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  • Latest Takata Recall Affects Airbags in 12 Million Vehicles

    If you didn’t know anything about Takata Corporation (TSE:7312), a Japan-based automotive parts company, except for its problems with its airbags, it would be easy to assume based on headlines from the last couple of years that Takata was an industry newcomer, perhaps prone to making mistakes due to inexperience and/or yielding to the temptation to cut corners.


    In fact, Takata has been in business since 1933, when it started out as primarily a textile company known for its parachute lifelines. The company has long prided itself on its quality.

      


  • Why You Can Still Buy NVIDIA But Not AMD

    I have been bullish on both NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA) and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) in the recent past. Both the stocks have rallied strongly sine my bullish calls. That being said, while I am still bullish on NVIDIA, I think AMD investors should be looking to book profits and taking gains off the table.


    There are several reasons to be bullish on NVIDIA despite the chipmaker’s towering valuation and two of them are mentioned below.

      


  • Dean Foods Looks Nutritious

    Company Overview


    Dean Foods (NYSE:DF) is a leading food and beverage company in the United States. The Company is one of the nation's largest processors and direct-to-store distributors of fluid milk marketed under more than 50 local and regional dairy brands and private labels. It distributes ice cream, cultured products, juices, teas, bottled water and other products. It employs around 17,000 dedicated employees working in approximately 70 plants across the U.S.

      


  • Returning Home: Critical Steps to Restore Natural Gas and Electricity in Fort McMurray


  • Thoughts on the Rise of Robots

    Are people really losing jobs to the robots?


      


  • Bill Nygren Gets Better Than Fair Value for 3 Stakes

    Bill Nygren (Trades, Portfolio) of Oakmark Fund sold more stakes in the first quarter – five – than he had in more than a year. In all but two of those transactions, he sold the shares for well in excess of their fair values.


    Nygren’s most noteworthy transaction in the first quarter was the sale of his 4.8 million-share stake in American Express Co. (NYSE:AXP), a banking and financial services company based in New York City, for an average price of $58.34 per share. The divestiture had a -2.06% impact on Nygren’s portfolio.

      


  • This Health Care Dividend Aristocrat Will Profit From Old Age – Globally

    The world is aging. The average global population age is increasing.


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  • Winnebago Looks Impressive

    Company Overview


    Winnebago Industries Inc. (NYSE:WGO), headquartered in Forest City, Iowa, is a leading United States (U.S.) manufacturer of recreation vehicles (RVs), which are used primarily in leisure travel and outdoor recreation activities. The Company builds quality motor homes, travel trailers and fifth wheel products. The Company markets its recreation vehicles on a wholesale basis to a diversified dealer organization located throughout the U.S., and Canada. As of August 2015, the motor home and towable dealer organization in the U.S. and Canada included approximately 293 and 137 dealer locations respectively. Other products manufactured by the Company consist primarily of original equipment manufacturing (OEM) parts and other component products for other manufacturers and commercial vehicles. Winnebago is an American icon – synonymous with motorhomes

      


  • Jack in the Box Remains Strong

    Jack in the Box Inc. (NASDAQ:JACK), based in San Diego, is a restaurant company that operates and franchises Jack in the Box restaurants and Qdoba Mexican Eats.


    The company recently reported second quarter results with operating earnings per share exceeding the management’s expectations. It has distinguished itself from its peers and has been able to carve a niche for itself. It is making continuous efforts to reposition itself in the fast-food industry. The company witnessed solid sales performance at Qdoba company restaurants, which was driven by traffic growth. Jack in the Box brand witnessed flat same-store sales during the quarter.

      


  • David Herro's Top 2 Additions in 1st Quarter Have Margins of Safety Exceeding 30%

    The top four transactions made by David Herro (Trades, Portfolio) of Oakmark International Fund in the first quarter were additions to existing stakes. The top two sold with margins of safety that exceeded 30%, according to the DCF Calculator.


    Herro’s most noteworthy transaction of the first quarter was the addition of 13,020,000 shares to his stake in Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group Inc. (TSE:8316), a Tokyo-based banking and financial services company. In raising his stake more than 183%, Herro paid an average price of ¥3,644.38 ($33.18 in U.S. currency) per share. The deal had a 1.58% impact on Herro’s portfolio.

      


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