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Don’t Lose Your Money to Mobileye Lacks IP portfolio, competition intensifying, yet priced as a monopoly
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Tight Trading on Thursday with Stocks Ending Lower Healthcare sector continues to fall as investors await Yellen’s comments Friday
U.S. market indexes were lower on Thursday as the week’s leading factors kept stocks trading within a tight range. For the day, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 18448.41 for a loss of -33.07 points, or -0.18%. The S&P 500 was also lower, closing at 2172.47 for a loss of -2.97 points, or -0.14%. The Nasdaq Composite closed lower at 5212.20 for a loss of -5.49 points, or -0.11%. The VIX Volatility Index was just slightly higher at 13.67 for a gain of 0.22 points, or 1.64%. Read more...
What to Expect from Microsoft Beyond 2016 A closer look at More Personal Computing
Over the past four years, Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) has been experiencing a consistent revenue slide and is already down nearly 9% year-over-year between 2015 and the current full fiscal. This is a company undergoing major upheaval, just like IBM (NYSE:IBM). And just like IBM, their revenue is a mixed bag of declining legacy revenues and growing future bets. Read more...
Murray Stahl Reduced Holdings in 7 of Top 10 2nd-Quarter Transactions Guru's largest deals were in Liberty Media
Seven of the top 10 second-quarter transactions by Murray Stahl (Trades, Portfolio) of Horizon Kinetics were reductions of existing stakes in the portfolio. Read more...
Bill Nygren's Top Performers Guru's top performing stocks
Bill Nygren (Trades, Portfolio) is portfolio manager of the Oakmark Fund, the Oakmark Select Fund, and the Oakmark Global Select Fund. During the second quarter, the guru traded several stakes, the following are the ones with the highest performance since that trade. Read more...
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Murray Stahl Reduced Holdings in 7 of Top 10 2nd-Quarter Transactions Guru's largest deals were in Liberty Media Murray Stahl - Murray Stahl Reduced Holdings In 7 Of Top 10 2nd-Quarter Transactions
Seven of the top 10 second-quarter transactions by Murray Stahl (Trades, Portfolio) of Horizon Kinetics were reductions of existing stakes in the portfolio. More...

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Don’t Lose Your Money to Mobileye Lacks IP portfolio, competition intensifying, yet priced as a monopoly  - Don’t Lose Your Money To Mobileye
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SHORT, TECHNOLOGY, ADAS, AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES


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Tight Trading on Thursday with Stocks Ending Lower Healthcare sector continues to fall as investors await Yellen’s comments Friday  - Tight Trading On Thursday With Stocks Ending Lower
U.S. market indexes were lower on Thursday as the week’s leading factors kept stocks trading within a tight range. For the day, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 18448.41 for a loss of -33.07 points, or -0.18%. The S&P 500 was also lower, closing at 2172.47 for a loss of -2.97 points, or -0.14%. The Nasdaq Composite closed lower at 5212.20 for a loss of -5.49 points, or -0.11%. The VIX Volatility Index was just slightly higher at 13.67 for a gain of 0.22 points, or 1.64%. More...

U.S. FINANCIAL MARKET, MONETARY POLICY, HEALTHCARE


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Scott Black Bought 6 New Stocks in 2nd Quarter Skechers was guru's top acquisition Scott Black - Scott Black Bought 6 New Stocks In 2nd Quarter
Scott Black (Trades, Portfolio) of Delphi Management Inc. added six new holdings to the portfolio in the second quarter. More...

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What to Expect from Microsoft Beyond 2016 A closer look at More Personal Computing  - What To Expect From Microsoft Beyond 2016
Over the past four years, Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) has been experiencing a consistent revenue slide and is already down nearly 9% year-over-year between 2015 and the current full fiscal. This is a company undergoing major upheaval, just like IBM (NYSE:IBM). And just like IBM, their revenue is a mixed bag of declining legacy revenues and growing future bets. More...

LONG, TECHNOLOGY


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Bill Nygren's Top Performers Guru's top performing stocks Bill Nygren - Bill Nygren's Top Performers
Bill Nygren (Trades, Portfolio) is portfolio manager of the Oakmark Fund, the Oakmark Select Fund, and the Oakmark Global Select Fund. During the second quarter, the guru traded several stakes, the following are the ones with the highest performance since that trade. More...

NYGREN, OAKMARK, BUYS


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Is MasterCard More Attractive than Visa at this Price Point? Both are solid investments, but MasterCard looks more attractive from a price perspective  - Is MasterCard More Attractive Than Visa At This Price Point?
There is not much to differentiate between MasterCard (NYSE:MA) and Visa (NYSE:V) when you look at them from a business model point of view. They both operate in the same industry and their scale and reach are much better than any other payments technology company. But things get a lot different when you analyze them from a metrics point of view. More...

VISA, MASTERCARD, INVEST


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Is Visa Worth the Price? Determining if Visa’s high valuation has real growth potential  - Is Visa Worth The Price?
The world’s largest payments processor continues to grow to this day. New age companies such as Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), Samsung (XKRX:005930), Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) and PayPal (NASDAQ:PYPL), who could have disrupted the payments industry, have already fallen in line and accepted Visa’s control over the payments market, thus making sure that Visa’s moat remains impenetrable in the near future. But with more than $13 billion in annual revenues, does Visa warranty a $172 billion dollar valuation, almost 14 times its sales? The market seems to be expecting the the company to keep growing at double-digit rates, but how possible will that be for a company that saw its sales grow by 9.27% last year? More...

