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  • Managing partners
    IN THE run-up to the British election this month, it was taken for granted that politics was entering ...
  • Arevaderci
    Finding flaws in Flamanville PLANS for rescuing France’s ailing nuclear engineer, Areva, became a little clearer this week ...
  • Knock ’em down, build ’em up
    Hard hats, hard times for Dilma IN 2014 Brazilian builders had a bumper year. Stadiums had to be ...
  • Kiwis as guinea pigs
    IN MEDICINE, trials are conducted on guinea pigs, rats, mice and rabbits. In digital businesses, tests are performed ...
  • Doubling down
    AFTER years of spectacular growth that propelled Macau past Las Vegas to become the gambling capital of ...
  • Quote of the Week
    Janet Yellen today in a speech in Providence, RI: I am describing the outlook that I see as most likely, but based on many years ...
  • Sector Performance
    The chart below shows performance of US sectors over the trailing 12, 6, and 1 month(s).  Performance updated through 5/21/15. The performance above is based ...
  • Momentum on the Sector Level
    It was over a year ago now that we took our Technical Leaders Indexing methodology—used to build the suite of PowerShares DWA Momentum ETFs—down to ...
  • Podcast: Trying to Have It All
    Podcast: Trying to Have It All Andy Hyer & Chris Moyer
  • High RS Diffusion Index
    The chart below measures the percentage of high relative strength stocks that are trading above their 50-day moving average (universe of mid and large cap ...
  • No Newsletter this Week
    There’s no CWS Market Review this week. Have a happy and safe Memorial Day weekend. I’ll be back next week with a new issue of ...
  • Morning News: May 22, 2015
    ECB’s Draghi Calls for Reform, Points to Europe’s Modest Prospects Merkel Warns ‘Whole Lot Left’ to Do on Greece Bailout Talks German Growth and Confidence ...
  • Ross Stores Earns $1.33 per Share
    After today’s close, Ross Stores (ROST) reported very good earnings. For their fiscal Q1, Ross earned $1.33 per share. Three months ago, they told us ...
  • Qualcomm Initiates Accelerated Share Repurchase
    Qualcomm (QCOM) announced today that they’re launching their accelerated share repurchase program. This is part of their $15 billion buyback program announced in March. The ...
  • Morning News: May 21, 2015
    Eurozone Economy Continues to Grow Modestly, Survey Finds Greek Optimism About Imminent Deal Not Justified: Schaeuble Japan Plans to Expand Infrastructure Investment in Asia Global ...
  • Warren Buffett's Op-Ed on the Earned Income Tax Credit
    Link to: Better Than Raising the Minimum WageIn my mind, the country’s economic policies should have two main objectives. First, we should ...
  • Links
    How Do You Utilize 2nd Level Thinking? (LINK)Related book: The Most Important ThingAre declining businesses good shorts? (LINK)Carson Block ...
  • Vaclav Smil video: Energy Transitions
    [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxO3s0U5WdY?list=PL-hIxnwiNB0UzNr9y-FtgRs_YKLEz2tsL]Link to video..................Related book: Energy Transitions: History, Requirements, Prospects [For other books by Vaclav Smil, go HERE.]
  • We Need A Modern Origin Story: A Big History
    Link to: Edge #441 - A Conversation With David ChristianIn modern science, and I include the humanities here, science in a German ...
  • Links
    Oaktree’s Marks Says Europe Better Bet Than ‘Highly Priced’ U.S. (LINK)“We are at a point in the cycle where we ...
  • Then/Now
    THEN Privacy NOW Everybody knows everything and despite protestations, you provide this information willingly, on Facebook, Instagram… We all want to be known, until we ...
  • 10 Sunday Reads
    My easy-like Sunday morning loll around in bed reads: • Yellen Sees Rate Rise in 2015, Gradual Tightening Thereafter (Bloomberg) • How ‘Mathiness’ Made Me Jaded About ...
  • Institutional Recidivism
    Dissenting Statement Regarding Certain Waivers Granted by the Commission for Certain Entities Pleading Guilty to Criminal Charges Involving Manipulation of Foreign Exchange Rates Commissioner Kara ...
  • ENTOURAGE Movie Trailer
      Source: NYT
  • How Is Your Personal Economic Recovery Going?
    Are you not feeling the economic recovery? This could be why. Barry Ritholtz Washington Post, May 17 2015       “The future is already ...
