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Not exactly sure what impact health care reform will have on individuals and businesses? Still looking for answers? In an attempt to educate ourselves and you on the details of the health care reform bill and its consequences, we have been collecting links to useful sites and articles. Below is a list of what we [...]
We contributed to an article in this week’s Barron’s that discusses the prospects for Lowe’s Companies, one of the giants in the home improvement industry and a stock we have been buying for our portfolios. Following are a few highlights:
Obviously the major players like Lowe’s [(LOW)] and bigger rival Home Depot (HD) are in a [...]
- How Men’s Overconfidence Hurts Them as Investors.
- Intelligent Investor: Companies should hike dividend payouts to reward shareholders.
- Shamed Microsoft workers hide their iPhones.
- US producers’ ability to export constrained by bottlenecks in transport networks. Excellent WSJ story.
- U.S. household wealth continues to rebound, providing support for consumer spending. WSJ: http://ow.ly/1hp1g Fed Reserve: http://ow.ly/1hpU8
- WSJ.com – Credit [...]
Berkshire Hathaway recently released its annual report, including Chairman Warren Buffett’s widely-read letter to shareholders. As always, Buffett’s letter provides a combination of wise observations and witty remarks and, in the process, gives the reader insight into how one of the most remarkable investors of all time views current market opportunities. Many followers of Berkshire [...]
- Is the recent dip in spending, consumer confidence related to weather? Interesting perspective from the Financial Times.
- “Fed to Get $200 Billion Boost.” Bernanke says rates to stay low for now, but Treasury cash helps prepare for future hike
- More big news out of Capitol Hill – “Financial Reform Bill Appears Likely.” Could have [...]