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5 Lessons From Michael Burry Lessons from Burry's early blogs to help you improve your investing process
Dr. Michael Burry is a value investor and founder of Scion Capital. He shot to fame in 2008 after becoming one of the first fund managers to bet against the subprime housing market, a story later told in the 2015 film "The Big Short." Read more...
Importance of ROIC: 'Reinvestment' vs 'Legacy' Moats Certain businesses have the advantages of a Legacy Moat but also opportunities to deploy incremental capital at high rates
I’ve talked a lot about the importance of the concept of return on invested capital (ROIC), and how it is a key driver of value in a business. Feel free to go back and read some of those posts here. In this particular post, the discussion is continued. This post is something new for BHI: it’s a guest post written by my good friend Connor Leonard (see his brief bio at the end of the post). Read more...
The Other Side of the Big Short Charlie Munger's lessons from the housing bubble
There have been a lot of discussions since the book “The Big Short” was published and the subsequent production of the eponymous movie. I haven’t read the book yet, but watched the movie and thoroughly enjoyed it. Read more...
The Oracle Shared Insights on Making 50% a Year Managing Small Sums Buffett gives a specific answer to a KU student's question
Many of us are familar with Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio)'s confidence in making 50% a year if managing small sums. But less familar to us is how he would go about it because it is rarely discussed. Read more...
Theory Versus Reality Why would Barron's highlight a mutual fund that has stunk up the joint in the 9 years since inception?
The June 27 issue of Barron’s has done it again. With thousands of fund managers to pick from, columnist Leslie Norton chose to spotlight Bruce Geller, CEO of Dalton Greiner Hartman Maher and the firm's GDKM All-Cap Value (DGHMX) mutual fund. Read more...
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5 Undervalued Stocks for Value Investors With a High Beta The ModernGraham Valuation Model reveals top picks  - 5 Undervalued Stocks For Value Investors With A High Beta
There are a number of great companies in the market today. Using the ModernGraham Valuation Model, these are the five undervalued companies for value investors with the highest beta. More...

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Is Under Armour a Safe Bet? Under Armour's robust international growth can move the stock higher  - Is Under Armour A Safe Bet?
Under Armour Inc. (NYSE:UA) had a great year in 2015, but that is not the case this year. Despite reporting strong results in the prior several quarters, the stock currently trades in red. However, in the most recent quarter, the company shared earnings per share of 29 cents, beating the consensus estimates by four cents. Revenue came in at $1.47 billion, $10 million more than the estimates. More...

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Can Coffee Help McDonald’s Improve Its Image? A revived coffee brand could be a refreshing change  - Can Coffee Help McDonald’s Improve Its Image?
McDonald's (NYSE:MCD), the largest burger chain in the world, has decided to double down on the coffee business. More...

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5 Companies Reach Yearly Peaks Lockheed, Dell Technologies among those reaching milestone  - 5 Companies Reach Yearly Peaks
According to GuruFocus' list, these stocks have reached their 52-week highs. More...

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Understanding Fannie Mae-Treasury Relationship Crucial If freed from government control it could provide dividends, capital returns to shareholders  - Understanding Fannie Mae-Treasury Relationship Crucial
Steven Mnuchin, President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee to be U.S. Treasury secretary, said on Nov. 30 Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC) should leave government control and that the incoming administration “will get it done reasonably fast.” More...

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A Low-Risk, High-Growth Play Among Canadian Banks The compelling investment prospects of Toronto-Dominion Bank  - A Low-Risk, High-Growth Play Among Canadian Banks
(Published Dec. 5 by The Financial Canadian) More...

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A Record Year for Canada’s Largest Lender Royal Bank of Canada likely to be profitable for years in spite of weaker-than-expected 4th quarter  - A Record Year For Canada’s Largest Lender
(Published Dec. 5 by The Financial Canadian) More...

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Bank of Nova Scotia Reports Solid 2016 Earnings Canada’s most international bank's investment prospects and recent quarterly results  - Bank Of Nova Scotia Reports Solid 2016 Earnings
The Canadian economy is primarily centered on two sectors – the financial sector and the energy sector. More...

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Amazon Go: An E-Tailer’s Relentless Pursuit of Grocery Success Amazon’s latest strategy to kill 2 birds with 1 stone  - Amazon Go: An E-Tailer’s Relentless Pursuit Of Grocery Success
Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) today announced the launch of Amazon Go, a physical grocery store in downtown Seattle that is part of the retailer's initiative to take a shot at the $600 billion-plus U.S. grocery market. The “self-driving” grocery store has no checkout lines and no cashiers. Shoppers will sign into a special app with their Amazon credentials, walk in, take what they need and walk out. The app does the billing for them. More...

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US Market Indexes Start the Week Higher Dow Jones closes at new high of 19,216.24  - US Market Indexes Start The Week Higher
U.S. market indexes gained on Monday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average reaching a new high. More...

