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Food for thought

The folks at the USDA released their projections for 2011/2012-food price inflation. The bad news is that feeding ourselves will cost ~4% more in 2011. The good news is that USDA thinks prices will rise only ~2.5% next year. I shop (I hate it). My food inflation is closer to 10%. It depends on what […]

Ideas at the End of October

After my trolling through 13Fs for the dream team, I decided to use the data, such that I would review all companies I have run across that have one member of the dream team owning it.  Beyond that, I looked at all companies that 2 or more members of the dream team own, and added […]

Eliminate Leveraged ETFs

Have a look at this article.  He makes the case as to why leveraged ETFs should not be held over the long term, as I have argued before. There is a problem with this.  Imagine for a moment that all users of leveraged ETFs extinguish their positions daily.  There would be no shares to be […]

Problems with Tax Reform

I wrote the following on April 12th, 2008: -==-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-================-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- As I sit here, my taxes are done, all except for one K-1 that is very late, to put it mildly.  My taxes are complex, but my rule is that I do my own taxes.  If I can’t figure out the code, then I am probably […]

The Professor’s Classroom for October 28, 2011

Here is the Finance Professor’s Classroom for October 27th, 2011: Oct 28 2 011, 6:33 AM Scott Rothbort: Chad. The great equalizer and arbiter for the stock market is earnings. Your impression of the political and economic situation is very much a subjective view, in many cases influenced by the media. However, earnings are objective. […]

Wall Street All Stars

I have been contributing material to the website Wall Street All Stars.  Mostly I have contributed two things: They scrape my RSS feed. I post some of my best articles from the past, with commentary that brings it up to date. You can find my contributions here. I can give all my blog readers and […]

The Professor's Classroom for October 27, 2011

Here is the Finance Professor’s Classroom for October 27th, 2011:  Oct 27 2011, 7:11 AM alfred barone jr: scott any thoughts on lvs   Oct 27 2011, 7:19 AM Scott Rothbort: LVS is experiencing some improvement in Las Vegas. Business is booming in the Far East. The company is expected to earn 52 cents versus […]

Jay's "So Money" Trading Diary for October 27, 2011

Here is the Trading Diary for Jay “So Money” on October 27, 2011:   Oct 27 2011, 12:57 PM Guest950 (guest): So in your diary, you basically discuss the stocks you might be long or short but not entry/exit points and trade setups? Did I understand you correctly? Oct 27 2011, 12:59 PM Jay Somaney: […]

Weekly Sector Update 10/26/11

Here is the output from our October 26th sector ratings.  We have been fully invested in three positions (with some changes) over the last week. The ratings have two parts — the strength and the penalty box. The strength rating shows how we expect the sector to perform over the next three weeks compared to […]

The Dream Team

Imagine for a moment that you put together your own “dream team” of investment managers.  Would you want to know what they are doing as a group?  Well, I compiled my dream team from a list of 59 managers that I respect, and I want to give you their most common holdings as of 6/30/2011: […]

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