The Stingy News Weekly (02/28/2016)
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A value catch
"Bargain hunters have profited handsomely by buying Canadian dividend stocks at low price-to-sales and price-to-earnings ratios. It's a big reason why I went fishing for such stocks this week." [$]
A history of small cap performance
"The Small Cap 100 uses a database of U.S. firms that have annual revenues of $200 million or more. As of the second week of February, the average stock in the database had declined by 19.3% over the prior 12 months, including reinvested dividends. Stocks with market capitalizations of less than $2 billion suffered from an average loss of 25.4%. Firms under $1 billion were down by 29.5% on average. That's a whole bunch of red ink."
"A rare interview with Great Value Investor Wally Weitz on finding opportunities where others are seeing losses." [Value Investing]
Berkshire Hathaway 2015 letter
"All families in my upper middle-class neighborhood regularly enjoy a living standard better than that achieved by John D. Rockefeller Sr. at the time of my birth. His unparalleled fortune couldn't buy what we now take for granted, whether the field is - to name just a few - transportation, entertainment, communication or medical services. Rockefeller certainly had power and fame; he could not, however, live as well as my neighbors now do" [Buffett]
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