This is a follow-up to a post I wrote earlier today on my stock screen to identify value stocks of companies that are consistent cash creators. I decided to run my Consistent Cash Creators screen again given the amazing performance of the consistent cash creators from last year. Those stocks that were selected last year
It has been over a year since I discussed my Consistent Cash Creators with High Normalized Earnings Yield screen. I developed this screen a few years ago in order to identify companies that have consistent free cash flow growth trends that are easier to predict and are trading at the best values. I must admit that
This is a follow-up to a series of posts I wrote last year on companies that are consistent cash creators. Given we are potentially at a market turning point, I decided to run my Consistent Cash Creators screen again.
The 2008 Warren Buffett letter to shareholders is out this morning. Here are some of the highlights I found to be of particular interest. The letter starts off with the grim assessment of the current economic situation. Warren Buffett notes that this past year has see a series of “life-threatening” events in the world’s financial
As I noted on Friday, Berkshire Hathaway (BRKa) has issued its third quarter 13F filing. This filing lists the company’s stock holdings as of September 30, 2008. I always enjoy reviewing these Berkshire Hathaway filings because they provide me with a glimpse at what Warren Buffett’s latest investment moves might be. Here are the latest changes. New Berkshire Hathaway
This week’s 76th edition of the Festival of Stocks is at The StockMasters. I loved the Festivus graphic used in the post. Frank did a great job pulling together this week’s Festival. My favorite submission this week was Dividends4Life analysis of Johnson & Johnson (JNJ). Be sure to download the PDF report to get the
Pfizer (PFE) is a world class pharmaceutical company that develops and manufactures leading prescription medicines. This $181 billion dollar company has many competitive advantages that give it a wide moat, which shields it from the pressures of profit eroding competition.
I recently received an email from one of my readers asking for the list of stocks I produced when I tried to replicate Phil Town’s Rule #1 Big 5 Numbers back in May using a screen I built on Portfolio123. The Big Five Numbers are criteria Phil Town developed to help identify companies that have wide moats. Phil Town looks at five