  • Superpower
    Ian Bremmer’s new book on the future of the US and geopolitics, Superpower, just hit the streets yesterday, and it’s already creating quite a buzz. ...
  • Secular Versus Cyclical: Notes from SIC 2015
    The consensus I’m hearing and reading from the 500+ attendees at the recent Strategic Investment Conference is that this was the best ever. It was ...
  • How to Dress for a Rainy Day
    Valuations are quite high and could spur financial instability, Janet Yellen told us yesterday. The question on the lips of the attendees at my recent ...
  • The Third and Final Transformation of Monetary Policy
    The law of unintended consequences is becoming ever more prominent in the economic sphere, as the world becomes exponentially more complex with every passing year. ...
  • Half a Bubble Off Dead Center
    I can sense a growing unease as I talk with investors and other friends, from professional market watchers and traders to casual observers. What in ...
  • What is austerity?
     LOTS of people debate and campaign against austerity, but what exactly is it? Dictionary definitions vary. Merriam-Webster ...
  • How will we cope with another downturn?
    Dole queue bluesHOW strong is the American economy? Forecasters are pretty confident: the average prediction is ...
  • Sell in May...
    WHEN both bonds and equities sell off, something interesting is going on. At the time of writing, the ...
  • The winning formula?
    SINCE the financial crisis began in 2007-08, developed world governments of both left and right have struggled to get re-elected (with the striking exception of ...
  • Soaring sterling
    THE pound jumped in the foreign exchange markets as soon as the exit poll was released last night, ...
  • Trading the Euro, Simple Jack Edition
    After a month’s worth of fake breakouts and breakdowns, the euro finally made its move over the past two weeks. Bearish euro/bullish USD sentiment, after many months ...
  • Grexit and the euro
    I was just asked by a sell-side friend what the probability of a Grexit in the near term was and what would happen to the euro. This ...
  • The Federal Reserve, on Avalanche Patrol
    In September of last year the Fed laid out in rough terms which tools it intends to use in the normalization process and the order ...
  • EEM and Commodities, updated view
    Back in early January I posted the charts of EEM and copper since 2003, with brief commentary. I think it is helpful to ...
  • Calling Out the Europe-Wags-US Bond Story
    Many, if not most point to the stunning decline in European bond yields as the primary factor driving US bonds over the past year. And ...
  • Queensifying Long Island
    “A surprising solution for city’s housing dilemma” (May 4) correctly addresses a growing regional cohesion forming across Nassau and Suffolk counties concerning transit-oriented... To ...
  • A plan to rescue public housing from its money pit
    The de Blasio administration's plan to get the city's largest landlord--the New York City Housing Authority—on stronger financial footing is ostensibly good news for its ...
  • Here are New York's most profitable public companies
    Company(rank)Revenue (in millions)Net income (in millions)Profit margin* Macquarie Infrastructure Co. (No. 117) $1,351 $1,042 77.1% Chimera Investment Corp. (No. 134) $973 $589 60.6% Ares... To view the full story, click the title link.
  • Right idea, wrong avenue
    Interesting article (“Champagne with your Cialis? It’s the pharmacy for the 1%,” May 18). We live right around the corner from this business, and my ...
  • A new kind of co-op
    Caroline Woolard first got the idea to invest in commercial property when she realized she would soon be priced out of her artist's studio in ...
  • Twitter Digest: 2013-06-09
    Given that I block NSA & PRISM tweets, was entertaining tuning into twitter & trying to figure why everyone was on about Lord Snowdon -> ...
  • Twitter Digest: 2013-06-07
    Photo-set: Flooding Across Central Europe – http://t.co/8G6j8teCbd -> CDC Update: Severe Respiratory Illness Associated with Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus – http://t.co/hWqN1338VN -> Col Flagg: ...
  • Twitter Digest: 2013-06-05
    FRED: Free Energy Data – http://t.co/90H7GVDazO -> Solipsisms ‘r’ us, courtesy of my friends at @thinkup: I apparently mention me a lot – http://t.co/9rTRXvBM9D -> ...
  • Twitter Digest: 2013-06-04
    The new Google Maps is truly Windows-ishly slow loading. I find myself non-clicking map links to avoid the dot-dot wait screen. -> Looking at 1980 ...
  • Saturday Cinema with Le Fly: Suspicion
    The master of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock, was a true psychopath. I’ve recently seen a biopic about the man and there are many, many things disturbing ...
  • Be Careful For What You Ask For
    I’m revenge trading hard on this FEYE, throwing spears into the faces of the clown-rapists who laid into me last year for losing millions in ...
