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  • ACI Partnership Fund: A Needle in the Haystack

    "While there are some Warren Buffett in the world, identifying one is like finding a needle in the haystack", Burton Malkiel, Economist, Princeton University.

    Mr. Malkiel was probably not too far from reality, as very few individuals have been able to outperform the market over time. However, he probably didn’t know about GuruFocus.com, which follows the best investors, those with proven track records and who usually outperform the market in the long term.


  • Ralph Lauren Has Potential for Growth

    Ralph Lauren Corporation (RL) is a leader in the design, marketing and distribution of premium lifestyle products in four categories: apparel, home, accessories and fragrances. For more than 47 years, Ralph Lauren's reputation and distinctive image have been consistently developed across an expanding number of products, brands and international markets.

    It has shown very strong earnings growth over the last several years. Over the past five years, the price rose 85% and has a healthy dividend yield of 1.39%.


  • The Best Way to Judge Past Performance: Part Two

    On virtually every financial website on the planet, there is a never-ending daily stream of stock tips and recommendations. Consequently, the investing public is flooded with information and advice regarding what stock to buy today or not to buy. Some of what is offered is supported by factual information and logic, but unfortunately, much of what is offered is merely based on the opinion of the author. This presents quite a challenge to the prudent prospective investor seeking sound advice or guidance. The recommendations are presented and it is left up to the individual to act on the advice or not based on the content as written.

    In addition to a barrage of information on what stocks to buy, there is also a proliferation of advice alleging to tell the investor what they ought to do. There are pundits who strongly recommend virtually every type of investing philosophy or strategy available. Some are adamant about investing in passive investments such as index mutual funds or ETFs. Others recommend constructing portfolios based on the careful selection of individual stocks. These are just a few of the many “ought to’s” that are often vigorously offered as the one and only choice.


  • Hennessy Japan Small Cap Fund Adds 10 Stakes to Portfolio

    The Hennessy Japan Small Cap Fund (Trades, Portfolio) prefers to invest in companies that are thought to be good businesses with exceptional management trading at attractive prices, based on the assessments of the firm’s portfolio managers. That approach produced returns of nearly 9%, slightly more than 33% and almost 13% in 2014, 2013 and 2012, respectively.

    Hennessy Japan Small Cap Fund (Trades, Portfolio) added 10 stakes to its portfolio in the second quarter that ended April 30.


  • Luxor Capital Group Buys High-Yield Company Terraform

    Luxor Capital Group, LP is an employee owned hedge fund sponsor. The firm provides its services to pooled investment vehicles. It invests in the public equity and fixed income markets across the globe. The portfolio is composed of 45 stocks and has a total value of $5,883 million.

    According to a recent SC 13G form that is used when the filer owns between 5% and 20% of the company and plans to hold it only as a passive investor, the hedge fund now owns 5.1% of Terraform Power Inc (TERP) with 3,925,137 shares. This is a new position for the hedge fund and the trade was done on June 19.


  • Third Avenue Value Fund Invests in Homebuilding Companies During Q2

    Two of Third Avenue Value Fund’s three new holdings are in the homebuilding sector, reflecting the fund’s faith in the strengthening U.S. housing market.

    In the shareholder letter for the second quarter ended April 30, the portfolio managers wrote that a combination of favorable demographics, loosening financial constraints, and better economic trends will provide steady improvement for the housing market in the fund’s investment horizon.


  • Steven Romick Sells Stakes in 4 Companies

    Steven Romick (Trades, Portfolio) is the portfolio manager of FPA Crescent Fund. The Absolute Fixed Income Strategy aims to generate a positive absolute return through a combination of income and capital appreciation. To achieve this goal, they employ a total return strategy using investments in fixed income securities that focus on income, appreciation and capital preservation.

    The portfolio is composed of 65 stocks and during the first quarter of the year (Q1 2015), the investor mainly increased his existing stakes as reported in this article. However, he also reduced his stake in three companies and sold out one.


  • Nintai Returns: Q2 2015

    Portfolio results

    The markets were relatively flat during the quarter. The S&P 500TR was down by (0.86)%, the Morningstar Total US Equity Index was down (1.20)% and the Nintai Proxy (70% Vanguard US Equities Total Market Index, 15% Vanguard Global Equities Total Market Index, and 15% Cash) was down (0.84)%. The Nintai Portfolio beat the averages gaining 0.55% net all fees. Year-to-date (YTD) the S&P 500TR is up 0.96%, the Morningstar Total US Equity Index is up 0.88%, and the Nintai Proxy is up 1.03%. The Nintai Portfolio is up 8.82% YTD net all fees.


  • Capital One Financial – Still Undervalued

    Capital One Financial Corp (COF) is a diversified financial services holding company, providing banking and non-banking financial products and services to consumers, small businesses and commercial clients through more than 1000 branches, the internet and other distribution channels. COF now serves more than 45 million customer accounts across New York, Louisiana, Texas, Maryland, Virginia, New Jersey and the District of Columbia. COF is also developing a growing presence in Europe and Canada and operates the largest online direct banking platform in the United States. COF’s flagship products and services include bank lending, treasury management and depository services, credit and debit card products, auto loans and mortgage loans.

    The business is divided into three business segments: Credit Card, Consumer Banking and Commercial Banking. There is also an “other segment,” which includes the management of its corporate investment portfolio and the asset/liability management services of its centralized Corporate Treasury group.


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    Is this a good buy right now or is it going to continue to flounder 7/1/2015 .15 cents per share ?  

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