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  • Weekly Guru Bargains Highlights: SBUX, EC, FCX, NOV, PBR.A

    According to GuruFocus updates, these stocks have declined the most since Gurus have bought.

    Starbucks Corp (SBUX): Down 34% Since Jim Simons (Trades, Portfolio) Bought In the Quarter Ended on 2014-12-31  


  • Weekly CEO Buys Highlight: BH, GRIF, BXMT, OPK, RHP

    According to GuruFocus Insider Data, these are the largest CEO buys during the past week. The overall trend of CEOs is illustrated in the chart below:


    Biglari Holdings Inc (BH): Chairman and CEO, 10% Owner Sardar Biglari, Bought 6,618 Shares

      


  • Caterpillar Targeting $50 Million Revenue For Current Fiscal

    Caterpillar Inc. (CAT), the world leading corporation in the manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, is aiming to bring in revenue of $50 million for this year. So says their CEO Douglas R. Oberhelman in a recent interview. This optimism follows a better than expected first quarter results for the mining and equipment maker. Caterpillar said it earned $12.7 billion which is better than the $12.38 billion returns forecasted by Wall Street. In the TV interview Oberhelman did say he was pleased but warns that he is not expecting a repeat of this quarter for the remainder of 2015.


    Reasons for outlook

      


  • Quad/ Graphics Wins Back Hearst Magazine’s $500 Million Printing Contract

    Quad/Graphics Inc. (QUAD) will continue to be the primary printer for publications such as Esquire, Good Housekeeping and Cosmopolitan after securing a new long-term agreement with Hearst Magazines, valued at over $500 million.


    Quad/Graphics, Inc. is a leading American printing company, founded by Harry Quadracci in 1971, and headquartered in Sussex, Wisconsin. The company owns 39 printing facilities in the United States, and has facilities throughout Europe, Canada, and Latin America, providing a diverse range of print and related products, services and solutions. Quad prints a number of magazines, which includes BusinessWeek, Milwaukee Magazine, Sports Illustrated, Time, and People.

      


  • Ford Sees A Temporary Lull In Hybrid Car Sales

    Ford motor (F) is one of the leading automobile companies. They, like many other automobile companies, have looked to move to greener vehicles. Some of these are hybrid; plug in hybrids and all electric cars. Some of the cars Ford manufactures in this class are the Ford C-Max hybrid, Ford Fusion and the Ford Energi.


    Past hybrid sales scenario

      


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  • Hotchkis & Wiley First Quarter 2015 Large Cap Diversified Value Commentary

    Following six years of positive returns, the S&P 500 Index opened 2015 with a modest +1.0% return in the first quarter. The unprecedented corporate cost-cutting measures and general economic recovery following the financial crisis has fueled impressive earnings growth. Over the last six years, the S&P 500 is up +194% cumulatively. While such a rampant appreciation of market prices would normally give us pause, equity valuations are scarcely higher than historical averages due to these robust earnings.


    After six years of zero interest rate policy, investors are acutely focused on the Federal Reserve’s plan to taper its lax monetary policy. Equity investors are not fully insulated from such actions, however, we believe the effect on equities should be more subdued than many investors expect. Firstly, increasing interest rates are often correlated with positive economic developments, which is good for corporate cash flows. Secondly, long bond rates are a component of the cost of capital used to discount corporate cash flows. Fed tapering should impact short term interest rates disproportionately to long term rates, which already reflect expectations of a less intrusive Fed. Finally, the premium equity investors require above treasuries is considerably higher than historical averages. If interest rates rise, we may see a reversion of the equity premium back to normal levels, resulting in equity prices remaining stable despite higher interest rates.

      


  • Arnold Van Den Berg's Century Management Energy Industry Update

    Over the past nine months, the decline in the price of oil, as well as the decline in the stock prices of many energy and energy-related service companies, has caused a great deal of uncertainty for investors. The big fear among many investors today is that the U.S. energy industry will experience a repeat of the 1986 oil crash, which lasted a decade in North America. We believe it is the fear of this “repeat” that has brought many energy company valuations down to levels we have not seen since that time.


    On the surface, there are many similarities between the late 1980’s and today, with the most obvious being the significant decline in the price of oil. If nothing else, we believe it is this decline in price that has increased the level of fear and anxiety about owning energy-related companies. However, we also believe there are material differences that make a repeat of the prolonged 1980’s energy bust a low probability event. In this report, we hope to address many of these concerns by highlighting the differences between the current energy environment and other energy market declines over the past 35 years, specifically that which occurred in the 1980’s.

      


  • Apparel has been developed by Canadian designer Joseph Mimran, with a fashion savvy shopper in mind. The result, a mix of quality basics and on

    vests during the spring, because layering has become more common for men in order to mix and match different textures and colors, the use of vests Plus Things We Loved About London

    Katy Perry has hooked up with Claire's Accessories to create one hell of a jewellery range - and we've got a up - we love it! On that theme, trays work too: mix and match 's assorted and affordable designs, shapes and sizes.  


