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  • Market Volatility?! What We're Doing Now

    I awoke this morning feeling like something of a villain. It was like I was rooting for the super villain in some Marvel action movie, or for an older crowd….. KAOS in that classic TV comedy Get Smart. No I didn't have a sinister master plan, or a bunch of destructive gadgets…..instead I was hoping for something out of my control, but no less painful to other people. I awoke hoping for a crash in global equity markets.


    In reality I know a global crash is fairly unlikely, but I crave the type of volatility that creates/unlocks opportunity. No I'm not a doom sayer, nor do I believe Greece's troubles are actually globally significant. I see Greece more as a symptom than a disease. The root disease is cheap credit, leading to the miss allocation of capital. To be more clear, it appear to me that a confluence of forces are converging to roil global equity and debt markets. At the same time Greece has ordered their banks closed for the week, and instituted capital controls, China's central auditor formally announced that regional governments and state run conglomerates had "cooked their books" to the tune of tens of billions of non existent profits in recent years. Then, on the very same day, the Governor of Puerto Rico announced that the island is in a "death spiral" of debt and can not possibly repay their current debts given a shrinking tax base and over spending. Meanwhile, investors have been gearing up for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates in the fall….margin debt is at all time record high levels in the US……and to top it all off….US equities are currently in year 6 of a bull market. So to recap, debt troubles at the same time as geopolitical risk, and a stock market whose run is getting a little long in the tooth. Sounds like potential opportunity to me!

      


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  • Fun Fun Fun ...'Til Her Daddy Takes The T-bird Away

    The popular press has made Germany into the villain of the current Greek drama. Why, they ask, should Berlin be dictating how the Greek government runs its own country?


    Understanding the reasoning for that is quite simple if you think in terms of the Beach Boys’ old hit song, Fun, Fun, Fun.

      


  • Private Capital Sells Stake in Cisco Systems

    Private Capital (Trades, Portfolio)’s investments returned more than 39% in 2013, but most of the firm’s activity in the first quarter of 2015 centered on selling its holdings, not adding to them.

    The first-quarter transactions with the greatest impact on Private Capital (Trades, Portfolio)’s portfolio were its sales of stakes – eight in all. Private Capital (Trades, Portfolio)’s most significant sale was the sale of its 1,154,947-share stake in Cisco Systems Inc (CSCO), a California-based company that designs, manufactures and sells networking equipment. Private Capital (Trades, Portfolio) sold the stake for an average price of $28.15 per share. The transaction had a -3.5% impact on Private Capital (Trades, Portfolio)’s portfolio.  


  • Royce Funds Commentary – Royce Global Financial Services: A Sector Fund with a Difference

    Unique among our firm's product lineup, Royce Global Financial Services Fund (formerly Royce Financial Services Fund), as its name suggests, focuses on what we see as superior business models across the global financial industries. CEO Chuck Royce and President Chris Clark talk about why we chose this area for a sector-specific fund, our history with financial services companies, our preferred businesses in the industry, and recent changes we made to the Fund to increase our opportunity set.


    Listen to the audio here.

      


  • Jeremy Grantham's 10 Current Obsessions

    GMO chief investment strategist Jeremy Grantham (Trades, Portfolio) took a moment to tick off the top 10 issues on his mind today.


    "In my current role, I'm totally free to obsess about important issues that interest me," he said. And here they are, fleshed out a bit with some quotes from Grantham's commentaries:

      


  • Marathon Asset Management's Brad Richards Thinks It Is A Difficult Time To Invest – But Offers A Couple of Ideas

    Marathon Asset Management and Brad Richards oversee a cool $12.5 billion in assets.


    Richards thinks that U.S. equity markets at best are likely to return 3 to 5% in the coming years given current valuations.

      


  • Martin Whitman Recent Buy: Masco Corp

    Martin Whitman (Trades, Portfolio) is founder and portfolio manager of the Third Avenue Value Fund. Whitman is a 1949 graduate of Syracuse University, which recently renamed its School of Management after Whitman, after a large gift from him in June 2003. He is an adjunct faculty member at Yale School of Management.


    During 2015 Q2 the investor bought a big stake of Masco Corp (MAS) with an impact of 2.13% on his portfolio. He bought 1,479,930 shares that is the 0.43% of outstanding shares of the company. Since that buy, the price of the stock didn’t face any change.

      


  • Why Ray Dalio Has 60% of His Portfolio in Emerging Market ETFs

    Ray Dalio (Trades, Portfolio) is the founder of the largest hedge fund on the planet, Bridgewater Associates. With over $160 billion in assets under management, his investment company has some of the best performance statistics of any manager over the long term. His Pure Alpha Fund (the largest) has lost money only three times in 20 years, producing a near 20% annual compound return before fees.


    While you need an initial investment of $100 million and at least $5 billion in total investable assets to buy into his funds, individual investors can glean some of Dalio’s best ideas from his SEC filings every quarter. Two major holdings stick out.

      


  • Activist Firm Trian Partners Explains Why It Thinks There Is Great Value At Pentair

    Nelson Peltz and his activist firm Trian Partners have released their latest target, and it is Pentair PLC (PNR).


    The reasoning behind this stock position is that, in a world of high stock valuations, this is a company that represents compelling value.

      


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