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Ben Graham, Seth Klarman and WeWork Madness

Ben Graham, Seth Klarman and WeWork Madness

The tech unicorn IPO madness that has engulfed the market for the past two years, finally came to a head…
Is Kellogg Now a Worthy Value Play?

Is Kellogg Now a Worthy Value Play?

One of the biggest concerns currently about the overall consumer staples sector is how staid and established food product companies…
Taiwan Semiconductor Outshines the Competition

Taiwan Semiconductor Outshines the Competition

The semiconductor industry is notoriously cyclical. That cycle is currently at a low point; according to the Semiconductor Industry Association,…
Mohnish Pabrai on the Importance of Downside Protection

Mohnish Pabrai on the Importance of Downside Protection

In an interview for the Fall 2019 issue of the Graham & Doddsville Journal, Mohnish Pabrai offered his insight into…
Are the Diversification Features Of ETFs Illusory?

Are the Diversification Features Of ETFs Illusory?

Top-heavy tech grouping has eroded many funds’ diversification component One of the most compelling features of exchange-traded funds, which was…
States Attorneys General Square Off Against Facebook

States Attorneys General Square Off Against Facebook

Recently, a group of states Attorneys Generals (AG’s) announced that they would be conducting their own investigations against Facebook for…
Why WeWork Won’t Work

Why WeWork Won’t Work

A recent pre-initial public offering document filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission by We Co., formerly known as WeWork,…
Howard Marks: How to Assess Risk in a Bull Market

Howard Marks: How to Assess Risk in a Bull Market

Renowned value investor and Graham-Dodd disciple Howard Marks freely shares his investment philosophy by way of his memos to clients…
Some Thoughts On the Inverted Yield Curve

Some Thoughts On the Inverted Yield Curve

For decades, one of the most accurate measures for predicting a recession has been when short-term yields on Treasuries exceed…
The Fed Cuts Rates By A Quarter Point

The Fed Cuts Rates By A Quarter Point

As widely expected, The Federal Reserve cut its target federal funds rate by ¼ point, the first rate cut since…
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