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Hirotako Holdings Berhad, an investment holding company, engages in the manufacture and sale of automotive components in Malaysia. It offers safety restraint systems, including seat belts, airbags, and steering wheels to original equipment manufacturers. The company also provides acoustic, thermal, and composite materials, such as noise dampers, sound insulation and absorption products, interior trims, and electrical components. In addition, it offers precision metal forming and machining components and services, including steering wheel, air compressor, shock absorber, and seat belt; components for electrical and ventilation ...
(August 23, 1895 – September 18, 1988) was an American educator, financial analyst, author, economist, professional investor, and in his student years, a protégé of, and as a postgraduate, close colleague of Benjamin Graham at Columbia Business School . He attended the University of Pennsylvania . The Wall Street Crash of 1929 (Black Thursday) almost wiped out Graham, who had started teaching the year before at his alma mater , Columbia. The crash inspired Graham to search for a more conservative, safer way to invest. Graham agreed to teach with the stipulation that someone take notes. Dodd, then a young instructor at Columbia, ...
Reading Michael Burry
archive that still resides on the old Silicon Investor forums. It’s a highly informative read that shows the evolution of Michael Burry from an enthusiast, to an investor with a unique style and philosophy. Here are a few interesting highlights that I came across. Initially, Burry cut his teeth on traditional Ben Graham-type stocks that traded below book value. Below, he discusses the Tejon Ranch Company (TRC), a stock with strong downside protection due to the 270,000 acres that it owned. Looks like TRC is fairly valued on an asset basis if these prices are the case. When reviewing these ads, note that Tehachapi area ... market research, surveys and trends
Organizational Culture « Value Investing In KLSE>Value Investing ...
We have to agree that the Malaysian companies have different working culture than our Western counterparts.But if we look at giant successful companies,which most of them are from the developed countries,we should start to look at good culture which should be practised in this era of globalisation.  In today’s globalised world,the competition is fierce,hence Malaysian companies must be able to change their ways of doing things.What are the good points which drive companies like Maxis,Digi,Dutch Lady,BAT,Nestle to perform extremely well for the past decade?  Is it the people in the company ?According Philip A. Fisher,it is ... market research, surveys and trends


Value Investing, and a Few Cigar Butts: Special Situations, Part 3
Hi! I'm Mike, I'm 17 years old and have been learning about investing for about 4 years since I was 13, I use the value philosophy combined with portfolio concentration to manage my money and that of a few relatives. In the first two parts of the special situations I wrote about different special situations, or value with a catalyst as Joel Greenblatt calls it, mainly from the book You Can Be a Stock Market Genius . The third part of the series is about special situations used by hedge funds today, mainly from the books, Super Cash and How to Trade Like Warren Buffett by James Altucher and Value Investing Made Easy by ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
To Be A Success Trader: Li Lu sharing his Value Investing Strategies
Disclaimer: This is a personal weblog, reflecting my personal views. All information provided here are to share only.The author should not be held liable for any information errors, incompleteness, or delays, or for any actions taken in reliance on information contained herein. This past weekend was the Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK.A / BRK.B) annual shareholder meeting. At one point during the Q&A, a questioner asked Warren Buffett about the status of Berkshire’s CIO candidates. Charlie Munger remarked that one candidate who he is particular close with was up 200% in 2009 with 0 leverage. Some people think that the person ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Taking on iPhone could be too much for LG, Nokia
(Reuters) - Dethroning Apple's iPhone could prove to be too big a bite for some of the old leaders of the cellphone industry, including LG Electronics( 066570.KS ), who are only now scrambling to catch up with their phones and services. Nokia( NOK1V.HE ), Samsung( 005930.KS ) and LG control 70 percent of the total handset market but their failure to stop Apple's roaring march in the smartphone market has hit their profits and is now raising questions about whether it is a fight they will want to continue. Apple ( AAPL.O ), which entered the handset industry only three years ago, makes one iPhone for every 13 phones ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Book Summary - "The Little Book Of Value Investing" By Chris Browne (Part 2)
(The lower the price, the higher the return) - Buying Low P/E has worked over the years in all countries all industries. - Earnings yield = inverse of P/E - Use it to compare to other investments. - Consider inflation effects on purchasing power - Trailing P/E (rear view mirror) v/s Forward P/E (often optimistic projections) - Graham looked for cos with stable record of earnings, predictable. - Buying cheap on past earnings for such stable cos is good. - Discussion on Cash flow and FCF and its merits. - Chris also looks at low P/E in terms of their worth to a potential acquirer. - EBITDA and how LBOs use EBITDA. Measure of debt ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Book Recs2 pdf.indd
Value Investing Made Easy, by Janet Lowe. ★★★ This is among the easiest investing books to read. Nonetheless, it provides an ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Day Trading: Your Dollars at Risk
Day traders rapidly buy and sell stocks throughout the day in the hope that their stocks will continue climbing or falling in value for the seconds to minutes they own the stock, allowing them to lock in quick profits. Day traders usually buy on borrowed money, hoping that they will reap higher profits through leverage, but running the risk of higher losses too. While day trading is neither illegal nor is it unethical, it can be highly risky.  Most individual investors do not have the wealth, the time, or the temperament to make money and to sustain the devastating losses that day trading can bring. Here are some of the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Exotic Options On Bloomberg Made Easy
Made Easy. Bloomberg is a global, multimedia-based distributor of ... OVX and OVXT allows the clients to value a whole range of exotic options - this ... Barrier Options - these options are designed to allow the investor to benefit from ...
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What are the advantages and disadvantages in investing in the ...
The magic of compounding is what makes the market so attractive. Of course there is risk, but the reward makes it worth the risk....Please read this article. It will open your eyes. Stocks provide you with the opportunity to grow your money at a rate higher than inflation. That's very important because your money becomes worth less every year as measured in buying power if it grows at a lower rate than inflation. The disadvantage is that you can lose a lot of money if you make poor choices or if the market goes down. You need to invest for the long haul. You also have to do your ...