VISA, RETAIL, FINANCE


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Jeremy Grantham Trims Amazon, Baidu, Wal-Mart Guru's largest second quarter sales Jeremy Grantham - Jeremy Grantham Trims Amazon, Baidu, Wal-Mart
Jeremy Grantham (Trades, Portfolio) is the Chairman of the Board of Grantham Mayo Van Otterloo, a Boston based asset management firm. The following are his largest trades of the second quarter. More...

SELL, GRANTHAM, SECOND QUARTER


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Why You Need Dividend Stocks in Your Portfolio Some key studies showing why you should incorporate dividends into your investment strategy  - Why You Need Dividend Stocks In Your Portfolio
Dividends are an essential part of investing. Most investors will have some dividend or income stocks in their portfolio and many companies see dividends as an important part of their shareholder relations strategy. Shareholders are the ultimate owners of publicly traded companies and being able to partake in the profits of a business in which you invest is a key benefit of owning a share. More...

DIVIDENDS, DIVIDEND INCOME, INCOME, YIELD, DIVIDEND YIELD, INCOME INVESTING


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Goldcorp Inc.: Contamination of Selenium at Penasquito The miner has the situation under control  - Goldcorp Inc.: Contamination Of Selenium At Penasquito
Goldcorp Inc. (NYSE:GG) has been having problems with selenium contamination at Penasquito gold mine since October 2014, when the Canadian miner informed the Mexican government about a rise in levels of contamination for the first time. More...

GOLD, MINING, GOLDCORP


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An In-Depth Look at the VBI Vaccines CMV Study A look at VBI Vaccines lead CMV study, the science behind it and what it means for the healthcare space  - An In-Depth Look At The VBI Vaccines CMV Study
Cytomegalovirus or CMV, is the virus behind the developing of permanent problems such as deafness, blindness and intellectual disability retardation in more than 5,000 newborns in the US each year. It affects more live births than both Down Syndrome and Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, and direct economic costs of CMV infection exceed $2 billion annually. More...

LONG, CMV, BIOTECH


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There’s More Than One Way to Find a Great Stock The companies selling for a low multiple of cash flow  - There’s More Than One Way To Find A Great Stock
Years ago, I sponsored a debate between two prominent money managers about which measure was a better way to pick stocks – the price-earnings ratio or price-to-cash-flow ratio. The discussion got heated, and at times personal. More...

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A Look at Four Stocks in Oakmark Small Cap International Oakmark Small Cap International is a traditional value fund that is looking for opportunities in out of favor industries and special situations.  - A Look At Four Stocks In Oakmark Small Cap International
Oakmark Small Cap International (OAKEX) is managed by David Herro (Trades, Portfolio) and has $2.4 billion in assets. The fund has averaged 8.92% a year since its founding 21 years ago. We are going to take a look at four of these international small caps in the portfolio. More...

VALUE INVESTMENT, OAKMARK, DAVID HERRO


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IBM’s Under-The-Radar Initiatives The ecosystem of services IBM is building around cloud and analytics  - IBM’s Under-The-Radar Initiatives
In many ways, IBM’s (NYSE:IBM) transition into a growth-oriented one seems to be a never-ending process. There are several thrust areas that the company is focusing on now, but revenues continue to decline along with stock price. More...

LONG, TECHNOLOGY


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Non-Banks: Do They Really Change the Rules of Banking, Corporate Finance? The last crisis dramatically complicated the business environment  - Non-Banks: Do They Really Change The Rules Of Banking, Corporate Finance?
Next year is not going to be easy for banks, so many will have to reorganize to keep to their companies afloat. This is what analysts are talking about and what the world industry leaders understand. Nowadays, banks are being pressure tested. The economic situation remains uncertain, the financial market - volatile. In the meantime, regulators are tightening rules, afraid the crisis may come back. Collateral requirements have become stricter, so has risk control. The political atmosphere also does not instill optimism. More...

BANKING, CORPORATE FINANCE, PURE PLAYERS, STRATEGY


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Hennessy Japan and Japan Small Cap Fund 2nd Quarter Commentary Perspective on the Japanese economy, recent initiatives taken by the government to encourage growth, and a rise in merger and acquisition activity Hennessy Japan Fund - Hennessy Japan And Japan Small Cap Fund 2nd Quarter Commentary
In the following commentary, the Portfolio Management team of the Hennessy Japan Fund (Trades, Portfolio) and Hennessy Japan Small Cap Fund (Trades, Portfolio) provide their perspective on the Japanese economy, recent initiatives taken by the government to encourage growth, and a rise in merger and acquisition activity. More...

JAPAN, ASIA


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Industry Overview Gives Good Investing Insights Introduction to existing feature and project plan  - Industry Overview Gives Good Investing Insights
GuruFocus introduced the Industry Overview page, which allows users to get an initial overview of the best industries in which to invest, on July 24, 2015. More...

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2 More Reasons Why Buffett Continues to Buy Phillips 66 Further exploration of Buffett's involvement with the company Warren Buffett - 2 More Reasons Why Buffett Continues To Buy Phillips 66
I have written about Warren Buffet’s accumulation of PSX shares on Gurufocus before. At that time, my reverse engineering of the Oracle’s actions led me to believe it was driven not by an interest in the oil and gas sector, but valuation driven. As Buffett continues to buy shares of Phillips 66 (NYSE:PSX) and I have gained additional insights over time, it is time for an update. More...

LONG, ENERGY, BUFFETT


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The 3 Worst Performing Dividend Aristocrats This Year The investment prospects of Cardinal Health, Walgreens and Rowe Price Group  - The 3 Worst Performing Dividend Aristocrats This Year
The Dividend Aristocrats Index is comprised of 50 businesses with 25+ years of consecutive dividend increases. You can see all 50 Dividend Aristocrats here. More...

DIVIDENDS, HEALTH CARE, FINANCIALS


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