  • Long the Fat Man
    Next to the burrito eating sloths in Mexico, America is the fattest nation in the world. We, as a people, are not fat because we ...
  • I’m Gonna Blow Your Mind With This Post
    Have a great fucking Friday. Get out there, like the nerds you are, and kill it. You’ve got the tools you need for success and ...
  • Top Ranked Stocks
    Here’s your weekly look at the top 100 ranked stocks inside of Exodus. This screen searches for the top ranked stocks, all with positive free cash flow. Stocks must trade an ...
  • STTG Market Recap May 22, 2015
    It was a quiet Friday to end a quiet week as it seems most of Wall Street left for the Hamptons last weekend. The ...
  • STTG Market Recap May 21, 2015
    Another quiet session in a week full of them. The S&P 500 gained 0.23% and the NASDAQ 0.38% as morning weakness was bought. ...
  • STTG Market Recap May 20 2015
    It was another quiet session as there was very little reaction to the Federal Reserve minutes which basically reinforced what everyone expected - there will ...
  • STTG Market Recap May 19, 2015
    It was a very quiet session at the index level for the markets as the S&P 500 fell 0.06% and the NASDAQ 0.17%. ...
  • STTG Market Recap May 18, 2015
    Indexes posted moderate gains Monday as a mixed morning led to afternoon buying; that is the pattern one wants to see. The S&P 500 ...
  • picking winners
    The business of investment consulting has remained relatively unexamined given its importance to institutional asset owners. An analysis from an unlikely source might help ...
  • look in the fridge
    An online comment results in some further thoughts about the due diligence process. The quality of such an investigation depends on searching in unexpected ...
  • welcome to the machine
    The opinions of billionaires tend to get a lot of attention, but usually aren't as challenging to explore as this one, which involves a different ...
  • a way in
    In performing due diligence, you are looking for an avenue of inquiry that will yield unusual discoveries. Some current examples, large and small.
  • defining due diligence
    We hear the term all the time throughout the industry, especially in regard to the analysis of investment managers. What does it mean?
  • Links for 05-24-15
    A Conversation About Inequality and Atkinson - Paul Krugman A Brief But Affectionate Review - Roger Farmer Did the iPhone kill BlackBerry? - Digitopoly The ...
  • Surprise!
    How the world has surprised Brad DeLong: Four Ways in Which the World Has Surprised Me Over the Past Decade with Its Economics: A good ...
  • Richmond Fed Interview: Claudia Goldin
    This is the first part of an interview of Claudia Goldin by the Richmond Fed (later she also talks about her work on education and ...
  • Video: Top Rate of Taxation
    Taxing high incomes – a special session discussing recent research on top tax rates in the UK, France and Denmark, and their effects on tax ...
  • Links for 05-23-15
    Hypocritical Sloth - Paul Krugman It’s not nice to fool your colleagues - Paul Romer Federal Reserve ?????????? - Brad DeLong The Outlook for the ...
  • Beating the Bias Trap (Additional Resources)
    When I attend presentations of various sorts, I am often frustrated in that I want to try to take in and engage with what is ...
  • Investing as a Liberal Art
    I was James Osborne’s guest yesterday on his “Fireside Markets” podcast. James entitled it “Investing as a Liberal Art.” It was a wide-ranging discussion that ...
  • Buster Olney is Biased
    Bill Baer of NBC Sports created this wonderful image of tweets accusing ESPN’s Buster Olney of being biased against their teams…with 28 different teams represented. To ...
  • You Can’t Outrun the Boulder
    The idea behind tactical asset management is to make tactical shifts in asset allocation in order to take advantage of what is doing well and ...
  • Make Fewer Decisions
    WARNING: The following is real security camera footage and it is truly horrible. In August of 2010, while visiting a shopping center in Daejon, South ...
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  • Pro reshuffles Internet picks. Here's why...
    Mark Mahaney, RBC Capital Markets analyst, shares his strategy of shedding some high-profile tech names and placing his bets instead on several small-cap sweet spots.
  • Can GAP get its mojo back?
    Dorothy Lakner, Topeka Capital Markets, provides perspective on what's hurting the apparel retailer and why things are working at Old Navy.
  • HP to sell 51% of Tsinghua Holdings
    Brian White, Cantor Fitzgerald, takes a look inside the tech giant's quarterly results and weighs in on HP selling its majority stake in the Chinese ...
