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    Plunge head first deep into extreme driving action in this excellent fresh android production. Pick from the fastest GT cars, sit in front of the gears and drop the pedal to the floor. Life-like driving simulator gives you the convenience to test your driving skills through numerous challenges in awe-inspiring avenues all around the world. Drift mania in rally racing with next generation mechanics will please anyone. Choose your ride from many known brands such as bmw, mercedes or audi. Appease your need for speed by racing against other players in multiplayer mode. This overdrive mobile app lets you to play with the best racers like a professional in NASCAR or Le Mans. Scorch the asphalt on 8 different tracks as you race against the clock. Put your prowess to evaluation and top the scoreboards as you push your gt car to the limits of your need for speed. Underground drag contest mixed with csr racing delivers the terminal gaming feel. The gameplay model is arranged to hurl you in the thick of action as you race through the dust rising from the asphalt overdrive. As 8 playtroughs passed I still don't feel bored by this game. Even Need for Speed World was repetitive after some time which is not the case in this fast and furious spiritual offspring. Need for Racing: New Speed Car even provides you with the possibility to customize your ride by modding it anyhow you choose.  


  • Trapeze Asset Management Q4 2014 Letter - The Big Picture



  • The Kingdom Of Denmark - Market Strategist John Mauldin

    “What is a debt, anyway? A debt is just the perversion of a promise. It is a promise corrupted by both math and violence. If freedom (real freedom) is the ability to make friends, then it is also, necessarily, the ability to make real promises. What sorts of promises might genuinely free men and women make to one another? At this point we can’t even say. It’s more a question of how we can get to a place that will allow us to find out. And the first step in that journey, in turn, is to accept that in the largest scheme of things, just as no one has the right to tell us our true value, no one has the right to tell us what we truly owe.”


    – David Graeber, Debt: The First 5000 Years (2011, p. 391)

      


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  • David Winters Purchases 4 International Stocks in Q4

    David Winters (Trades, Portfolio)’ Wintergreen Fund (Trades, Portfolio) is a global value fund that invests anywhere in the world in almost any asset class. In the fourth quarter, he bought four new stocks from three different countries. His portfolio, valued at $1.3 billion, contains 34 stock holdings. The investor has also garnered much attention recently for striking out at the management of Coca-Cola (KO), of which he has a large holding.


    In his annual shareholder letter, Winters explained his portfolio positioning and desired stock criteria:

      


  • David Winter's Wintergreen Fund Annual Letter 2014

    New York – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Wintergreen Fund (Trades, Portfolio), Inc. today released its 2014 Annual Report. The shareholder letter appears below and is also available at http://www.wintergreenfund.com.

    Dear Fellow Wintergreen Fund (Trades, Portfolio) Shareholder,   


  • Horizon Kinetics' March 2015 Commentary – Time and Chance

    For long-term value investors, risk is not defined by the level of volatility but by the likelihood of shareholder capital being permanently impaired. Though often vilified, share price volatility is actually opportunity masquerading as Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio)’s heavy-drinking manic depressive – "the crazier he is, the more money you're going to make." In other words, volatility often proves a significant advantage to the long-term investor since the result can be an increase in the frequency of mispriced securities (i.e., opportunities). Less sanguine types simply accept it as an inevitable and unpleasant part of the investment experience. That said, in the behavioral psychology context, the frustration that some investors feel when their portfolios exhibit volatility that exceeds expectations is certainly understandable, especially if such volatility is not associated with positive excess rates of return in the near term.


    The challenge for investors – professional or otherwise – is to remain steadfast during periods of elevated volatility and the oft-associated underperformance. This is not to say that investors should stubbornly refuse to revisit their investment theses if the fundamentals have changed. Rather, it refers to the ability to tolerate short-term stock price fluctuations when the fundamentals have not changed and still appear favorable. This uncommon ability not only epitomizes the successful investor but the successful decision maker in any field where there is an element of chance.

      


  • Gurus Trade in British-Based Pharmaceutical Stock in Fourth Quarter

    With health care being such a prominent topic, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that some gurus have been trading in companies whose products promote better health.


    One such company is England-based GlaxoSmithKline (GSK.UK), a multinational pharmaceutical, biologics, vaccines and consumer health care company. It specializes in drugs for major health issues such as asthma, cancer, infections, diabetes, digestive and mental health conditions. Nearly a year ago, GlaxoSmithKline was listed as the sixth-largest pharmaceutical company in the world based on its 2013 revenue.

      


  • Why Are Home Depot's Shares Up?

    In this article, let's take a look at The Home Depot, Inc. (HD), a $151.87 billion market cap company that is the world's largest home improvement retailer. The company operates a chain of more than 2,200 retail warehouse-type stores, selling a wide variety of home improvement products for the do-it-yourself and home remodeling markets.


    Dividend hike and share repurchase program

      


  • Should Investors Expect an Improvement at DryShips?

