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02 апреля, 16:26

5 Broker-Friendly Stocks to Fight Ongoing Market Uncertainty

In view of the prevalent uncertainty, selecting potential winning stocks is a difficult task.

26 марта, 18:35

RH to Report Q4 Earnings: Will the Stock Surprise Investors?

RH's efforts toward redesigning its supply chain network, rationalizing product offerings and the Waterworks acquisition are going to help post better numbers in Q4.

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Will Rite Aid's (RAD) Soft Sales Hurt Earnings Again in Q4?

Rite Aid (RAD) is grappling with dismal sales trends lately, which is also weighing upon its bottom lines. Lower comps and decline in revenues at key business segments are hurting the top line.

19 марта, 16:43

Will Duluth Holdings (DLTH) Q4 Earnings & Sales Grow Y/Y?

We remain encouraged about Duluth Holdings' (DLTH) upcoming performance, given the strength at both its direct and retail businesses.

15 марта, 05:30

These U.S. Retailers Are Completely Failing to Attract Customers

With so many stores abandoning their customers, it’s no wonder retail is failing. Here are 20 of the worst retailers who can't hold on to their shoppers.

01 марта, 18:11

Zacks.com highlights: Cosan, ArcelorMittal, Legg Mason, Bed Bath & Beyond and General Motors

Zacks.com highlights: Cosan, ArcelorMittal, Legg Mason, Bed Bath & Beyond and General Motors

28 февраля, 14:33

Buy 5 Low P/CF Stocks to Sail Through Market Volatility

Investment in stocks made on diligent value analysis is usually considered one of the best practices. In value investing, investors pick stocks that are cheap but fundamentally sound.

27 февраля, 19:01

Warren Buffett Isn't Buying... Why Should Anyone Else?

Authored by Simon Black via SovereignMan.com, Over the weekend on Saturday morning, amid its usual fanfare and attention, Warren Buffett’s company Berkshire Hathaway released its annual report to the public. This is a pretty big deal each year. Investors and financial reporters typically wait with baited breath to hear what the Oracle himself has to say in his legendary annual letter. Buffett’s topics in previous letters have covered a lot of ground– the state of the US economy, value investing education, why Wall Street is so deeply flawed, commentary on financial markets, etc. This year’s letter was, as usual, quite interesting… but primarily because of what Buffett said about his own business. Berkshire Hathaway is an enormous enterprise; it’s essentially a $500 billion holding company that owns dozens of smaller businesses, all of which collectively generate tens of billions in free cash flow. Buffett’s primary mission is to acquire more businesses and expand Berkshire’s portfolio… and then ensure that each of those subsidiaries has top quality management to grow the cashflow. And that’s what was so interesting about this year’s letter: Buffett couldn’t really do his job. According to Warren Buffett himself: In our search for new stand-alone businesses, the key qualities we seek are durable competitive strengths; able and high-grade management; good returns on the net tangible assets required to operate the business; opportunities for internal growth at attractive returns; and, finally, a sensible purchase price. That last requirement proved a barrier to virtually all deals we reviewed in 2017, as prices for decent, but far from spectacular, businesses hit an all-time high. Now, consider that Berkshire Hathaway’s cash pile rose to an astonishing $116 billion at the end of 2017. With that much money on hand, very few companies are out of Buffett’s reach. Specifically, $116 billion would have been enough money to acquire any one of 465 out of the 500 largest companies in the United States– including Nike, Starbucks, UPS, Netflix, and Ford. Even more, Buffett had enough cash to collectively acquire a full TWENTY FIVE of the smallest companies in the S&P 500 (including AutoNation, Staples, Bed Bath & Beyond) and still have several billion dollars left over. But he didn’t. Even though one of his key roles is to acquire businesses and bring them into the Berkshire Hathaway tent, he didn’t acquire a single one of those companies. Why? Because they’re ALL overpriced. Read that quote again: “[P]rices for decent, but far from spectacular, businesses hit an all-time high.” He went on to write, “Indeed, price seemed almost irrelevant to an army of optimistic purchasers.” Investors are essentially paying record prices for shares of businesses that aren’t even all that great. Now, Buffett didn’t specifically advise people to avoid stocks. But actions speak louder than words. And Buffet’s not buying. Think about that: one of the richest guys in the world– one of the most successful investors in history– thinks assets are too expensive to buy. People don’t tend to get rich (or stay that way) by buying mediocre assets at all-time highs. The time to buy is when prices crash… when the highest quality assets can be acquired for peanuts. And as sure as night follows day, prices will decline. Asset prices always move in boom/bust cycles. As Buffett himself wrote in the annual report, In the next 53 years our shares (and others) will experience declines resembling those in the table. No one can tell you when these will happen. The light can at any time go from green to red without pausing at yellow. He knows there will always be periods of panic and fear when asset prices crash. But “[w]hen major declines occur, however, they offer extraordinary opportunities. . .” Taking advantage of these opportunities requires having sufficient ammunition. Namely, cash. If you want to be able to acquire the highest quality assets when prices crash, you have to be liquid. You can’t have your wealth tied up in illiquid assets whose prices have just crashed. This is another area where Buffett’s actions speak louder than words. Over the course of 2017, he increased Berkshire Hathaway’s cash position to $116 billion– a whopping 35% increase over the previous year. Put these two observations together: Buffett’s NOT buying… and he’s greatly increasing his cash position. It’s almost as if he’s preparing for a major decline… and getting ready to pounce when assets are cheap. Actions speak louder than words. And his actions are definitely worth considering. And to continue learning how to safely grow your wealth, I encourage you to download our free Perfect Plan B Guide.

