It was another wild week on Wall Street. Thankfully, the weekend is here so relax and enjoy the top stories this week at Value Investing News: USG Stock Report David Winters and James Grant on WealthTrack Whitman, Zucaro Sweat Out Drop by Mortgage Insurers Altria Valuation Case Is Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Worth More Dead or Alive?
Happy winter solstice! As we make it through the shortest days of the year, enjoy these top value investing news stories: Gannon to Barron’s: Berkshire Fairly Valued…As a Buffettless Empire! Election Night at Nautilus Mark Sellers: Rational investors should rejoice USG :The great little stock that beats the market Western Sizzlin Buys 23 Acres of Land in
I hope everyone enjoys this Memorial Day weekend. If you don’t have big plans for the weekend, it might be a good time to catch up on the top headlines from Value Investing News: Mohnish Pabrai 13-F for Quarter Ending March 31, 2007 Whitney Tilson: Not-to-be-missed tips for value hunters Wally Weitz on Berkshire Hathaway
Here are this week’s top stories from Value Investing News: Seth Klarman-World Class Worrier Using Stops: Are You Stopping Gains? Backtesting Buffett’s Holdings Using SEC Form 13F Chasing 39% profit a year Lampert took big stake in Citigroup In a hot market, value hunters try to stick to their rules Berkshire Hathaway: What’s it Worth
If you couldn’t make the 2007 Berkshire Hathaway (BRKa) (BRKb) annual meeting to experience Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger first hand, then I hope that the following guide can offer the next best thing to being there in person.
This week’s Festival of Stocks was hosted by Stock Market Beat. There were several interesting posts included in this week’s edition. You’ll likely want to read Rick Casterline’s report from the Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders Meeting and Investment Jungle’s analysis of First Regional Bancorp (FRGB). If you haven’t read my top 5 investment research hacks, which was included
As some of you are preparing for tomorrow’s Berkshire Hathaway shareholders’ meeting, you should consider catching up on this week’s top value investing news: Sears Holdings: A “Technical” Look Diversification and the Circle of Competence Carl Icahn’s Letter to Shareholders – WSJ.com Learn from Investing Pain Berkshire Shares Are Worth a Look Keep up with
With income taxes due earlier this week and the tragedy at Virginia Tech, activity at Value Investing News was a bit slow. However, an exciting new feature has been added during this lull. You can now browse the latest annual report filings(10-K, 10KSB and 20-F) submitted to the SEC. In addition to having a direct
There has been plenty of stock market activity this week with all the ups and downs sparked by the subprime mortgage sector. I haven’t been able to keep up with all the manic moves of Mr. Market. On top of it all, this has been a very busy week at work for me as well, so I
This week’s Festival of Stocks is up at Stock Geek. My article on Berkshire Hathaway’s stock holdings as of December 31, 2006 was included in this week’s Festival. While I was going through this week’s Festival of Stocks, I enjoyed reading SINLetter’s article on Nautilus (NLS). The Ineligant Investor also did a great job researching