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  • Creating Cures And Dividends Where None Existed Before With Gilead Sciences

    I am quite sure that most investors have heard of the biotech industry and the explosive profit potential that exists within the realm when a small company develops a new and exciting blockbuster drug. In addition, I am almost certain that very few of us have the medical and technical expertise to make even educated speculations as to which ones from the multitudes of small biotech companies have the realistic potential to deliver one of these homerun products and that makes it a very risky place to allocate our capital.

    I think what a lot of smaller, individual investors tend to overlook at times is the opportunity to eliminate a good portion of the risk involved in biotech investing while still retaining the potential for astounding gains. This can often be accomplished by investing in biotech businesses that have existing products already producing strong earnings and a continuing stream of approvals for new drugs to serve an existing demand.


  • This 3D Printing Company Is a Solid Long-Term Buy

    Added substance assembling, or 3D printing, is getting a ton of consideration recently. Analysts expect the likes of 3D Systems (DDD) and Stratasys to produce solid earnings development in the following couple of years as the applications of 3D printing increase. Nonetheless, one organization that is truly making an imprint with 3D printing innovation is Organovo (ONVO).

    Colossal potential


  • 2 Tech Giants to Consider for Your Portfolio

    As the personal machine business is shrinking, fittings giants like International Business Machines (IBM) and Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) are diversifying into fresher areas to accomplish development. Among the most talked-about markets in IT solutions are digital security and distributed computing. Both these segments have been developing at a brisk pace. IBM and HP, as well as other huge companies such as Oracle and Microsoft are also moving into these markets.

    IBM increasing its item portfolio by means of acquisitions


  • The Tesla Supercharging Network Can Can Benefit This Chipmaker

    Tesla Motors (TSLA) got all the affection that it deserved for turning out with something that is without a doubt in front of rivalry – the Model S extravagance sedan. Elon Musk made a strong move to start an EV organization, kept it ticking with assistance from almost a large portion of a billion in Energy Department loans, and has made the organization a profitable extravagance electric automaker. The Model S earned the highest ratings from Motor Trend and Consumer Reports.

    While bulls and bears are battling it out on the Street, there are some hurdles that surely need to be overcome and the biggest of them is "reach uneasiness," or in simple words, the distance that one can blanket in a Model S.


  • Tethys Petroleum: A Growing Oil Producer Trading Below Book Value

    1 The Company

    Tethys Petroleum (TETHF) is engaged in the acquisition, exploration, and development of crude oil and natural gas fields primarily in Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, and Georgia.


  • These 3 Companies Are Making Life Difficult for Google

    Google (GOOG) had a reasonably solid 2013 with shares picking up close to 60%. The stock crossed the $1,000-imprint and investors would be trusting for all the more such landmarks in 2014. On the other hand, Google investors shouldn't overlook the danger that they confront from the likes of (AMZN), Apple (AAPL), and Facebook (FB). Give us a chance to examine how each of these companies can make life troublesome for Google.

    The chief opponent


  • This Dry Shipping Company Is Not a Good Buy

    Dryships (DRYS), a leading player in the shipping industry, performed exceedingly well in 2013 as the stock had picked up almost 140%. Anyhow as I would see it, investors should now book their gains and consider selling Dryships.

    Dryships reported a blended quarter as it figured out how to beat estimates on revenue estimate however missed out on earnings. Revenue was up from last year and comprehensively beat the consensus estimate. However a gander at the bottom line shows that all is not well for Dryships. Dryships' performance on the bottom line was disappointing.


  • Comment for 3M Co - MMM DCF and Reverse DCF Model

    Growth rate of 8 or 9% over the next ten years with a terminal growth rate of c. 7% thereafter extending 60+ years at a discount rate of 12% = $150 to $160 per share  

  • How to Increase Gains by Analyzing Returns

    Like in tennis, a good return is crucial to winning the game. Returns are a very important measure of a company’s financial health. Its history, trend and forward estimates will affect the stock’s price. Therefore, improving your Fundamental Analysis of a company’s Returns should help you increase gains from your investments.



  • Van Den Berg's Two Oil & Gas Drilling Picks

    Arnold Van Den Berg is the founder of Austin-based Century Management. The company was founded in 1974 and currently has asset under management in excess of $2 billion. Century Management has a value based investing philosophy and it is therefore interesting to look at the company’s new stock picks. In this article, I will look at Arnold Van Den Berg’s two new buys from the oil & gas sector.

    Atwood Oceanics (ATW)


  • What Is Intrinsic Value?

    What is intrinsic value?

    Here’s the definition people toss around: “It is the discounted value of the cash that can be taken out of a business during its remaining life.”


  • Amazon’s 2Q 2014 Performance: Here’s What You Need to Focus on

    The Seattle based e-commerce major Amazon (AMZN) came out with its fiscal 2014 second quarter earnings on July 24, and reported not up to scratch numbers. Lower than expected performance for the quarter wasn’t received well by the Wall Street and the stock slid 10% in the after-hours trading. Even jokes about how Amazon can deliver everything but profits have started circulating. But, is the situation really that bad? Here’s how Amazon’s quarter was and what went wrong.