  • Taking McDonald's to the next level: Pro
    R.J. Hottovy, Morningstar, weighs in on McDonald's turnaround plan and whether franchisees and investors can expect big changes at the Golden Arches.
  • Takeover rumors target Salesforce
    Kirk Materne, Evercore Partners, says the odds of a buyer for Salesforce.com are low, and explains why he raised the price target on the stock.
  • What Kind of Investment Advice Would Don Draper Have Received?
    Everyone’s been talking about the Mad Men series finale lately. I’ll spare you my opinion on Don, Betty and Peggy’s swan song, but I’ve been ...
  • How Do You Utilize 2nd Level Thinking?
    “If you don’t have superior insight, how can something be to your advantage?” – Howard Marks Last week I had the chance to speak to a ...
  • The Four Pillars of Retirement Savings
    I read plenty of stories in the financial media about the coming retirement crisis, but I see far fewer people willing to offer legitimate solutions ...
  • Are Long-Term Bonds Worth the Risk?
    A couple weeks I looked at the history of corrections in long-term U.S. treasury bonds. I received a few follow-up questions from people asking for ...
  • Is This the Top?
    Here are some better questions to ask yourself: Have scary news headlines, market valuation techniques, pundit predictions, geopolitical events or your gut instincts ever worked ...
  • Beating the Bias Trap (Additional Resources)
    When I attend presentations of various sorts, I am often frustrated in that I want to try to take in and engage with what is ...
  • Investing as a Liberal Art
    I was James Osborne’s guest yesterday on his “Fireside Markets” podcast. James entitled it “Investing as a Liberal Art.” It was a wide-ranging discussion that ...
  • Buster Olney is Biased
    Bill Baer of NBC Sports created this wonderful image of tweets accusing ESPN’s Buster Olney of being biased against their teams…with 28 different teams represented. To ...
  • You Can’t Outrun the Boulder
    The idea behind tactical asset management is to make tactical shifts in asset allocation in order to take advantage of what is doing well and ...
  • Make Fewer Decisions
    WARNING: The following is real security camera footage and it is truly horrible. In August of 2010, while visiting a shopping center in Daejon, South ...
  • Client engagement: An art and a science
    Engagement is a bit of a buzz-word in banking. In recent years, digital engagement has become a watchword for progressive brands seeking to prove their ...
  • Mobile Apps in Wealth Management
    Private banking and wealth management clients are a lot more tech savvy and a lot smarter than they were just a few years ago. This ...
  • CFA Institute Annual Conference
    Greetings from Frankfurt and the 68th CFA Institute Annual Conference. I'm here to speak today about getting started with social media strategies for financial professionals. ...
  • Greek Finances. What the Numbers Tell You
    You don’t need a degree in economics to understand that Greece is in a bit of a pickle. Instead of going down the usual route ...
  • Aaaaand... the blog is back.
    Apologies for the radio silence. It's been a bit hectic this past month with the kind of stuff that actually pays the bills. Later this week ...
  • May 20, 2015
    I blogged yesterday that I didn’t like the look of the negative breadth that accompanied the indexes’ moves to higher-highs early in the day, and ...
  • May 17, 2015
    The S&P 500 Index made an all-time closing high on Thursday as the market attempts to break out of its current choppy range, and followed ...
  • May 13, 2015
    The indexes remain in a trendless, choppy range characterized by what have become habitual swings around the 50-day moving average in the NASDAQ Composite Index, ...
  • May 10, 2015
    The market capped off a volatile week with a big gap-up move on Friday following what was viewed as a benign jobs number from the ...
  • May 6, 2015
    As the old 1960’s anthem goes, you don’t need a weatherman to tell you which way the wind is blowing. As I blogged earlier in ...
  • Number-crunching the FX fixing fines
    Behind the numbers in the FX fixing scandal, which represented a "brazen 'heads I win, tails you lose' scheme", according to New York State superintendent ...
  • A multiple choice question
    So the ECB's recent revelation that they will frontload QE purchases ahead of the illiquid summer period represents:a) A sensible precaution  given ...
  • Which of these things is not like the others?
    1) The quarterly annualized run-rate of retail sales has been at its worst level since the crisis:
  • 20 Questions
    1) How high will Bund yields go in this rout?2) Will Schatz yields go positive again this year?3) The Shanghai Comp ...
  • Spring has sprung
    Suddenly, the long cold winter appears to be but a distant memory.   Spring is in the air- and not just because of the warm sunny ...
