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  • Lincluden Management Ltd Buys Royal Bank of Canada, Crescent Point Energy, Rogers Communications, Sells Encana, Brookfield Asset Management, Oracle


  • Barrow Continues to Buy ExxonMobil, Ecopetrol

    James Barrow is executive director of Dallas-based investment company Barrow, Hanley, Mewhinney & Strauss, the lead portfolio manager for the Vanguard Windsor II and Selected Value Funds. The company manages a portfolio composed of 339 stocks with a total value of $66,729 million. In the third and fourth quarters of 2016 the guru bought shares in the following stocks:


    LivePerson Inc. (LPSN)

      


  • Charles Brandes Sells Microsoft, Buys McKesson

    Charles Brandes (Trades, Portfolio) is the chairman of Brandes Investment Partners. He started the company in 1974. He manages multiple portfolios including U.S. equity and Global Equity. During the fourth quarter the guru traded shares in the following stocks:


    The investor raised his stake in McKesson Corp. (MCK) by 1,796.26% with an impact of 2.08% on the portfolio.

      


  • Just Buy It

    When I was young, I learned that the gold rush did not bring too much fortune to the gold miners but great fortune to the jeans makers. Waters seems to be a jeans maker in the health care and environmental protection gold rush.


    Waters Corp. (NYSE:WAT) is an analytical instrument manufacturer that primarily designs, manufactures, sells and services liquid chromatography (LC) and mass spectrometry (MS) technology systems and support products. The company’s products are used by life science, pharmaceutical, biochemical, industrial, nutritional safety, environmental, academic and governmental customers working in research and development, quality assurance and other laboratory applications. The other small part of its business is in categories such as thermo analysis (TA).

      


  • What Makes a Competitive Advantage Durable?

    Someone emailed me this question:


    “How do you think about sustainability of a company’s competitive advantage?”

      


  • River & Mercantile Asset Management Llp Buys iShares Core S&P Small-Cap, International Business Machines, Citigroup, Sells Herc Holdings, US Concrete, Viacom


  • Contrarius Investment Management Ltd Buys Vale SA, Noble PLC, Arch Coal, Sells JD.com, Stillwater Mining Co, Gilead Sciences


  • Quest for the Holy Grail: The Fair Value of the Equity Market

    • Macroeconomic volatility is a useful tool in investors’ quest for the fair value of the stock market.
    • This volatility is associated with the equity risk premium: investors are willing to pay a higher price for stocks when there is lower aggregate uncertainty.
    • Macroeconomic volatility has been at historically low levels in recent years, driven largely by technological innovation, greater market integration, and improvements in monetary policy implementation.
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  • How to Estimate Future Growth at a Predictable Company

    Someone emailed me this question:


    “How do you estimate the reasonable growth rate for a company? I believe one way is to see the penetration rate of the product or service in each country and where they are in the current cycle, also considering the population growth and real spend per household as you did for Hunter Douglas. What is the general way of thinking about the growth?”

      


  • GMO White Paper: Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast

    One of the great joys of working at GMO is the freedom to disagree. Indeed, many moons ago when Ben Inker first approached me about joining GMO, he told me that, having read my work, he believed we were very much philosophically aligned. Ben noted, however, that occasionally I would reach a remarkably different conclusion than he, and that was interesting because we obviously approached problems using a very similar framework.

      


  • Net-Nets from Hong Kong

    Hong Kong market has been among the cheapest in the world since the end of 2015. There is still big valuation gap between mainland China and Hong Kong, but turnaround is in process. A lot of money from China flowing to Hong Kong because it’s easy choice for Chinese investors who seek exposure to overseas assets but face challenges bringing money out of the country. The biggest and the most famous stocks are no longer trading at rock-bottom prices. Most investors expect the trend to continue for a while longer as valuations in Hong Kong are attractive. However, not everyone agrees. Others are already warning of overheating markets. Is it already too late to participate?


