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  • Nike Earns A Fabulous Report In Q2, Is On The Growth Mode

    Nike (NKE) reported its second quarter earnings on December 18, and beat analysts’ estimates in terms of both top and bottom line. Also as the apparel market is at its boom phase, the product line of Nike is growing beyond imagination. In fact Nike expects its women’s business to be driving $7 billion in sales by 2017 fiscal year. Investors and analysts were a bit perturbed after the results were out leading to a slump in the stock, but soon it revived on the same day of trading. Let’s dig in deeper to find out the key highlights of the second quarter of Nike.


  • Fonu2 Announces Capital Markets Strategic Plan

  • Foran Announces Closing Non-Brokered Flow-Through Financing for Proceeds of $1.6M

  • North American Energy Partners Purchases $6.267 Million of Its 9.125% Series 1 Senior Unsecured Debentures Due 2017

  • Gerri Greenham Transfers Shares of Solarvest BioEnergy Inc.

  • NioCorp Grants Stock Options

  • Buy U. S. Silica Now And Enjoy Triple Digit Profits From The Misplaced Fear Of Others

    Value investing legend Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio) says to “be fearful when others are greedy and greedy when others are fearful. Resource investing legend Rick Rule like to say that when it comes to commodity investing, you are either a contrarian or you are broke. The recent collapse in oil prices present us with an exceptional opportunity to combine that valuable advice and be a greedy contrarian investor today while buying the deeply undervalued and misunderstood shares of U.S. Silca Holdings (SLCA).

    Why does this opportunity exist?


  • Bottom Fishing In The Oil Patch?

    Oil stocks have taken a massive tumble over the past month. I beleive that Oil Prices will revert back to $90 per barrel within 3 years. Some babies have been thrown out with the bathwater. I am looking for high quality names selling for bargain prices.Screening for stocks with High Return on Equity and Low Price to Earnings multiple have generated some ideas for investing within the beaten down sector.It feels much better to buy stocks while they’re rising. But it’s usually smarter to buy after they have fallen. My best investing has been done whenever I have been terrified.

    Crude Oil per Barrel


  • Can Honda’s Hold In The U.S. Solidify With the 2015 Accord?

    The Accord has been Honda’s (HMC) top selling car in the U.S. market, helping the carmaker give Toyota (TM) Camry a tough run for its money. The Accord has evolved over the years, and with every passing year the popularity of the car has gone up. Honda has continued to give the Accord regular facelift to suit the taste of the buyers. However, as far as the styling is concerned, the carmaker sticks to the basics since that has worked for the company all these years. The 2015 Accord, however, proves that mid-size sedans may not be actually boring.

    Accord – Honda’s recipe to success

  • Guru Stocks at 52-Week Lows: HSBC, SNY, WBK, DCM, BBVA

    According to GuruFocus list of 52-week lows, these Guru stocks have reached their 52-week lows.

    HSBC Holdings PLC (HSBC) Reached the 52-Week Low of $47.78


  • A Prominent Venture Capitalist Sees Potential In Medovex Corp

    We all generally look to hedge fund or mutual fund managers to be our “gurus” and source of investment ideas. To be sure investors like Berkowitz, Ackman and Klarman are great idea sources.

    But these guys get rich by taking a fee from managing the money of other people. Less well covered are the “gurus” who get rich by investing their own capital repeatedly. These are the investors who are really making concentrated bets and doing incredibly thorough research before doing so.


  • Weekly CEO Buys Highlight: ENH, JRVR, RM, RYN, CLMS

    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:

    Endurance Specialty Holdings Ltd (ENH): Chmn & CEO John Charman Bought 150,000 Shares


  • Weekly Guru Bargains Highlights: PBR, CEO, WMB, APC, HAL

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

    Petroleo Brasileiro SA Petrobras (PBR): Down 56% Since Ken Fisher (Trades, Portfolio) Bought In the Quarter Ended on 2014-09-30


  • The U.S. Dollar And The Cone Of Uncertainty

    The beginning of a U.S. dollar bull market

    Currencies are not supposed to have large movements in short spans of time and certainly not violent moves such as we have recently seen with the Russian ruble. Relatively stable currencies – ones that make moves measured in single digits over multiple years – are what you want to see for stable trade and world GDP growth. Violent moves like the ruble’s signal that something is seriously wrong, so wrong that it may well precipitate a deep recession. You very seldom if ever see a similarly rapid upward move in a currency. (Off the top of my head, I can’t think of one, but surely somewhere in history… and if I said “never,” I would probably be corrected by my astute readers.)


