The pendulum is swinging back to Europe and Asia, whose stock markets are more enticingly valued than ours right now, suggests Jim Pearce, editor of Investing Daily’s flagship newsletter, Personal Finance.
I’ve been watching Tata Motors Ltd. (TTM) over the past few years with increasing interest. As India’s largest carmaker, it stands to benefit from the tenfold projected....More>>>
My friend Brendan Ahern at KraneShares sometimes describes himself as an "index nerd." While you and I might read through the football scores over the weekend, Brendan will be reading the latest 100-page changes in index methodologies from the big stock-index providers. It's incredibly dry reading. But Brendan discovers some extraordinary stuff in there… ....More>>>
Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) is a spin-off from Northrop Grumman (NOC) that began trading publicly in March of 2011. The company has a pretty impressive moat, being that it is the only builder of the United States nuclear-powered aircraft carriers. Besides the carriers, HII builds Virginia-class submarines, amphibious assault and transport ships and cutters for the United States Coast Guard.....More>>>
As we bid farewell to 2016, a few companies are already gearing up to kick off the new year, which we expect to be much stronger for IPOs. Four companies filed in the past week including APM provider AppDynamics (Private:APDYN), metallurgical coal miner Ramaco (METC), immunotherapy developer Jounce Therapeutics (JNCE) and Swiss biopharmaceutical company ObsEva (OBSV).
Patrons enjoying an evening outdoors at Bryant Park Grill & Caf茅 (Source: Company Website)
Ark Restaurants Corp. (NASDAQ:ARKR) owns and operates 21 restaurant/bars and 19 fast food concepts/catering operations with different trade names except for Gallagher’s and Rustic Inn, of which there are pairs of each. Notably, ARKR owns Bryant Park Grill &....More>>>
Berkshire (NYSE:BRK.A)(NYSE:BRK.B)’s gain in net worth during 2016 was $27.5 billion, which increased the per-share book value of both our Class A and Class B stock by 10.7%. Over the last 52 years (that is, since present manageme
Warren Buffett released his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway’s (NYSE: BRK.A) shareholders. As a shareholder and avid investor, his letters are my one must-read source of investing wisdom each year. If I could read only one piece each year on investing, it would be Buffett’s an
“The Bet” (or how your money finds its way to Wall Street)
In this section, you will encounter, early on, the story of an investment bet I made nine years ago and, next, some strong opinions I have about investing. As a starter, though, I want to briefly describe Long Bet