27 февраля, 17:55

Is Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) a Great Stock for Value Investors?

Let's see if Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) stock is a good choice for value-oriented investors right now from multiple angles.

27 февраля, 15:05

Баффет ничего не покупает. Ждет распродажи. Отчет Berkshire Hathaway.

Компания Уоррена Баффетта Berkshire Hathaway опубликовала свой ежегодный отчет для публики. Инвесторы и репортеры финансовых изданий обычно затаив дыхание ждут, что скажет сам Оракул в своем легендарном ежегодном письме. Berkshire Hathaway – это огромное предприятие; по сути, это холдинговая компания стоимостью $500 млрд., владеющая десятками небольших фирм, все из которых коллективно генерируют денежный поток, исчисляемый десятками миллиардов долларов. Вот что пишет сам Уоррен Баффетт: В нашем поиске новых самостоятельных предприятий ключевыми качествами, к которым мы стремимся, являются прочные конкурентные преимущества; умелое и высококачественное управление; хорошая доходность чистых материальных активов, необходимых для ведения бизнеса; возможности для внутреннего роста при сохранении привлекательной доходности; и, наконец, разумная цена покупки.Это последнее требование оказалось препятствием практически для всех сделок, которые мы рассматривали в 2017 году, поскольку цены на приличные, но совсем не впечатляющие бизнесы достигли рекордного уровня. Объем наличных на балансе Berkshire Hathaway вырос до невероятных $116 млрд. по состоянию на конец 2017 года. Имея такое большое количество денег на руках, Баффетт мог бы купить очень многое. $116 млрд. было бы достаточно для приобретения любой из 465 из 500 крупнейших американских компаний, включая Nike, Starbucks, UPS, Netflix и Ford. Более того, у Баффетта было достаточно денег, чтобы купить ДВАДЦАТЬ ПЯТЬ самых маленьких компаний из индекса S&P 500 (включая AutoNation, Staples, Bed Bath & Beyond), и у него все еще осталось бы несколько миллиардов долларов. Но он не сделал этого. Почему? Потому что ВСЕ они переоценены. В течение 2017 года он увеличил денежную позицию Berkshire Hathaway до $116 млрд., что на 35% больше, чем в предыдущем году. Он готовится к серьезному снижению рынка … и готовится покупать, когда активы будут дешевыми.  www.sovereignman.com/investing/warren-buffett-isnt-buying-why-should-anyone-else-23022/ Сам отчет Berkshire Hathaway за 2017 год который вышел 23 февраля можно скачать и посмотреть здесь. www.berkshirehathaway.com/2017ar/2017ar.pdf

16 февраля, 15:40

Save Money on Your Beauty Routine With These Drugstore Finds

Looking to save money on your beauty routine? Consider a trip to your local drugstore for these affordable --yet effective -- beauty products

12 февраля, 16:58

The Absolute Worst Celebrity Home Decor Lines

Why do celebrities think they know everything, including home decorating?

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30 января, 18:46

This Is the 1 Reason You Need to Buy Beauty Products at Bed Bath & Beyond

Bed Bath & Beyond has one of the best drugstore beauty selections out there. But, perhaps what’s most impressive, is their selection of travel-sized beauty products.

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30 января, 15:40

This Is How You Get Glowing Skin Like Gigi Hadid

Ever wonder how Gigi Hadid achieves her signature glow? From drugstore skin care products to makeup hacks, we share how to get glowing skin like the supermodel, here.

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29 января, 14:37

7 of the Worst Kitchen Gadgets Ever

New kitchen gadgets are invented all the time. Many of them are useless. Few are revolutionary. See which ones are the most useless.

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26 января, 15:32

Bed Bath & Beyond downgraded to underweight from neutral at J.P. Morgan

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28 декабря 2017, 16:11

Can Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) Strategies Help It Turnaround?

Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) is struggling to revive its earnings and sales performance. However, its transformation plan, shareholder-friendly moves and strategic expansion of stores bode well.

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22 декабря 2017, 17:48

Company News For Dec 22, 2017

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21 декабря 2017, 21:55

Key Takeaways From Bed Bath & Beyond's Q3

Bed Bath & Beyond (NASDAQ: BBBY) reported better-than-expected fiscal third quarter results on Wednesday, December 20, as both its revenues and earnings came in ahead of consensus estimates.