SYY Dividend: Stock Analysis for Growth Portfolio

March 2, 2009 | Read Now

Dividend Tree is a blog focused on discussing dividend investment growth and the analysis process and approach is outstanding. I […]


Business Valuation of Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)

February 28, 2009 | Read Now

(This article originally appeared on The DIV-Net) Berkshire Hathaway’s 13-F revealing a big sell off of JNJ, created a huge […]


The Value of Not Being Sure: Seth Klarman

February 25, 2009 | Read Now

Below is a neat Feb 23 article published in Value Investor Insight written by Seth Klarman. The document is a […]


Company Assessment, Checklist and Spider Graphs

February 17, 2009 | Read Now

Recently, in an effort to improve and streamline investing techniques, habits, psychological behaviours and analysis, I’ve finally gotten around to […]


Buying Defensive Stocks During a Recession

February 16, 2009 | Read Now

Our guest post today is courtesy of Manshu Verma from OneMint, a website with the vision of “creating wealth for […]


Bill Ackman Pershing Square Investment Strategy

February 4, 2009 | Read Now

In a previous post on Bill Ackman’s rationale for Wendy’s, I included Pershing Square’s 2008 Annual Investor presentation published by […]


Accounting Red Flags and Business Warnings To Watch For

February 3, 2009 | Read Now

Let’s face it, there are some companies in our portfolio where we bought without completing our due diligence. Maybe Cramer […]


Analyzing the Balance Sheet the Right Way with this Walkthrough

So far, we’ve had a look at the Statement of Cash Flows with AeroGrow with a further discussion on Free Cash Flow, Croc’s Income Statement and now the Balance Sheet for Circuit City.

To help get new investors started, here are some great resources on the Balance Sheet:

  1. Fundamental Analysis: The Balance Sheet
  2. Understanding the Balance Sheet

Bill Ackman’s Wendy’s Presentation

January 29, 2009 | Read Now

Bill Ackman is an activist investor that I admire and I especially enjoy his presentations and rationale. Market Folly recently […]


Fundamental NCAV- Chapter XLIII of the 1934 Edition of Security Analysis

January 26, 2009 | Read Now

Benjamin Graham’s Net Current Asset Value (NCAV) method is well known in the value investing community. Studies by Greenblatt, Pzena, and Newberg (1981); Openheimer (1986); and Vu (1988) have all shown that the NCAV method of selecting stocks has outperformed the market significantly.


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