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Archive for July, 2012


Ban Samsung Products from the USA

The high tech patent wars have taken an interesting turn. A patent infringement suit by Apple against Samsung could, in the end, ban Samsung products from the USA, at least the IPad and IPhone lookalikes that the company makes. The issue of patents for hand held devices led to the Google purchase of Motorola Mobility […]

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Finding the Margin of Safety of a Stock

Successful long term investors look for stocks that are likely to provide strong cash flow, return on investment, and a degree of security over the years. The security in owning a good stock comes from its margin of safety. The official definition of margin of safety is that it is the difference between the market […]

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Profit from a Global Stock Selloff

Stock markets across the world plunge on the news of an increasingly severe debt dilemma in the Euro Zone. In the meantime smart investors can look for ways to profit from a global stock selloff. United States and European stocks fell on news of increased borrowing costs in Spain. Investors fear that one more nation […]

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Invest in Honeywell International

Good news among quarterly financial reports was Honeywell’s report of a 6.6 percent increase in quarterly earnings. Is it too early to invest in Honeywell International, HON, or too late? A few weeks back we wrote that US manufacturing contraction threatens investments . Now it appears that one of the large US manufacturing conglomerates has […]

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Investing in Buyout Prospects

After upping its offering price, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) finally bought out Human Genome Sciences (HGSI). The price was $3 Billion plus or minus for the hostile takeover turned agreeable with the sweetened pot. The takeover brings to mind the business of investing in buyout prospects. Human Genome Sciences was trading for just over $13.50 a share […]

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Buy Shares of Supervalu

Is it time to buy shares of Supervalu (SVU) or is the stock too far gone? The nearly century old grocer is the third largest food retailer in the USA behind Kroger and Safeway. However, Supervalu shares fell by almost half the other day after the company reported extremely poor fiscal first quarter earnings. It […]

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Long Term Investment in Alcoa

The news has been full of speculation about Alcoa’s second quarter earnings. Some speculated that the company would see earnings fall as much as 80%. It turns out that the company ran at a loss in the second quarter of this year. Aluminum prices are at all-time lows and one might believe that the picture […]

Long Term Investment in Alcoa

Too Late To Short Glaxosmithkline

It may be too late to short Glaxosmithkline (GSK) but so what. The fourth biggest company in “Big Pharma” just pled guilty and will pay a fine of $3 Billion in the largest health care fraud case in United States history. When the settlement was announced the stock fell from $1481 a share to $1487 […]

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Manufacturing Contraction Threatens Investments

The economic “chickens” may have come home to roost as a US manufacturing contraction threatens investments. The Institute for Supply Management report on the manufacturing sector shows that June of 2012 produced the first fall in demand in almost three years (July of 2009). ISM’s purchasing manager’s index is a closely watched measure of current […]

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