    Not up to scratch numbers from Amazon

  • Can Boeing’s Dreamliner Fetch Profits For Its Investors?

    The lead aero major Boeing has witnessed huge difficulties with its revolutionary aircraft, the 787 Dreamliner which is the first aircraft to be madeof composite material. Losses and costs have been piling up year after year. The company expects that the deffered cost with respect to the jet to increase to $25 billion by the end of next year. However, the plane manufacturer is working to stabalize the production rate of the 787. The deliveries of the initial lot of planes would comes at a loss. But if Boeing manages to maintain the jet’s production level to 10 a month, break even wouldn’t be a farfetched target.

    However, the jetliner’s technical snag seems endless. This means more investigation and additional cash drain. Under such scenario, how attainable would breaking even be, and when can the program turn profitable?


  • Why Atmel is A Good Buy

    Semiconductor organization Atmel (ATML) is basically famous for its microcontrollers found in various touchscreen applications. The organization's chips are used in Microsoft (MSFT) and Samsung's (SSNLF) products, which is the reason it has a huge business sector to take advantage of the developments in mobiles and Windows 8.1 systems.

    The company has been persistently updating its item portfolio. It has recorded various design wins and certifications to strengthen its chances of profiting from diverse opportunities going ahead. We should investigate how the organization is positioned and in the event that it is a decent long haul investment.


  • Why Yelp will Continue to Grow

    Yelp (YELP) has seen fast development in its business. Yelp's last quarter uncovered tremendous development on the over of increasing user metrics, reviews, and business accounts. . Be that as it may, Yelp shares haven't been acknowledging as fast as the organization's revenue is increasing, principally because of criticism that it is still unfruitful. Anyway, Yelp is bringing about a significant improvement and has had the capacity to keep up its force.

    Also, Yelp is looking to expand its presence into new segments such as restaurant reservations, against gaints like Google (GOOG)(GOOGL). A closer take a gander at Yelp's execution and strategies uncover various positives that could help the organization show signs of improvement going ahead.


  • Is Qihoo 360 a Buy Despite Rich Valuations?

    Qihoo 360 Technology (QIHU) has made quick advancement in the Chinese Internet industry. The organization is currently giving hardened rivalry to Baidu (BIDU), taking without end piece of the pie and rubbing shoulders with Tencent (TCEHY) in the gaming market also. Looking forward, will Qihoo have the capacity to manage its spectacular execution, or will it wind up vanquished by greater associates?

    Qihoo is developing at a quick pace; in the final quarter, revenue expanded 115% year-over-year to $221.6 million, agreeably beating analysts' estimate of $209 million. Furthermore, Qihoo's earnings additionally expanded an eye-popping 218% year-over-year to $0.70 for every offer, outpacing agreement estimates of $0.43 for every offer.


  • Why You Should Buy Tableau Software on the Pullback

    Tableau Software (DATA) is a stock you ought to consider owning to profit from the development of huge information and examination. The organization's monetary execution has been very solid, as its late first-quarter results show. Tableau's association with an alternate imperative player in information dissection, Splunk (SPLK), could add to its development in the future.

    Tableau shares have gone down by 20% so far not long from now. This gives investors a chance to purchase the stock at a lower cost. How about we examine Tableau's late execution and check why investors ought to consider purchasing the stock on the pullback.


  • Oracle Is a Good Investment Despite Weak Earnings

    Oracle (ORCL) disappointed the Street as its last quarter earnings and revenue failed to meet consensus estimates. The stock had been doing admirably this year and had touched a 52-week high as of late. However, the tepid results have resulted in a pullback. Oracle shares dropped the most in a year after the results. What's more, Oracle's guidance also failed to match expectations, showing that the company's business has slowed down. In any case, is Oracle worth purchasing on the pullback? Let’s take a look.

    In transition mode


  • Honda Gets Ready to Report Its First Quarter Results

    In this article, let's take a look at Honda Motor Co Ltd (HMC), a $63.06 billion market cap company, which is one of the world's largest automobile manufacturers, and is the largest manufacturer of motorcycles, which operates in an industry that is so cyclical that in bad times even the best automakers could have problems.

    The Macro


  • Murray Stahl’s Horizon Kinetics Comments on TRI Pointe Homes

    TRI Pointe Homes (TPH) is a recent addition to some of our portfolios. It was founded in the depths of the Credit Crisis in 2009 by former homebuilding industry executives. Their objective was to acquire land lots in distressed regions, particularly in California and Colorado, which could be utilized for future home construction. TRI Pointe was certainly not alone. A number of companies led by astute investors acquired enormous amounts of land in heavily distressed areas such as California, Arizona, and Nevada.

    In 2010, real estate investor Barry Sternlicht capitalized TRI Pointe with $150 million of equity through his Starwood Capital private equity fund. Mr. Sternlicht became Chairman of TRI Pointe and received roughly 39% equity ownership of the company. Given his real estate experience, it is not surprising that he chose a vehicle that will ultimately benefit from a sustained recovery in the residential housing market.


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