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  • CBS Corp - Navigating the Media Challenges Well

    In my last article I’ve shared my thoughts on the media companies in general. In this article I will briefly introduce CBS Corp’s (NYSE:CBS) in terms of business model, how CBS has positioned the company to industry changes, earnings growth driver and risks. This article should by no means be construed as a recommendation. My intention is to discuss qualitative factors


    CBS Corp (NYSE:CBS) is a leading mass media giant. It has a great asset mix of broadcasting networks, television stations, premium cable networks and TV production studios. The Company is going through a multi-year transition from a heavy advertising-dependent model to a more diversified and higher margin revenue mix model. CBS’s growth in the next few years is very visible and predictable driven by retransmission and reverse compensation growth, international syndication and licensing fees growth, and continuous expansion and monetization of the new digital distribution channel.

      


  • How General Electric is Re-Positioning Itself for Dividend Growth

    Published December 3rd, 2016 by Bob Ciura


    The U.S. is now seven years out from the official end of the Great Recession. But despite this, bad memories still linger for General Electric (NYSE:GE) investors…

      


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    Now I’ve written at least one other article on this: Numerator vs Denominator. (If you have time, it is a good summary article.) The basic idea is this: in the long-run stocks benefit from growth in the economy. In the short-run, growth in the economy can push up the demand for capital because new and existing businesses need investment, and the cost of capital rises as a result. Second, as the economy grows, sometimes resources other than capital are proven to be in short supply, e.g., labor and resources. GDP may grow, but in certain contexts, profits as a share of GDP can shrink, and the share going to wages, resources, and interest may grow.


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    Remember that your mind is very powerful and can be your main enemy when it comes to losing weight. What you think of yourself and Diabazole Reviews what you tell yourself can have negative repercussions. Keep your thoughts positive.


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  • Warren Buffett Shares His Thoughts About the Election

    Lost in the commotion after the election was an interview of Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio) sharing his thoughts about the outcome. I was not aware of it. In the video posted below, interviewer, Poppy Harlow, asks questions covering President Elect Trump’s proposals during the campaign, why Buffett supported Hillary Clinton, the stock market, and President Obama’s legacy. It’s clear Buffett tries to be as non-controversial as possible as he deflects questions intended to make him voice any fears about a Trump presidency. As hard as Buffett tries to deflect concerns about Trump’s temperament, he still admits that rogue nations like North Korea concern him.


    When asked about the stock market, Buffett gives his standard answer that the stock market will be higher irrespective of who’s in the White House. When asked if a Trump presidency will change the way he does business, it seems like Buffett is in the same boat as everyone else. He expects the campaign rhetoric to differ drastically from the post-election proposals but he doesn’t know what the final proposals will actually look like. Buffett adds that he was buying certain stocks prior to the election with the expectation that Clinton would win. He continued adding to the same positions after the Trump victory.

      


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  • Weekly Top Insider Buys Highlight for the Week of Dec. 2

    Weekly Top Insider Buys Highlight for the Week of Dec. 2


    The largest Insider Buys were for The Home Depot Inc (NYSE:HD), Sempra Energy (NYSE:SRE), Analog Devices Inc (NASDAQ:ADI), and Edwards Lifesciences Corp (NYSE:EW).

      


  • Fluidigm Corp (FLDM) President & CEO Stephen Christopher Linthwaite Bought $349,800 of Shares


  • Jokes, Analogies and Anecdotes in Warren Buffett’s Shareholder Letters

    In the previous article we collected the jokes that Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio) used in his shareholder letters. He also used a lot of analogies and anecdotes in his shareholder letters. He likes to use simple analogies to make his ideas easy to understand. These are of those he used in his shareholder letters.  


  • Low-Priced Retail Stocks Gurus Shopped for Ahead of Holiday Season

    Those interested in out-of-favor stocks can’t look much further than retail. In a market routinely hitting all-time highs, the consumer discretionary sector’s 1.42% one-year return makes it the worst performing, second only to health care. But the statistics for apparel and department stores are much worse, and the upcoming crucial holiday season may not help.


    Belying the worsening picture for traditional retailers were a 0.8% rise in retail and food services sales in October and 2.9% increase for the 10 months ended in October, compared to the comparable periods. At the same August-October period, clothing and accessories eked out a 0.5% gain, and sales at in general merchandise including department stores were dropping 5.2%, according to data from the Census Bureau.

      


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