    Especially the H-share market has been a very popular and recently profitable. H-shares are the Hong Kong-listed shares of Chinese companies. They fall under the jurisdiction of Chinese law, but are denominated in Hong Kong dollars and are traded just like any other stock traded on the Hong Kong exchange. I recommend to be careful with these stocks.

      


  • Insider Invests in Crimson Wine Group

    Director Joseph Steinberg purchased 47,418 shares of Crimson Wine Group Ltd. (CWGL) on March 23, according to an SEC filing. He paid an average of $9.16 per share.


    Steinberg now owns 2,467,088 shares of the company following the transaction.

      


  • Dow-DuPont Merger Granted Conditional Approval by EU

    Clearing another regulatory hurdle for their merger, DuPont Co. (NYSE:DD) and Dow Chemical Co. (NYSE:DOW) announced Monday they had received conditional regulatory approval from the European Commission.


    First announced in December 2015, the Dow-DuPont deal will be an all-stock merger of equals. The combined company will be called DowDuPont and will later be split into three independent companies.

      


  • Insider Invests in L.B. Foster

    Bradley Vizi, director and 10% owner of L.B. Foster Co. (NASDAQ:FSTR), purchased a combined 132,336 shares of the company between March 7 and March 24. He paid an average price of $13.20 per share according to SEC filings.


    Following the purchases, Vizi now owns 1,450,760 shares of the company.

      


  • General Motors February Sales Remain Dull in China, But Outlook Is Bright

    General Motors’ (NYSE:GM) February sales in China improved slightly compared with a year ago. The sales volume was led by crossovers and MPVs which were an integral part for the carmaker during the month. It must be noted, around half the deliveries of General Motors in China were that of crossovers and MPVs during February. The Cadillac XT5 was among the key highlight for the month as it recorded double-digit growth for twelve consecutive months. The Baojun 510 SUV, which was launched on February 20, was a big hit with deliveries exceeding 6,000 units in the remaining days of the month. The sales of the SUV contributed to Baojun brand’s record deliveries. Here’s a closer look at the Detroit automakers performance in the world’s hottest car market.


    A look at the numbers

      


  • Risk Reward with Teva Pharmaceutical

    Paulson and Tepper are dead wrong on this stock. Teva is a value trap, even if the stock could have a short-term price pop. John Paulson (Trades, Portfolio) owns 15.9 million shares, good for 7.36% of his portfolio while David Tepper (Trades, Portfolio) owns 5.05 million shares, good for 3.25% of his holdings.


    Healthcare stocks (Biotech specifically) have not seen a “Trump rally,” rather the opposite, as more scrutiny comes to light over high drug prices and how the President's administration intends to attack the problem.

      


  • Silver Standard Resources Inc. to change its name

    As announced through a news release published on its website, the board of directors of Silver Standard Resources Inc. (NASDAQ:SSRI) recommends to switch the name of the Canadian gold and silver deposits exploration company from Silver Standard Resources Inc. into SSR Mining Inc.


    Of course, the change must be approved by the next shareholders meeting of the company to become effective. The next meeting will take place on May the 7th.

      


  • Quadrature Capital LTD Buys The Priceline Group, Alibaba Group Holding, General Electric Co, Sells Cognizant Technology Solutions, FedEx, Allergan PLC


  • GoPro: Don't Try to Catch A Falling Knife

    Action camera specialist GoPro (NASDAQ:GPRO) ended 2016 on a red note as the stock was down more than 50 percent. Moreover, the stock is off to a bad start heading into 2017 as well. As a matter of fact, GoPro’s downturn started after reaching its all-time high in late 2014 and it is likely that the company will continue facing severe problems in the coming years.


    GoPro reported fourth-quarter results in February. For the quarter, the company shared earnings per share of 29 cents, beating the analyst’s estimate by 7 cents. On the other hand, the company’s revenue came in at $540 million, missing the consensus by approximately $34 million.

      


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