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The 13Fs are in and we're busy analyzing the latest buys of the superinvestors we track. Stay tuned for the upcoming Superinvestor Issue! ...

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Any book recommendations related to liquidation investing and liquidation due diligence? ...

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JUST UPDATED:
$CLX Dividend Aristocrat Clorox Stock Analysis: dividendvaluebuilder.com/clorox-clx-stock-analysis/
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Do you reinvest dividends? ...

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Great explanation of Peter Lynch of what is the most important thing when buying stocks ...

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After more than 30 years of investing professionally and after 14 years of teaching at an Ivy League business school, I am convinced of at least two things:

1. If you really want to “beat the market,” most professionals and academics can’t help you, and

2. That leaves only one real alternative: You must do it yourself.

Joel Greenblatt (Author of "The Little Book That Beats the Market" )
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Investment Checklist Tip #13 – Share Buybacks

youtu.be/X-OPNtgzT_o

Another great way to see how good a management team is at running the company would be to look at their share buybacks. Constantly issuing new shares is a red flag.

Buying back shares COULD be a great sign IF done correctly. In this video we show you what to look for to see if management is adding value to the shareholders by buying back shares correctly. www.WallStreetValue.com
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Ian Whitaker shared Warren Buffett Unofficial's post to the group: Value Investing. ...

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Ian Whitaker shared Warren Buffett Unofficial's post to the group: Value Investing. ...

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Adam Smith explaining the relationship between interest rate and P/E ratio in 1776 (The Wealth of Nations, book II, chapter IV)

“The ordinary market price of land, it is to be observed, depends everywhere upon the ordinary market rate of interest. The person who has a capital from which he wishes to derive a revenue, without taking the trouble to employ it himself, deliberates whether he should buy land with it or lend it out at interest. The superior security of land, together with some other advantages which almost everywhere attend upon this species of property, will generally dispose him to content himself with a smaller revenue from land than what he might have by lending out his money at interest. These advantages are sufficient to compensate a certain difference of revenue; but they will compensate a certain difference only; and if the rent of land should fall short of the interest of money by a greater difference, nobody would buy land, which would soon reduce its ordinary price. On the contrary, if the advantages should much more than compensate the difference, everybody would buy land, which again would soon raise its ordinary price. When interest was at ten per cent, land was commonly sold for ten and twelve years' purchase. As interest sunk to six, five, and four per cent, the price of land rose to twenty, five-and-twenty, and thirty years' purchase. The market rate of interest is higher in France than in England; and the common price of land is lower. In England it commonly sells at thirty, in France at twenty years' purchase. “
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JUST UPDATED:
$CLX Dividend Aristocrat Clorox Stock Analysis: dividendvaluebuilder.com/clorox-clx-stock-analysis/
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Warren Buffett's letter to shareholders will be released on Saturday. After Berkshire ended September with $109 billion of cash and equivalents, Buffett may renew his search for companies with little debt, consistent earnings power and strong management, which are looking for buyers. Berkshire has gone more than two years since its last major purchase, Precision Castparts Corp. Last year, it was outbid for Texas power transmission company Oncor, while its $15 billion commitment to help buyout partner 3G Capital buy Unilever Plc (ULVR.L) (UNc.AS) ended because the European food company rebuffed the approach. An inability to deploy cash may help explain why Buffett, who buys stocks when he cannot buy whole companies, built a $28 billion stake in Apple Inc (AAPL). The underperforming Wells Fargo & Co (WFC) is Berkshire’s largest stock investment. Berkshire recently owned 9.8 percent of the bank, and Buffett may want to discuss Wells Fargo’s efforts to recover from recent scandals over how Wells Fargo treated customers. ...

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Great video of Warren Buffett giving investing advice in 2 minutes ...

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Investment Checklist Tip #13 – Share Buybacks

youtu.be/X-OPNtgzT_o

Another great way to see how good a management team is at running the company would be to look at their share buybacks. Constantly issuing new shares is a red flag.

Buying back shares COULD be a great sign IF done correctly. In this video we show you what to look for to see if management is adding value to the shareholders by buying back shares correctly. www.WallStreetValue.com
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Vale has potential to grow this year and next years. The analysts expect that the earnings will grow next 5 years 19% per annum.
finance.yahoo.com/quote/VALE/analysts?p=VALE

The valuation: P/E 14, P/B 1.6, P/S 2.2, dividend yield 3.13%, market cap 73 billion USD.
finance.yahoo.com/quote/VALE/key-statistics?p=VALE

Vale S.A. engages in the production and sale of iron ore, coal, nickel, cobalt, gold, silver, copper. Vale S.A. was founded in 1942, headquarter is in Rio de Janeiro.
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Jeswin Joy shared a link to the group: International Society of Value Investors (ISVI). ...

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This is Why Your Investment Decisions Should Be Valuation-Based: arborinvestmentplanner.com/investment-decisions-should-be-valuation-based/ ...

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