The "other Oracle of Omaha," deep-value investor Wally Weitz announced several new top holdings for his value-based mutual funds.
Summary by 24/7 Wall St of some (but not all)
Big Ben thinks
might benefit from the Democrat success.
The Casual Analyst has
of Chinese gaming company,
Dealbreaker looks at the latest gimmick in hedge funds:
a fund of women-run hedge funds
Donaldson Investing uses his Dividend Valuation Model to demonstrate
If the market tanks, I like
Footnoted looks at where ex-government bigwigs
Hilary Kramer thinks
American Israeli Paper
Equity Investment Ideas
looks at the catalysts
I loved Atari when I was a kid. My kids love Chuck E. Cheese. And now, from the creator of both of those companies,
his latest public company, uWink
Goldman Sachs thinks
Interesting post from Paul Kedrosky pointing out
the myth of the paper-less society
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