  • Indonesian Equities On Support
    Second chart of the day focuses on the Indonesian stock market, which has been under pressure since Dr Ben Bernanke (remember him?) started to discuss Federal ...
  • Japanese Yen Weakness
    Today's chart of the day focuses on the currency market. US Dollar has been under correction mode ever since I've discussed it here on the blog ...
  • Emerging Markets Triangle
    Today's chart of the day focuses on the global stock market conditions and in particular the under-performance of the emerging market equities. I recently written ...
  • Crude Oil At A Bottom: Part 2
    Second chart of the day refocuses our attention back to Crude Oil prices. In a recent article, I discussed Oil's crash, extreme oversold levels and recent ...
  • Euro’s Short Squeeze!
    Today's chart of the day focuses on the currency market and the extreme volatility we have witnessed in recent months. Basically, when we observe the Euro, ...
  • What Kind of Investment Advice Would Don Draper Have Received?
    Everyone’s been talking about the Mad Men series finale lately. I’ll spare you my opinion on Don, Betty and Peggy’s swan song, but I’ve been ...
  • How Do You Utilize 2nd Level Thinking?
    “If you don’t have superior insight, how can something be to your advantage?” – Howard Marks Last week I had the chance to speak to a ...
  • The Four Pillars of Retirement Savings
    I read plenty of stories in the financial media about the coming retirement crisis, but I see far fewer people willing to offer legitimate solutions ...
  • Are Long-Term Bonds Worth the Risk?
    A couple weeks I looked at the history of corrections in long-term U.S. treasury bonds. I received a few follow-up questions from people asking for ...
  • Is This the Top?
    Here are some better questions to ask yourself: Have scary news headlines, market valuation techniques, pundit predictions, geopolitical events or your gut instincts ever worked ...
  • Company Notes Digest 5.22.15
    Each week I read dozens of transcripts from earnings calls and presentations as part of my investment process. Below is a weekly post which contains ...
  • Prices Have Diverged From Earnings
    92% of S&P 500 companies have now reported Q1 earnings.  According to Standard & Poors GAAP earnings for the last 12 months are just $99.18. That ...
  • Company Notes Digest 5.15.15
    Each week I read dozens of transcripts from earnings calls and presentations as part of my investment process. Below is a weekly post which contains ...
  • May 2015 Investor Letter
    Below is a letter that is written monthly for the benefit of Avondale Asset Management’s clients. It is reproduced here for informational purposes for the ...
  • Company Notes Digest 5.8.15
    Each week I read dozens of transcripts from earnings calls and presentations as part of my investment process. Below is a weekly post which contains ...
  • Berkshire Hathaway
    My taste in financial advice runs toward the simple and the lessons I’ve learned the hard way. But I still like reading about investing/finance, and ...
  • My next project: AutoSEO
    This was an April Fool’s joke. I’ve been working really hard with some friends on a project to handle SEO automatically. Now we’re ready to ...
  • Next 30 day challenge: social media/news cleanse
    For January 2015, I tried to declutter around the house for 15 minutes a day. We now have a couple rooms that are much cleaner, ...
  • Fixing “full path disclosure” issues
    Whether you’re running a web service or a blog, you should always keep your software fully patched to prevent attacks and minimize your attack surface. ...
  • Lessons learned from the early days of Google
    Earlier this month I did a talk at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill about lessons learned from the early days of Google. ...
  • Venture capital vs. community capital
    Photo: Rudy (Loïs) Pignot I am in Paris this week for OuiShareFest, and spoke yesterday morning during the opening session.  OuiShareFest is in its third year ...
  • Anti-workflow: to-dos
    A while back, I wrote about Anti-Workflow Apps — apps that solve problems for you without forcing you to adopt a workflow that you may ...
  • Dick Pics and Cable Company Fuckery
    John Oliver has become the most important voice in tech policy (and maybe policy in general). His gift, his talent, his skill: turning wonky policy ...
  • Failure is the tuition you pay for success
    I couldn’t sleep last night, and was up around 4am lurking on Twitter.  I came across an old friend, Elizabeth Green, who is an accomplished ...
  • Financial Planning for the 90%
    A few weeks ago as I was walking down Beacon Street in Brookline, I happened upon something amazing: The Society of Grownups. The Society of ...
  • Familial Brains
    If the unwelcome death of her uncle taught Emily Mullin anything it's that our lives are transient and largely out of our control.
  • Scenes From the Santa Barbara Oil Spill
    A collection of on-the-ground photographs from Gail Osherenko.