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Weekly CFO Sells Highlights Insiders sell Facebook, EOG Resources  - Weekly CFO Sells Highlights
According to GuruFocus' Insider Data, the recent chief financial officer (CFO) sells were: Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) and EOG Resources (NYSE:EOG). More...

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The Status of Italian Banks Italy's banks are far too overlevered  - The Status Of Italian Banks
What’s going on with Italian banks? More...

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5 Companies for Enterprising Investors Near 52-Week Lows Using the ModernGraham Valuation Model reveals top prospects  - 5 Companies For Enterprising Investors Near 52-Week Lows
There are a number of great companies in the market today. By using the ModernGraham Valuation Model, I have selected five undervalued companies trading closest to their 52-week low. Each of these companies has been determined to be suitable for the Enterprising Investor using this approach. More...

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Closed-End Bond Funds Are Ripe for the Picking I believe total returns in the ballpark of 20% over the next year are likely  - Closed-End Bond Funds Are Ripe For The Picking
You really can’t beat getting a dollar for 90 cents. Unless, of course, you manage to find one for 85 cents. More...

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Is Mobileye a Buy? Despite strong growth, Mobileye is still overvalued  - Is Mobileye A Buy?
Mobileye (NYSE:MBLY) is leading in the development of computer vision as well as machine learning, localization and mapping for ADAS (advanced driver assistance systems), data analysis, etc. It was almost a flat year for Mobileye in 2015, but the stock is down approximately 15% year to date. However, the company has performed amazingly well this year as it managed to surpass earnings as well as revenue estimates in the past three quarters.In the recently reported quarter, Mobileye’s revenue and earnings escalated 34% and 27% year over year. On the other hand, the company’s gross profit has jumped from $12 million to $179 million in the past four years.Moving onward, the company detailed that its OEM division performed well, producing sturdy volumes in ASPs (average selling price) and endured to expand visibility for new contract achievements.Mobileye holds a robust position in the automotive industry, as it supplies cameras and sensors to around 90% of the automotive industry. But the company is now belligerently focusing on the driverless car market as it is projected to reach $42 billion by 2025, according to Bloomberg. The company’s products are going to be critical for autonomous vehicles to distinguish roadway lanes, barriers, etc.The company also signed a deal with WABCO (NYSE:WBC) to develop a solution for commercial vehicles that utilizes advanced emergency braking ADAS functionalities and Mobileye’s REM technology. However, the most significant thing is that the company partnered with Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) and BMW (BAMXF) in July to introduce a fully autonomous vehicle platform to market in the impending five years.On top of that, the company announced in August it plans to work with Delphi Automotive to produce a comprehensive self-driving system that will be accessible to any auto manufacturer beginning in 2019.In point of fact, both the partnerships are pointing to Level 4 systems, which propose complete self-driving capability under limited situations. This clearly suggests that the company is headed in the right direction as Intel and BMW are formerly well-established players in the automotive industry.Mobileye also established new contracts with prevailing auto manufacturers for its semi-autonomous Level 3 systems as well as advanced driver-assist systems.ConclusionMobileye is growing at a strong rate and taking smart steps to grasp a strong position in the gradually rising self-driving car market. However, the shares of Mobileye look overvalued. It currently trades at 92 times earnings, which is substantially greater than the industry’s average of 25. As an outcome, investors should wait for a better opportunity to initiate a position in the stock.Disclosure: I do not hold positions in the stocks mentioned in the article.Start a free 7-day trial of Premium Membership to GuruFocus. More...

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23 Questions With Greek Value Investor Dimitrios Koutsoubos 'Unfortunately, Greek investors are mainly using trading and do not trust to buy and hold'  - 23 Questions With Greek Value Investor Dimitrios Koutsoubos
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Weekly CEO Buys Highlights Insiders invest in Skechers, Pennant, Black Stone, OPKO, Chesapeake  - Weekly CEO Buys Highlights
According to GuruFocus’ Insider Data, these are the largest CEO buys during the past week. The overall trend of purchases is illustrated in the chart below: More...

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Clear Skies Ahead for US Surety Bond Sector After 2 successive years of growth, rally in overall premiums is expected to continue  - Clear Skies Ahead For US Surety Bond Sector
Things are looking bright for the surety bond industry. More...

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Carnival Thrives in the Current Environment Low oil price brings profitability for the world’s largest leisure travel company  - Carnival Thrives In The Current Environment
Last week, Princess Cruise Lines, one of the subsidiaries of Carnival Corp. (NYSE:CCL), pleaded guilty to seven federal charges in relation to illegally dumping oily waste into ocean water. More...

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10 Low P/E Picks for the Enterprising Investor Using the ModernGraham Valuation Model reveals top prospects  - 10 Low P/E Picks For The Enterprising Investor
There are a number of great companies in the market today. By using the ModernGraham Valuation Model, I've selected 10 low price-earnings (P/E) stocks for the Enterprising Investor. These companies have the lowest PEmg (price/normalized earnings) ratio out of all companies reviewed by ModernGraham. Each company has been determined to be suitable for the Enterprising Investor and undervalued according to the ModernGraham approach. More...

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