Submitted by billytickets on Sat, 2007-10-20 12:54
USG at 36 dollars per share is a great "speculative" investment at these levels. Buffett bought in last summer at 46 and who in the world knows more about compounding their money than the 200 billion dollar man. This is abet on the "jockeys" and not the horse. Company insiders and a German company who own at least 10% have been recent buyers and that with the recent price drop have made these shares a GREAT long term investment. My advice is to buy at 36 and average down if the stock breaks below 30.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 2007-10-11 11:12
Here is my take on HNR. If it is anything like my usual analysis, it is full of holes and errors, so do your own due diligence and reach your own conclusions. I previously posted this at www.gurufocus.com but thought it was worth sharing here as well.
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Submitted by Mark Perkins on Wed, 2007-07-11 09:01
I heard this fund manager on bloomberg or CNBC said he was finding growth companies at really low pe's in New Zealand even after this run-up. I could only find one etf of mostly Australian, 1 NZ company. the etf had a pe of about 6 and dividend yield of 7 or 8.