to figure out if we're about to plunge back into a global recession or are poised for an accelerating recovery on the strength of strong U.S. GDP growth.


    The mood shifts daily, even hourly, as new data is released. Here are some thoughts that may help you weather the turmoil and put yourself in a position to profit from it.

      


  • Weekly Insider Sells Highlight: FOX, FEYE, PG, STX

    According to GuruFocus Insider Data, the largest insider sells during the past week were: Twenty-First Century Fox Inc, FireEye Inc, Proctor & Gamble Co, and Seagate Technology PLC.


    The overall trend of insiders is illustrated in the chart below:

      


  • Weekly CFO Buys Highlight: SunEdison Inc, Genpact Ltd, GenMark Diagnostics Inc.

    According to GuruFocus Insider Data, the recent CFO buys were: SunEdison Inc. (NYSE:SUNE), Genpact Ltd (NYSE:G), and GenMark Diagnostics Inc. (NASDAQ:GNMK).


    SunEdison Inc. (NYSE:SUNE): EVP, CAO and CFO Brian Wuebbels bought 50,000 shares

      


  • Can Paul Tudor Jones Fix Camp Inequality?

    Famed investor Paul Tudor Jones (Trades, Portfolio) believes that we’re headed for trouble if we don’t shrink the wealth gap. His solution? Pressure companies to be more just.



    On the tony Belle Haven peninsula in Greenwich, Conn., overlooking Long Island Sound, sits a massive neoclassical house that looks as if it could have been transplanted from the University of Virginia campus, the alma mater of the property’s owner: hedge fund billionaire Paul Tudor Jones (Trades, Portfolio) II. A mansion on Greenwich’s gold coast might not be the most obvious place to go looking for solutions to America’s growing wealth gap. Yet it was there two years ago that Jones began hatching a plan to shrink the widening chasm between rich and poor.  


  • Tom Russo Adds to Long-Time Holding in Philip Morris

    Tom Russo (Trades, Portfolio) looks for value and price when making stock selections. If the firm in which he is a general partner with responsibility for $3 billion, Semper Vic Partners, can be said to reflect the influence of his investing philosophy, its success is undeniable. Semper Vic Partners has produced returns of 6.1%, 21.9% and 24.4% in the last three years.


    Russo’s most significant second-quarter acquisition was his addition of 334,598 shares to his stake in Philip Morris International Inc. (NYSE:PM), a cigarette and tobacco company headquartered in New York City and a fixture in his portfolio, for an average price of $82.16 per share. The deal had a 0.24% impact on Russo’s portfolio.

      


  • Buy an Unstoppable Trend at an Unbeatable Price

    I don’t always have to like a particular trend or the products driving it to accept the inevitability of its progression. As a value oriented investor, my focus is on finding undervalued businesses with exceptional future prospects, so I can purchase them today at a substantial discount and sell in a few years at a handsome profit.


    As an older investor, smaller devices that are popular with the younger set are always becoming more difficult for me to use due to lessening dexterity in my fingers and worsening eyesight that makes it increasingly difficult to see the smaller and smaller displays. However, just because it doesn’t work well for me doesn’t mean that there is not an excellent investment opportunity to be found in this rapidly evolving sector.

      


  • Officers and Directors Say "It's Time to Buy"

    Real Money Trading - Extremely Bullish



    A reliable 'Real Money" indicator is at its most positive reading in more than a year

      


  • Last Week Was Ripe for Buying Stocks

    This week has been one of the most volatile in recent market history. This created opportunites for investors to purchase shares in companies that are on their wish list. Legendary investor John Templeton said that investors should keep a wishlist of companies stocks that they want to own. This week, investors should have been pulling out that wish list and started purchasing those stocks. This is why investors like John Templeton and Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio) keep large cash reserves to purchase cheap stock when markets are tanking. I have a wish list of stock which includes IBM (NYSE:IBM), Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC), JP Morgan (NYSE:JPM), Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS), and Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL). Every one of these companies fell massively earlier last week and you could have purchased shares on the cheap.


    IBM (NYSE:IBM):

      


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  • The Best Companies of the Oil and Gas Industry - August 2015

    A GlimpseWhile ModernGraham supports the bottom-up approach to investing, many investors do utilize the top-down method, whereby an industry is selected before the company itself. With that in mind, this article will take a brief look at the best companies of the oil & gas industry, selecting the most promising investment opportunities within the industry, and giving a broad look into the industry as a whole.


    Out of the more than 550 companies reviewed by ModernGraham, 48 were identified as being closely related to the oil & gas industry. Of those, only three are suitable for the Defensive Investor, six are suitable for the Enterprising Investor, and the remaining 39 are considered speculative at this time. Excluding any extreme outliers, the average company was rated as being priced at 108.76% to its MG Value (estimated intrinsic value), with an average PEmg ratio of 20.34. The industry as a whole, therefore would appear to be fairly valued, particularly in comparison to the market (see Mr. Market's Mental State).

