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June 2017 conference call with Fairholme founder and chief investment officer

Moderator: Daniel Schmerin

June 29, 2017

EDITED FOR CLARITY AND ACCURACY

Operator: Good morning. My name is Kristy and I will be your conference operator today. At this time, I would like to welcome everyone to the Fairholme Capital Management (“Fairholme” or the “Firm”) June 2017 Public Conference Call.

[url=http://www.gurufocus.com/StockBuy.php?GuruName=Bruce+Berkowitz]Bruce Berkowitz[/url] ([url=http://www.gurufocus.com/StockBuy.php?GuruName=Bruce+Berkowitz]Trades[/url], [url=http://www.gurufocus.com/holdings.php?GuruName=Bruce+Berkowitz]Portfolio[/url]), the Firm’s Founder and Chief Investment Officer, will be answering questions submitted in advance by callers. Moderating the call today is Daniel Schmerin, Fairholme’s Director of Investment Research. Also joining them on the call is David Thompson, Managing Partner at Cooper and Kirk and one of the

1177 Views    Holly LaFon    2017-07-11 19:20
The stocks of low debt and high profitability

I love to return to stock-picking concepts that have stood the test of time.

One of them is to pick stocks of companies with low debt and high profitability.

Over the years I’ve published 13 lists of low-debt recommendations. The average 12-month return on them has been 33.6%, although none has been that high since the financial crisis of 2007-2009. By comparison, the average 12-month return on the S&P for the same periods has been 8.6%

Twelve of the 13 lists have been profitable, and 11 of them have beaten the S&P 500.

Last year’s list scored a narrow victory

2330 Views    John Dorfman    2016-05-13 21:22
My Bunny Portfolio, which has an admirable record since I launched it in 1999, fell on its face in the past year.

My Bunny Portfolio, which has an admirable record since I launched it in 1999, fell on its face in the past year.

This hypothetical portfolio is named after the Energizer Bunny of battery-commercial fame, which was “still going” long after you would have expected it to stop. The portfolio contains 10 stocks that have shown superb earnings growth in the past, but are cheap because investors think their outlook is grim.

The theory behind the portfolio is that people are poor predictors of the future and therefore these companies’ success may continue. Obviously, this is a risky

1177 Views    John Dorfman    2015-12-09 21:41

The hottest stocks that receive the most coverage in the press are exciting to own, but investors are often in for a bumpy ride. Take for example Apple (AAPL), who had millions of eyes watching when the company released the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. A snafu for a company like Apple can affect stocks in a major way, whether it’s warranted or not. On the other hand, companies in a relatively unexciting industry and those with a smaller, more regional presence often enjoy more stability without the daily press coverage.

Former manager of Fidelity’s Magellan Fund Peter Lynch

787 Views    Sheila Dang    2014-09-30 18:21

ACE Limited (ACE) is an insurance and reinsurance organization. The company provides commercial insurance products and service offerings such as risk management programs, loss control and engineering and complex claims management. The company’s segments are: Insurance - North American, Insurance - Overseas General, Global Reinsurance, and Life.

An Efficient Strategy

ACE Limited made significant acquisitions to expand its business. The company's more significant deal was the 80% acquisition of Rain and Hail Insurance Service, Inc. that it did not already own, for approximately $1.1 billion in cash. Rain and Hail is the second largest crop insurer in the U.S.

813 Views    Damian Illia    2014-03-18 22:29
“Formal education will earn you a living; self-education will earn you a fortune.” – John Patterson The financial crisis of late 2008 and early 2009 had a profound effect on the future investing strategy which I would employ going forward. It literally changed my entire outlook on value investing; I would become a balance sheet oriented investor who held large concentrations in a limited amount of stocks. The credit crisis had served to remind me of Buffett’s three most importance words in investing: margin of safety. It seemed that my investing success had caused me to lose sight of the
2063 Views    John Emerson    2013-08-05 22:17
"Over time, most insurers experience a substantial underwriting loss, which makes their economics far different from ours." [url=http://www.gurufocus.com/StockBuy.php?GuruName=Warren+Buffett]Warren Buffett[/url] Identifying the right company and having the intestinal fortitude to hold the stock over an extended period of time can lead to retirement prosperity. Well-managed insurance companies, with long-term growth potential, are perfect candidates so long as they are purchased at the right price. Imagine the effect on [url=http://www.gurufocus.com/StockBuy.php?GuruName=Warren+Buffett]Warren Buffett[/url]'s or Benjamin Graham's overall net worth without Geico Inc. The same goes for [url=http://www.gurufocus.com/StockBuy.php?GuruName=Prem+Watsa]Prem Watsa[/url] without his Fairfax insurance operations. Great insurance companies differentiate themselves from mediocre ones by their ability
1984 Views    John Emerson    2013-05-26 13:13
Buying stocks before the ex-dividend date is simple. If you buy a stock before the ex-dividend date and hold them, you will receive the next dividend. Buying high yielding stocks is not a one way strategy to high returns. In addition to high returns, the valuation should be fair. This is the main reason why I screen every day tomorrow’s best ex-dividend stocks by yield and market capitalization. A full list of all stocks with payment dates can be found here: [url=http://ex-dividend-dates.blogspot.de/2013/01/ex-dividend-stocks-on-february-01-2013.html]Ex-Dividend Stocks Feb 3, 2013[/url]. In total, four stocks and preferred shares go ex dividend, of which one yields
786 Views    Dividend    2013-01-31 15:36
Buying stocks before the ex-dividend date is simple. If you buy a stock before the ex-dividend date and hold it, you will receive the next dividend. Buying high yielding stocks is not a one-way strategy to high returns. In addition to high returns, the valuation should be fair. This is the main reason why I screen every day tomorrow’s best ex-dividend stocks by yield and market capitalization. A full list of all stocks with payment dates can be found here: [url=http://ex-dividend-dates.blogspot.de/2013/01/ex-dividend-stocks-on-january-31-2013.html]Ex-Dividend Stocks January 31, 2013[/url]. In total, four stocks and preferred shares go ex dividend, of which two yield more
710 Views    Dividend    2013-01-30 15:51

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