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Amateur investors really can outdo professional investors and fund managers. Peter Lynch explains why

In the first sentence of the first chapter of his best-selling book, “One Up On Wall Street”, Peter Lynch began with these words, “There’s no such thing as a hereditary knack for picking stocks.”

In the second chapter, titled “The Wall Street Oxymorons,” he approached this issue from the other side and told us “To the list of famous oxymorons…I’d add professional investing.” Amateurs should look at professionals with a “skeptical eye.”

Getting more specific, he said institutional investors control 70% of shares in big companies. That’s a lucky break for us, he added, because the professional investors in these

77 Views    Robert Abbott    2018-07-16 21:24
Reports say Toyota and Subaru are working on the next generation 86 and BRZ

Toyota (TM) 86 and sister model Subaru (FUJHY) BRZ have been around for nearly six years now. This clearly suggests that they are heading toward the end of their terms. Evidently, this means that Toyota and Subaru are also planning the successors. According to Japan Times, the second generation models can be expected to hit the road around 2021. The two companies have reportedly started working on the succeeding models to the 86 and BRZ.

Word has it that Toyota and Subaru are developing the next 86 sports car model and aim to launch the compact rear wheel drive sports

89 Views    Mayank Marwah    2018-04-06 13:20
These Japanese equities look appealing

The market that has always been attractive to value investors is Japan. Japanese equity markets have, for the past two decades, been rich and fertile hunting grounds for value investors with many stocks trading below tangible book value.

But the problem is Japanese equities have gone nowhere for the past two decades. Indeed since 1996 the MSCI Japan index is down by 15% and over the past 10 years the index is down 10%. Over the past five years the MSCI Japan has chalked up a positive performance of 28%, but, in comparison to the Standard & Poor's 500’s return

67 Views    Rupert Hargreaves    2017-03-20 19:09

Meanwhile, auto exporters such as Mazda Motor (TSE:7261) and Fuji Heavy Industries (TSE:7270) performed poorly as the wave of yen weakness grinded to a halt. Fundamentals remain relatively solid for these businesses, but we believe further downside for the yen is limited going forward, and hence we have trimmed our position in these names.

From [url=http://www.gurufocus.com/StockBuy.php?GuruName=Matthews+Japan+Fund]Matthews Japan Fund[/url] ([url=http://www.gurufocus.com/StockBuy.php?GuruName=Matthews+Japan+Fund]Trades[/url], [url=http://www.gurufocus.com/holdings.php?GuruName=Matthews+Japan+Fund]Portfolio[/url]) Q1 2015 Commentary.

664 Views    Vera Yuan    2015-04-29 21:01

For the quarter ending March 31, 2015, the [url=http://www.gurufocus.com/StockBuy.php?GuruName=Matthews+Japan+Fund]Matthews Japan Fund[/url] ([url=http://www.gurufocus.com/StockBuy.php?GuruName=Matthews+Japan+Fund]Trades[/url], [url=http://www.gurufocus.com/holdings.php?GuruName=Matthews+Japan+Fund]Portfolio[/url]) rose 17.39% (Investor Class) while its benchmark, the MSCI Japan Index, returned 10.34%.

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Japan experienced a solid rally during the quarter, supported by the Bank of Japan

705 Views    Vera Yuan    2015-04-29 15:47

Like other Matthews funds, the Matthews Japan Fund (Trades, Portfolio) aims to invest at least 80% of its assets in the region of focus

704 Views    Sheila Dang    2015-02-04 23:38

General Motors (GM), America based Multinational Corporation, a leading automobile maker has been consistently making its own mark in various markets worldwide. GM now wants to bag almost 8% of the European market shares. The brand name of GM is Opel in Europe except for UK, where it is Vauxhall. GM started promotion of Chevrolet brand small cars in 2005 in Europe. At the end of 2013 GM had market share of 7% and later proceeded to $0.38 billion profit. However, it could not reach the target of 8%. GM has come up with a plan of dropping Chevrolet brand

804 Views    reports.droy    2015-01-18 12:48

Using the GuruFocus All-In-One Screener, I searched for large cap stocks with the highest Piotroski F-Score of 9 that are trading on the international exchanges. The Piotroski F-Score is a system based on the fundamentals of a company. It was developed by Joseph Piotroski who earned his Ph.D. in accounting from the University of Michigan and is now an associate professor of accounting at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

The F-Scores are in a range of 0-9 based on nine different criteria. If the company has positive characteristics for a certain criteria, it receives 1 point and

1830 Views    Chris Mydlo    2014-10-10 18:54

In 2014 Subaru (FUJHY) has developed a new powertrain that helps the Crosstrek to gain popularity, and remain the king of the new category it defined. Car buyers might call the compact-hatchback all-wheel drive crossover utility vehicle. Recently, during end of the last year, the Crosstrek has been released in its hybrid engine form which holds a lot of promise for Subaru fans. Those who are familiar with the features of the conventional Crossstrek model will surely find the hybrid with a list of upgrades that might be luring to most of the Subaru model seekers. Let’s assess how the

1782 Views    reports.droy    2014-10-05 18:37

Whenever we talk about cars, essentially we talk a lot about new cars and their market across the world but often what goes missing is the resale car section, though it is a major chunk holder in the automobile sector. If we consider the resale car market alone, the numbers stand equal to new car sales and in some quarters even exceed that of new cars. This segment is popular among not just one consumer group but throughout the whole automobile customer world. In the resale segment the small SUVs and crossovers are extremely popular.


550 Views    reports.droy    2014-09-24 21:32

Subaru – the name first tickles my memories of the swanky ‘NASCAR’ in the racing circuit. But let us take a look at the who’s who of Subaru. It is the automotive division of Fuji Heavy Industries (NASDAQ: FUJHY). The specialty division of Subaru, the crossovers, are essentially all-wheel-drive (AWD) vehicles – a feature that is rare among the standard models in its category. The U.S. auto space is dominated by names like General Motors (GM), Volkswagen (VOW) and Toyota (TM).

But Subaru has exuberantly carved a niche for itself in the U.S. market with its exclusivity of all-wheel-drive and

979 Views    reports.droy    2014-09-04 16:02

The automotive division of Fuji Heavy Industries (FUJHY), Subaru has chiefly two markets for its models – first being Japan, which happens to be its home turf, and second is the U.S. where over the last century it has built several Subaru fans as it offers the unique all-wheel drive (AWD) in all its models, seldom seen in most of the models of the automotive honchos. Presently, the sales in the first quarter of the 2015 fiscal have seen a whopping 33.2% drop at the home turf, which is a direct hit on its revenue chart.

Nevertheless to improve its

507 Views    reports.droy    2014-08-27 21:20
Period ended June 30, 2013: For the first half of 2013, the Matthews Japan Fund gained 21.19%, outperforming its benchmark, the MSCI Japan Index, which returned 16.64%. For the quarter ended June 30, the Fund returned 5.99% while its benchmark returned 4.42%. The quarter was a roller coaster ride for Japan investors, marked by strong gains until mid-quarter followed by a sharp correction toward the latter half of the period. The quarter began with the Bank of Japan (BOJ) announcing a larger-than-expected quantitative easing measure that propelled Japan's equity markets to five-year highs. Overseas investors were the primary drivers of
906 Views    Holly LaFon    2013-08-27 16:19

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