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“Successful Investing takes time, discipline and patience.  No matter how great the talent or effort, some things just take time:  You can’t produce a baby in one month by getting nine women pregnant.”- Warren Buffett The bull market that started in March of 2009 is now on the verge of its 6th and a half year,...
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There have been a few good articles lately on market valuations. We are in an extremely odd investment environment with hundreds of billions dollars’ worth of government bonds across the globe trading at negative interest rates. Basically, they are guaranteeing themselves a loss unless they can pick up a few pennies before a bigger sucker...
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One of the best value investors that I follow is Donald Yacktman.  I appreciate the way that he looks at risk-adjusted returns and takes a truly long-term perspective with only about 7% turnover, which is exceptionally low for a mutual fund.  Right now he is finding the most value in large consumer staples companies such...
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Here is Tim Travis’ research report on Pepsi (PEP) on March 27rd 2012.   http://seekingalpha.com/article/461211-pepsi-a-great-business-at-a-fair-price
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I wanted to highlight a few key points but honestly I think I’d be doing you a disservice as the whole thing was wonderful.  He add really interesting color on Apple (AAPL), Pepsi (PEP), and normalized profit margins.  Yacktman is one of my favorite fund managers and is somebody that I pay close attention to....
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http://seekingalpha.com/article/461211-pepsi-a-great-business-at-a-fair-price INVESTING IN THE FINANCIAL MARKETS INVOLVES RISKS. OPTIONS ARE NOT SUITABLE FOR ALL INVESTORS.
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The following article is pretty indicative of the bullish argument for gold.  While I certainly have no faith in any paper currencies, I’d much rather invest in assets that are likely to grow and that have some level of pricing power.  One time Warren Buffett was asked by a student how they could protect themselves...
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Today there is a very interesting article on http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-01-30/longest-s-p-500-valuation-slump-since-nixon-discounting-record-u-s-profit.html showing the immense pessimism priced into US equities, exhibited by the extremely low price/earnings ratios.  Markets go from periods of pessimism to periods of exuberance, but what is striking about the last several years is that at no point has the market rallied to a point...
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