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March Buffett-Munger Bargain Newsletter is Ready for Download

March 23, 2014


The Buffett-Munger Bargain Newsletter pick is Like Aggreko, which was discussed in October, this company is a well-managed British industrial that outperforms its US peers. The company has quadrupled its earnings since 2004 and has lots of room to grow. The name of the company is synonymous with excellence. Though its past has been satisfactory, the future looks much better. It is a great company at a reasonable price.

“It's far better to buy a wonderful company at a fair price than a fair company at a wonderful price….when buying companies or common stocks, we look for first-class businesses accompanied by first-class managements.”

- Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio) (1989)

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What’s a Buffett-Munger Bargain?

A Buffett-Munger Bargain is a “wonderful company” selling at a “fair price”. To be a wonderful company a stock must pass Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio)’s 7-point checklist:

1. Simple Business
2. Favorable Long-Term Prospects
3. Able and Honest Management
4. Consistent Earnings
5. Good Return on Equity
6. Little Debt
7. Very Attractive Price

What’s the Buffett-Munger Bargain Newsletter?

GuruFocus’s Buffett-Munger Bargain Newsletter picks one new “wonderful company” selling at a “fair price” every month. The pick is made using GuruFocus’s Buffett-Munger Screener and Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio)’s 7-point checklist. A new issue goes out to subscribers on the third Friday of every month.

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Tsharp premium member - 1 year ago

Is anyone else having trouble opening this month's newsletter?

Frankk premium member - 1 year ago

Unfortunately yes.

James909 premium member - 1 year ago

can't open this!

Ppltd - 1 year ago

Same here. Can't open

Sallom89 premium member - 1 year ago

cant open

Psyclone premium member - 1 year ago

Also can't open

Batbeer2 premium member - 1 year ago

Same here.

Epsinv - 1 year ago

Can't open it. When will it be solved?

Batbeer2 premium member - 1 year ago

Hi guys,

Until it's fixed, maybe this will work: fixed RR.pdf

- EDIT - Fixed now, link removed.

Borlandk premium member - 1 year ago

Still can't save it to a pdf or print it. Read in html only. How hard is it?

Borlandk premium member - 1 year ago

Figured it out. Save to desktop, right click and go to "Open with" and change it to Acrobat instead of Internet Explorer. Then you can print and save to PC.

Bingo7 - 1 year ago

thank you for the link. :)

Gurufocus premium member - 1 year ago

The link is working now. Sorry about it.

Batbeer2 premium member - 1 year ago

@ Bingo7

That's a nice picture.

It looks like a p-40 Tomahawk to me. Unlike the P-51 Mustang, the P-40's Merlin engine lacked the two-stage supercharger. This made it inferior to Luftwaffe fighters such as the Me Bf 109 or the Fw 190 in high-altitude combat.

Just some thoughts :o)


Sorry for the delay.

UVInvestors premium member - 1 year ago

I just love Buffett style of investing. It fits my personality style the best of any investing style. If I'm wrong about my entry point the company increases its fair value over time and I get "bailed out". I sit and wait most of the time before buying, and when I do buy something I sit and wait for a very very long time before/if ever selling. I work on my fishing, camping and business valuation skills in the meantime. I save up more cash for the next stock to buy (after much waiting).

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