    It was a bad end to DryShips’ (DRYS) fiscal 2014 as the company reported loss once again in the recently reported fourth quarter. In fact the loss widened as compared to the same period in 2013. However, the company’s net profit rose as a result of one time impairment charge on Galveston. The management, however, is confident that DryShips will perform better in the next fiscal year on the back of some positive signs it is seeing in different segments. The Tanker segment is expected to be a solid contributor to the company’s bottom line in future quarters. Let us have a detailed look at the segments and see how DryShips can improve on the back of them.


    Can it improve?

      


  • Hormel: A Short SWOT Analysis

    With stock valuations appearing on the full side these days, equity investors may wish to get a bit more defensive. One place to look is the food industry, which is noncyclical, relatively stable, and apt to hold up pretty well in the event of an economic slump or significant market correction. And one of the notable standouts in the space is Hormel Foods (HRL). Shares of the Austin, Minnesota-based food outfit have pushed higher over the past year, appreciating almost 25% in value, far more than the broad-based S&P 500 Index. In fact, the large-cap issue recently hit a fresh all-time high in the upper $50s after the company posted better-than-expected results for the January interim. (Fiscal years end on the last Saturday in October.) Earnings growth, which amounted to 21% during the quarter, is being driven by robust demand for Hormel’s core pork and turkey products, the introduction of more high-margined value-added products and a leveraging of the recently acquired Skippy peanut butter brand. Favorable input costs and healthy pricing trends are helping matters, too, lifting the operating margin to near-record levels. So, will this impressive bottom-line momentum persist in the coming periods? And how does the long-term picture look? In this brief article, we will attempt to address these questions by taking a look at Hormel’s business and performing an easy-to-follow SWOT analysis of the company, evaluating its Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats.


    The Business

      


  • Investors Should Consider ExxonMobil for the Long Run

    ExxonMobil (XOM) delivered a solid performance in the recently reported fourth quarter. It posted an impressive increase in the earnings and revenue. It is interesting to know that, even in this soft commodity price cycle, ExxonMobil still delivered impressive numbers. This mainly came in on the back of its integrated business model. However, analysts are worried about the declining oil prices and are expecting them to fall further in future. This can further expose ExxonMobil to some headwinds which can be a hurdle. But the management is laser focusing on some key projects that can help ExxonMobil stay profitable even in this soft commodity pricing market.


    The way ahead

      


  • High-Quality Value Investing With Benjamin Graham


    • Benjamin Graham is rightly considered the father of value investing.
    • But the term "value" is often misunderstood to refer only to price and not quality.
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  • LQDT - Massive Price Correction Provides Little Comfort

    Liquidity Service Inc. (LQDT) is a current selection of GuruFocus’ Historical Low P/S Screener. The company’s shares have experienced a wide range of valuations since its IPO and are currently trading near all-time lows.


      


  • Steven Cohen's Newest Buys, Additions and Reductions

    Steven Cohen (Trades, Portfolio) of Point72 Asset Management recently added three new positions to his portfolio, according to GuruFocus Real TIme Picks. Cohen's portfolio currently consists of 644 stocks, valued at $14.25 billion and a quarter over quarter turnover of 53%.


    The most heavily weighted sector in Cohen's portfolio is the consumer cyclical sector, which consists of 21.6% of his overall portfolio. Next is the energy sector, which consists of 16.7% and technology consists of 14.5%.

      


  • Clipper Fund 2014 Annual Investor Letter



  • A Look at Spektra Fund – One of the World’s Top Performing Hedge Funds

    The Spektra Fund, LP is a deep value and special situation hedge fund that invests principally in North American equities according to its website. The fund seeks to obtain absolute returns while managing investment risk; it may use moderate leverage and run a concentrated portfolio.


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  • The Absolute Return Letter March 2015



  • Alcoa: Well-Positioned to Benefit From Aluminum Market Dynamics

    Alcoa (AA) is growing and its transformational efforts in the past are paying off for it; the results are evident from a strong operational and financial performance in the recently reported quarter. The company is pleased to see strong growth momentum of 19th consecutive quarter of year-over-year profit growth. For the upcoming fiscal year, Alcoa is confident of delivering solid results. With a laser focus on profitable sites and acquisitions lined up in the future, Alcoa seems well positioned to hold a profitable edge in the market. Let us have an insight to this.


    Promising times ahead

      


  • Broadcom Will Benefit From Technology Growth Going Forward

    Broadcom (BRCM) posted strong results in the recently reported quarter. The company is pleased to deliver impressive improvement in revenue and EPS. Also the stock is presently trading close to its 52-week high which can help it to gain good market share in the upcoming quarters as well. The results were in line with the company’s expectations.


    The decline in the broadband and connectivity business is a matter of worry for Broadcom. But the management is confident of performing well in the future on the back of some strategic initiatives that it is undertaking to regain its lost ground in the weaker segments. Let us have an insight on how Broadcom is positioning itself towards profitability.

      


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