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falls on its own sword


Super value investors Tweedy Browne (and I highly recommend Browne's book,

The Little Book of Value Investing

) believe it's time to broaden

beyond American stocks

. And here are Tweedy Browne's

top holdings


I've been trying out this new

stock selection tool

by Ticker Sense and it's remarkably good.

Let us count all the ways analysts

don't like


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The Forbes top 10 list of the

best small public companies

in America.

One Guy is




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Hitwise with the insightful analysis of

Halloween online searches


Hilary Kramer believes




50% upside


Are newspapers dead? Apparently

Jack Welch

doesn't think so, as he gets set to buy one from

New York Times

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I like buying closed-end funds that are trading at big discounts to their net asset value. Here are the top 10 with the

largest discount to NAV


Equity Investment Ideas



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I love it when Michelle Leder at Footnoted snoops out a company that might be

slyly for sale

, as she now believes


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A Google Maps version of the

highest paid men in America


Don't die any of

these ways


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