  • eHealth (EHTH) Surprise Quarterly Numbers, Aaron's (AAN) Solid Profitability

    http://finance.crwe-pr.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/ehth.jpgeHealth, Inc. (EHTH)


    Shares of EHTH soared $2.06 (or +18.01%) to $13.50 on Friday's trading session after the company delivered its quarterly financial results with profit and revenue numbers that exceeded analysts' expectations, driven by acceleration in Medicare commission revenue growth, better than expected Individual and Family Plan revenue and a continued expansion of its ancillary product business.

      


  • John Paulson Buys 12% Stake in Synthesis Energy Systems

    John Paulson (Trades, Portfolio), hedge fund manager of the $19.3 billion Paulson & Co. hedge fund, has established a stake in a new position, Synthesis Energy Systems Inc. (SYMX).


    Paulson bought 10 million shares of Synthesis Energy Systems on April 14, according to GuruFocus Real Time Picks. The holding represents 11.7% of the company’s shares outstanding.

      


  • Warren Buffett’s Top 10 Dividend Stocks with the Highest Yields

    Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio) is arguably the greatest investor of all time. He has grown his wealth by investing in and acquiring business with strong competitive advantages trading at fair or better prices. This investment style has served Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio) well – his net worth is now over $70 billion.

    A total of 89.5% of Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio)’s portfolio is invested in dividend stocks. Many of these dividend stocks have paid rising dividends over decades. Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio) prefers to invest in shareholder friendly businesses with long track records of success. It happens that dividend stocks with long histories of dividend increases match what Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio) looks for in a stock investment.  


  • Why Chipotle Is a Good Buy Especially After its Q1 2015 Earnings

    Quick service restaurant chain Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG) reported its fiscal 2015 first quarter numbers on April 21. While the company posted better than anticipated earnings per share, it failed to meet the analyst expectations related to the top-line and this pushed the stock price down slightly. So, should investors stay away from this restaurant stock? Definitely not. Instead, this is a great time to start or expand position in the stock. Here’s a quick look at what all went on during the quarter and what makes it good to buy the stock at the moment.


    Key takeaways of the quarter
      



  • Boeing Records Stronger Deliveries, But 787 Dreamliner Disappoints Investors

    Boeing (BA) released its first quarter earnings on Wednesday that topped Street expectations, thanks to the solid deliveries during the quarter. However, the company’s shares dropped 1.5% during the day as investors were disappointed on account of negative free cash flow and growing Dreamliner deferred cost. However, so far this year, the aerospace stock has gained more than 15%. Let’s scan the quarter results and look deeper to get a few insights.


    The quarter numbers
      



  • Professor Jeremy Siegel Thinks We See Dow 20,000 This Year But The Fed Needs To Go Slow

    According to Jeremy Siegel companies with high price to earnings ratios of 25 to 30 like many technology stocks will require perfect earnings results to push their stock prices higher.


    Siegel thinks that the overall market trading at 18 times earnings does not need perfection.

      


  • A New Monish Pabrai Video - Just Released By The Dakshana Foundation

    Monish Pabrai is a man capable of wearing many hats.


    First, he made himself into a millionaire by building and then selling a business. He did that in his spare time while also having a full time job.

      


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  • Corsair Capital Q1 2015 Investor Letter



  • Teva Puts Forth Its Best Bid To Acquire Mylan

    Teva Pharmaceuticals (TEVA) and Mylan Inc. (MYL) are both the greatest of rivals in the world dominated by generic drugs. In the beginning of April, Mylan Inc. had placed a bid of $28.9 billion to acquire Perigo Co. (PRGO). Within two weeks of such an announcement, it rival Teva has placed a counter-bid to acquire it and become the largest generic company in the World. Though there is information that Mylan has initially disposed the bid stating cultural differences between the two generic companies, Teva remains confident of acquiring its immediate contender shortly. Let’s get to the facts of the story and decipher how this acquisition would benefit the two companies in the long run.


    The deal details

      


  • American Airlines’ Q1 Remains Upbeat, But Future Guidance Remains Weak

    The largest U.S. airline, American Airlines (AAL), posted its first quarter fiscal results for the year 2015 on this Friday and as expected by analysts and investors the airline was benefitted by the low oil prices that aided in reporting record first quarter profits. However, the management has taken a cautious stand while forecasting the second quarter earnings since currency whirlwinds are playing a negative role impacting the top-line of the airline and this trend is expected to continue into the near future. Let’s quickly get into the financial playbook of the U.S. airline to find out what major facts were shared during the earnings presentation.


    Earnings meet expectations, though revenue misses the bus

      


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