Monthly Archives: August 2008

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala on Markets

Source: DNA Money More: Stock markets to remain bullish in long run: Jhunjhunwala Bull market will continue: Rakesh Jhunjhunwala (BS)

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When Cheap Stocks Become Cheaper

by William Pappas This is a challenging time for those who are invested in cheap stocks. By “cheap,” I mean well below what a rational businessperson would pay for the business — not to be confused with just a stock … Continue reading

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Value Investing vs. Value Pretending

For more than 50 years, great “value” investors — Warren Buffett, Benjamin Graham, Charlie Munger, Seth Klarman, to name a few — have been touting the benefits of investing when there is blood in the streets, buying businesses when they … Continue reading

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More Important Than Margin of Safety?

by Ye As I mentioned in my earlier post The Best Kept Secret to Successful Investing, the most important rule to remember in investing is never lose money. In The Intelligent Investor, Benjamin Graham introduced the concept of “margin of … Continue reading

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The Rebirth of Value?

As Dan Weiss writes, we have seen the market undergo a radical shift since midyear. The first-half darlings are so far 2nd-half disasters, and vice-versa. As Dan says, there is no way to know if this is the start of … Continue reading

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Timeline: Global credit crunch

A year ago, few people had heard of the term credit crunch. But 12 months on, such is its effect on homeowners, businesses and financial institutions, it is a feature of everyday language and has even made it into the … Continue reading

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Olympics 2008 kickstarts at Beijing

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