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High Concept Value Investing

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A complete guide for those whose dream is to be rewarded with vast wealth from the stock market. Looking at what has worked in investing, four concepts stand out. Value investing, small cap stocks, high dividend stocks, and macroeconomic trends. One thing that is odd in the rush to file S-11's for new REITs, is the lack of filings of N-2's for new business development companies. So far just three have filed during this landrush to the SEC. The public markets have lost two BDC's (ALD and PCAP) to mergers, along with relatively little capital raising from secondary offerings. This doesn't make sense since the ...
However, the future distributions and the appropriate discount rate can only be assumptions. For the last 25 years, Warren Buffett has taken the value investing concept even further with a focus on "finding an outstanding company at a sensible price" rather than generic companies at a bargain price.
Value Investing
The recent economic downturn has seen many people lose large amounts of money in stocks and securities as poor trading conditions have seen investors lose confidence in the markets driving prices every lower. However, in many cases one may consider that there are still a large number of companies in the market with a good underlying business model available at bargain prices. As such one view is that if the economy is set to turn for the better and stocks at an all-time low, the potential for gains through investment may never have been better. However, investors need to be careful not to simply get caught in the next bubble. ... market research, surveys and trends
How to Measure Brand Value: Likes, Followers, Influencers, Views ...
Actually a number of events and trends have conspired like a perfect storm over the last several years to put brands and their stewards on the hot seat. Recession has reduced marketing departments and dollars and undermined CMO confidence and stature. Toyota and Tiger have themselves punctured legendary brand infallibility and auras of trust. Famous Detroit name plates continue to die. The specter of a BP brand corpse now hovers. (Captain Old Spice may not be able to save the Gulf but can he restore our love and respect for brands ?) The explosion of social media channels and technologies has forced brands to play catch up with ... market research, surveys and trends


Bruce Greenwald on Value Investing - US News and World Report
First of all, Goldman and GE are not real Warren Buffett moves. They're literally what he did at Solomon Brothers. He got paid very handsomely both in terms of a high return and protection on the downside. His preferred carries a significant interest return on it and is protected in event of a catastrophe. He got a very favorable deal. This is not the kind of real investment he's making. He has talked about accumulating further positions in one of two financial services companies. I don't know if he's had to reveal which one yet, but it's either American Express or Wells Fargo . There you can see what ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Value Investing | Value Investor
Jeff Middleswart is portfolio manager of the Vice Fund (VICEX)and Director of Research for Behind the Numbers.  The Vice Fund is a mutual fund primarily focused on the alcohol, tobacco, gaming and defense industries.  Founded in 1988, Behind the Numbers (BTN) is an independent research provider to institutional money managers. Given that BTN research is focused on stocks to avoid or sell short, Jeff has an extensive background in ferreting out potential problems from companies’ financial statements. Prior to his work on the short side, Mr. Middleswart served as Senior Analyst at Barre and Co (now Southwest Securities) where he ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Book summary - "The Little Book of Value Investing" by Chris Browne.
I am presenting my summary of the book "The Little Book of Value Investing" by Chris Browne. Chris Browne who passed away in 2009 was one of the great value investors over the past 30+ years. This is an excellent book to re-inforce all the value investing principles and is a pretty quick read too. I will post the summary over multiple articles since my notes are long. Chapter 1: Buy stocks on sale. The basic concept of Value Investing is "Buying a business for far less than it is worth". Value investing is not a set of hard and fast rules. When prices drop, people buy more of the things they want and need, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Ben Graham's Winning Investment Advice
You may not realize this, but it's true: For every successful investor you meet, there is an even greater mentor lurking somewhere in the shadows. Let's face it. No one was born to be great investor. Instead, investing is a craft that is learned somewhere outside of your genetic code. Unlike the ability to sing or run a 4.2 forty, someone has to show you the ropes. And when it comes to stock market investment advice, there's no better place to start than with “the dean of Wall Street," Benjamin Graham. This Play Just Keeps Making Money - 155%... 323%... 618%... ???% Recently, I released a special ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Principles of value investing still hold true
Aug 5, 2009 ... disciplines of value investing laid out 75 years ago by Mr. Graham. ... cents or 70 cents, putting in place the concept of ... have found the trend to high-speed , in-and-out trading anathema. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Investment Concepts
Investment Concepts. CA Debt & Investment Advisory Commission. November2003 .... What is a Stable Value Fund? • A Stable Value Fund invests in high-grade ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Review -- The Intelligent Investor
The fifth and last edition, in 1973, of Graham's book remains a popular and valuable book on investing.  In it Graham outlines the principles of investing that he developed over 50 years of practicing the art.  It is a tribute to the timelessness of Graham's principles, and perhaps, the unchanging fundamental nature of Wall Street, that the book remains quite relevant to 2003.  In fact, the current market, having lost the value that it gained in the fin de siecle bull market, is quite similar to the market in the early 1970s, which had seen a series of speculative bubbles in the previous decade. ...
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Does it mean "if the company had to dissolve tomorrow, this (NTA) is what a "Bargain Sale" of all their assets (after subtracting debt and liabilities) would bring you per share? If it is this, or something like this, how low could a company trade below NTA? How does it make sense that anyone would sell the share for an amount considerably less than NTA? Would it be simply due to "oppourtunity cost" (correct me if I'm using the wrong term here), ie. "put it somewhere else because if it goes bust, we will get our money back but it might take years to wind up" -- or are there other reasons? ...
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