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My friends who've worked in banking all say the same thing: the experience
this guy had is completely normal.
Modern Graham has
Papa John's International
overvalued company of the week.
Quant Investor examines the performance of the
dogs of the Dow strategy
. The dogs of the Dow are the current Dow stocks with the
StreetInsider shows some
nice insider trading for
Hilary Kramer is
, in part because you can now buy its clothes at discounter TJ Maxx.
Great post from All About Alpha on why people
don't need hedge funds.
An interesting mashup/timeline of all
Value Discipline believes
harvesting some flowers to grow weeds.
Uber-activist Barington Capital
heats things up at
Lone Star Steakhouse
. When I met with people from Barington about a year ago, they mentioned that they hadn't had a down investment since 2001. Here's all of its
HipMojo looks at the
24/7 Real Media
( TFSM) and
Great advice from garage.com founder Guy Kawasaki for
Web 2.0 startups pitching VCs.
. I kind of want a t-shirtwith that on it.
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