  • Causeway International Value Fund 3Q 2014 Letter to Shareholders

    For the fiscal year ended September 30, 2014, Causeway International Value (Trades, Portfolio) Fund’s (the “Fund’s”) Institutional Class returned 5.00% and Investor Class returned 4.69% compared to the MSCI EAFE Index (Gross) (“EAFE Index”) return of 4.70%. Since the Fund’s inception on October 26, 2001, its average annual total returns are 8.97% for the Institutional Class and 8.70% for the Investor Class compared to the EAFE Index’s average annual total return of 7.05%. At fiscal year-end, the Fund had net assets of $6.685 billion.

    Performance Review  

  • Mindich Dabbles in Favored Stocks in Third Quarter

    When you look at the portfolio of Eric Mindich (Trades, Portfolio), founder of Eton Park Capital Management, one thing that jumps out at you is his preference for stocks in communications, healthcare and energy. He likes other types of stocks, too, but those are clearly his favorites. Combined, they account for more than 38% of his holdings.

    He traded in many of those types of stocks in the third quarter.


  • Peter Lynch Portfolio - Option Trade Alert

    Peter Lynch Portfolio 29 – Trade Alert


  • Ford's Long-Term Prospects Are Strong

    Ford’s (F) recently reported results that turned out to be quite solid, but all was not well with The Blue Oval. Let us take a look what the company has in store for investors and how does it plan to address the European conundrum.

    The European market


  • Mawer Funds Commentary - Thrill Ride or Smooth Path?

    The scenery in Calgary is wonderful, great for outdoor activities. Just this summer, Kara, a member of our Research team started mountain biking. She liked this adventurous form of recreation so much, she invested in new gear and jumped at the opportunity to register for a 24-hour mountain biking marathon. To our relief, Kara returned from the marathon primarily intact—albeit fairly bruised. But it is certainly hard to blame her for taking the risk. The inspiring stories that we hear from our CIO Jim, an experienced mountain bike racer, are hard to resist acting out for ourselves. I have to confess that I started biking this year, too. The difference is that I bike to the office on a smooth, safe path along the river. In comparison to Jim and Kara’s biking excursions this may seem boring, but Jim has years of biking experience under his helmet; and as for Kara, suffice it to say, I am glad she returned mostly unscathed.

    In investing, it is also alluring to dive right in and try a stock picking approach that seems to work well for others. For example, one could identify a long-term trend and then invest in a company that could take a lion's share of the expected increase in sales from the trend. While this may seem easy, we have found that it takes a lot of research and due diligence for this approach to prove successful.

  • Whole Foods Market: A Short SWOT Analysis

    By: Justin Hellman

    It’s been a challenging year for Whole Foods Market (WFM), with its large-cap shares declining over 15% thus far in 2014. The main problem has been a deceleration in same-store sales growth, resulting, we think, from stepped-up competition, particularly from value-oriented grocery chains and mass merchandisers. Indeed, comps are now running well below the company’s long-standing 6% target. This has offset expense reductions and share-net benefits from stock buybacks. Moreover, the comp slowdown has spooked many on Wall Street, and led to a contraction in the issue’s P/E multiple. Business showed signs of perking up during the fourth quarter of fiscal 2014 (ended September 28), however, with earnings of $0.35 a share surpassing the consensus view by $0.03. And numerous traffic-boosting initiatives look promising, suggesting that a same-store sales turnaround may not be too far off. So what are investors to do now: build positions or steer clear of this high-profile name until visibility improves? In this brief article, we will attempt to address this key question by taking a look at Whole Foods’ operations and performing an easy-to-follow SWOT analysis of the company, evaluating its Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats.


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