      


  • Think Twice Before Following Warren Buffett Into Phillips 66

    Berkshire Hathaway has disclosed a $4.5 billion stake in Phillips 66 (NYSE:PSX). Phillips 66 is organized into four operating segments: Midstream, Chemicals, Refining, and Marketing & Specialities. It might turn out to be a great investment, but before you piggyback off Buffett, I urge readers to research and make independent judgements. Earlier in the year, I looked at Phillips 66 when it was selling in the mid 60’s. I passed. Obviously now that it’s $77 per share, I wish I owned some. However, any profit that I would have enjoyed would have been from dumb luck. I passed on Phillips 66 because there was no way for me to predict the crack spread or to have confidence in its future earnings.


    What is a crack spread? The technical definition of crack spread is the difference between market prices for refined petroleum products and crude oil. The most common crack spread term is the 3-2-1 crack spread which is three barrels of crude oil producing two barrels of gasoline and one barrel of diesel. For Phillips 66, their profitability is influenced by the price differential between Brent crude prices and West Texas Intermediate (WTI) prices. Phillips 66 takes crude oil and refines it into a finished product. The Energy Policy and Conservation Act of 1975 prevents U.S. oil companies from exporting most crude oils. That means U.S. refiners have access to WTI oil and international refiners don’t. As a result, when WTI is lower than Brent Crude which comes from the North Sea, U.S. refiners like Phillips 66 enjoy a cost advantage. While U.S. oil producers are restricted from exporting crude oil, refiners are allowed to export their product.

      


  • Kingsway Arms Retirement Residences Inc. Announces Exercise of Common Stock Options/Common Share Purchase Warrants and Early Warning Notice of Chairman Dan Amadori


  • Shutterstock CEO Buys 100,000 Shares of Company

    Jonathan Oringer (Insider Trades), CEO and 10% owner of Shutterstock Inc. (SSTK), bought 100,000 shares on Aug. 27. The average price per share was $32.56, for a total transaction amount of $3,256,000. Shutterstock is a global provider of high-quality licensed photographs, vectors, illustrations, videos, and music to businesses, marketing agencies, and media organizations. SSTK’s market cap is $1.22 billion, and P/S ratio is 3.10.


    Oringer bought 100,000 shares in one transaction, and sold 2,530,000 shares in one transaction since September 2013. The volume of insider sells decreased from 5,780,000 in 2013, to 155,000 in 2014, and then again to 11,367 shares from January to August 2015. The number of insider sells did not follow the same pattern, increasing from 8 to 21, then to 3 from 2013 to 2015. There were no insider buys on the company from November 2012 to July 2015. 1440869289913.png 1440869299565.png The volume and number of insider sells is directly related to SSTK month end price. For more information about insider transactions with SSTK, click here.

      


  • The 'Mel Brooks' Stock Market

    The ‘Mel Brooks’ Stock Market



    Did you let emotion cost you big bucks last week?

      


  • Euclid Advisors' Largest Buys During the Second Quarter

    At the end of the second quarter of 2015, hedge fund Euclid Advisors reported a total value of its portfolio of $5,065 million, with a decrease of 6.96% since the previous quarter. During the quarter, it bought 249 new stocks and increased 97 of its stakes. The following are the most heavily weighted buys during the quarter.



      


  • The 19 Best Stocks for Value Investors This Week

    We evaluated 25 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. We 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 25 companies, only 19 were found to be undervalued or fairly valued and suitable for either Defensive or Enterprising Investors.


    Here's a summary of those 19 best stocks for value investors this week.

      


  • Market Opportunity Fades

    Oversold equities from Monday’s market selloff created a buying opportunity that may have faded as the market stabilizes. Guy Adami of Private Advisor Group recaps the volatile trading week in an interview Friday with CNBC.


      


  • The Fed’s Dennis Lockhart on U.S. Economic Indicators

    U.S. market indexes ended higher after a volatile trading week. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 1.09% for the week led by Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) and Intel (NASDAQ:INTC). The week included gross domestic product and inflation data reports which provided greater transparency around the U.S. economy’s growth and price stability. To end the week, economists convened at the annual Jackson Hole Symposium to discuss inflation dynamics. Dennis Lockhart, the Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank president and a current member of the Federal Open Market Committee, is among the attendees at the Jackson Hole Symposium. In an interview at the Symposium, Lockhart gave his insight on the U.S. economy’s gross domestic production, labor market and current inflation level.


      


  • Dundee Corporation Announces Its Interest in Oban Mining Corporation Pursuant to Arrangement


  • Coates International, Ltd. Director, Mr. Jack Perkowski, Presently in China, Shares His Expert Knowledge and Perspective on the China Economy in CCTV-America Interview During Extreme Stock Market Volatility Last Week


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