  • Forgive Them, Father
    As Pope Francis prepares to deliver a powerful message on climate change, deniers are beginning to realize they haven’t got a prayer.
  • Why Men Kill Themselves
    In every country in the world, male suicides outnumber female. Will Storr asks why.
  • Wanted: Old Musician’s Brain
    Musical training early in life may offset the decline in speech processing that comes decades later.
  • Sefirot Freestyle Portfolio
    Time to make a change and sell our Euro position at the market open tomorrow. I think the multi-month bounce I was expecting from a ...
  • Conditional Probabilities
    I have mentioned many times over the years that my view on the markets is that they are essentially random. We cannot tell what will ...
  • The Rise After the Fall
    Today I read an absolutely brilliant article about Frank Lowy and his greatness. I want to relook at my post yesterday which cast Frank’s fall ...
  • Fall from Grace
    At yesterday’s Australian Soccer League grand final billionaire Frank Lowy was the dignitary chosen to hand over the winners trophy. Things didn’t go exactly according ...
  • Community Work
    Yesterday my 12 yr old son did 3hrs of community service by working at a market for a local charity. This was not done from ...
  • ROTH starts Vascular Biogenics at buy
    ROTH Capital Partners has initiated coverage of Vascular Biogenics (NASDAQ:VBLT) with a “buy” rating and a $13 price target. The stock closed at $5.05 on ...
  • Amarantus in capital restructuring to up-list shares
    Amarantus BioSciences Holdings (OTCQB:AMBS) has implemented a 1-for-150 reverse stock split of its common stock to facilitate listing its shares on a national exchange this ...
  • Response Biomedical promotes COO Kinnaird to CEO
    Response Biomedical (OTCBB:RPBIF; TSX:RBM) has promoted COO, Dr. Barbara Kinnaird, to the position of CEO, effective immediately, succeeding interim CEO, Dr. Anthony Holler. “Since her ...
  • GeneNews in pact to increase stake in IDL venture
    GeneNews (TSX:GEN) has entered into a purchase agreement with Cobalt Healthcare Consultants to purchase Health Diagnostic Laboratory’s (HDL) one-third ownership stake in their Innovative Diagnostic ...
  • Provectus taking novel path to treat cancer
    Rather than taking a biochemistry approach to develop drugs that kill cancer cells, Provectus Biopharmaceuticals (NYSE MKT:PVCT) is using physical chemistry by harnessing the unique ...
  • Daily Note – Fed fears
    Summary Corporate finance views US rate rises – someone has to be wrong! United States: Retail Sales hit by weather China: Economy being pumped with ...
  • Daily Note – The Return of Politics
    Summary Geo-political risk: It hasn’t gone away United States: Consumer confidence slows modestly Explosion in M&A deals tells its own story The week ahead: Important ...
  • Daily Note – France in big trouble
    Summary France: A picture tells a thousand words Eurozone:Euro economists’ consensus offers opportunity Eurozone: Gotta love Greece China: Premier Li has his eye on the ...
  • Daily Note – Jittery markets result in trading opportunities
    Summary Jittery Markets: We are trading away in this volatility United Kingdom: The UK is flying, rates to move sooner not later. Russia: Not cheap ...
  • Daily Note – Fake boobs, real money
    Summary Tech: The comeback of Larry Page Botox: Beauty is in the eye of the shareholder Ukraine: serious escalation in past 24 hours Turkey: Posh ...
  • May 1, 2015
    Dear friends, It’s May, a sweet and anxious time at college. The End is tantalizingly close; just two weeks remain in the academic year and, ...
  • Manager changes, May 2015
    Because bond fund managers, traditionally, had made relatively modest impacts of their funds’ absolute returns, Manager Changes typically highlights changes in equity and hybrid funds. ...
  • May 2015, Funds in Registration
    American Beacon Grosvenor Long/Short Fund American Beacon Grosvenor Long/Short Fund will seek long-term capital appreciation.  At this point the strategy for pursuing that objective is ...
  • Towle Deep Value Fund (TDVFX), May 2015
    Objective and strategy The fund pursues long-term capital appreciation. They look to invest in a compact portfolio of 30-50 undervalued stocks. The fund is nominally ...
  • Seafarer Overseas Growth & Income (SFGIX/SIGIX), May 2015
    This fund profile was previously updated on March 1, 2013. You can find an archive of that profile here. Objective and Strategy Seafarer seeks to ...

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