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Apple Inc. (AAPL) Dividend Stock Analysis

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Linked here is a detailed quantitative analysis of Apple Inc. (AAPL). Below are some highlights from the above linked analysis:

Company Description: Apple Inc. is a prominent provider of hardware including iPhone smartphones, iPad tablets, Mac computers, wearables and iPod digital media players...

GE Sells Stake In Wabtec As Former GE Exec Named Wabtec CEO, Labor Concerns In Erie Persist

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  • Months after the spinoff of its transportation unit and its subsequent merger with Wabtec(WAB), GE(GE) has sold 25.2 million shares of Wabtec stock in a public offering at $73.50 per share.
  • The offering had originally been set at 12.5 million to 14.375 million shares but was quickly upsized, presumably due to robust interest.
  • GE continues to own around… Read More »

Gaming Update: Wynn Set for Boston Opening and Why Penn Looks Dirt Cheap

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  • A lot has been going on with Wynn Resorts (WYNN) since my last post about six months ago so I figured it was time for an update.
  • In addition, I recently significantly increased long holdings in regional gaming operator Penn National (PENN) and will share some brief thoughts there.
  • If we apply an EV/EBITDA multiple of between 12x and 13x on that cash flow number, fair value for WYNN shares would be in the $155-$175 range, compared with the current price in the 130’s.

TAM Stock Screener – Stocks Appearing in Greenblatt, Burry, Simons Portfolios

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  • Part of the weekly research here at The Acquirer’s Multiple features some of the top picks from our Stock Screeners and some top investors who are holding these same picks in their portfolios.
  • Western Digital’s SanDisk acquisition positions the company as a broad-based provider of media-agnostic storage solutions.
  • Jim Simons – 1,148,400 total shares

This Week’s Best Investing Reads 5/10/2019

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  • Here’s a list of this week’s best investing reads:
  • This week’s best investing research reads:
  • This week’s best investing podcasts:

Are Cheap Stocks Under $1 Truly a Bargain?

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  • Before we determine whether cheap stocks under $1 are a bargain, we need to first examine the actual value of the company, as the cheap stock price alone does not represent a company’s actual worth.
  • Market Capitalization = Current Market Price (per share) X Total Number of Outstanding Shares
  • Will you pay for something that sells at 45 times its net worth?

Does Reckitt Benckiser’s 30% share price decline make it good value?

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  • In recent years RB and similar companies like Unilever have become very popular with investors, largely because they offered a seemingly low risk way to invest in shares whilst still achieving attractive returns.
  • For a long time RB lived up to that promise, but more recently things have become less certain and RB’s share price has declined by almost a third since its 2017 high.
  • So does this lower share price and higher dividend yield mean Reckitt Benckiser is good value again, or is it just an overpriced seller of cheap goods?

April Dividend Income Report – Beating Records, Holding Steady

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  • I don’t mind what the market is thinking, I get my increasing dividend each quarter :-)”
  • However, I found this example incredibly clear: your valuation model is only as good as your assumptions.
  • This was a marvelous month for me as most of my holdings posted strong results (besides UPS!

Breadth And Risk Appetites Provide Investors With Great Timing Tools

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  • I think what are good timing tools are breadth and risk appetites.
  • Jesse Felder: When you see staples and utilities and these things doing really well and you see consumer discretionary and technology and these things doing relatively poorly, that’s a clear sign that investor risk appetites are shifting.
  • Jesse Felder: Basically a look at the valuation history of the company.

Joel Greenblatt: Q42018 Top 10 Holdings

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  • These documents allow investors to track their favorite superinvestors, their fund’s current holdings, plus their new buys and sold out positions.
  • We spend a lot of time here at The Acquirer’s Multiple digging through these 13F-HR documents to find out which superinvestors hold positions in the stocks listed in our Stock Screeners .
  • This week we’ll take a look at Joel Greenblatt’s Gotham Asset Management, (12-31-2018):

The Risks of Speculating During Rising Markets

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  • As the markets soared further in March 2000, Druckenmiller was quoted as saying, “I don’t like this market.
  • If geniuses like Druckenmiller and Newton couldn’t stand to watch as others made money, and they carried on with full knowledge that they were purely speculating (re-read Druckenmiller’s confession mentioned above), what chance do we non-geniuses have to survive a bubble and its subsequent and certain burst?
  • If you are comfortably rich and someone else is getting richer faster than you by, for example, investing in risky stocks, so what?

Andrew Kuhn's Mental Models in Under 3 Minutes: "Surfing"

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CSI Update April 2019, Private Subscriptions

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  • In late 2015 we started offering a paid subscription service which is similar to the Blog, but we tell you exactly what stocks we bought and why—and sold every day, with a weekly summary of activity, open positions, how many shares we own and their valuations.
  • Here is the list of private subscription stocks I have bought and sold since December 2015.
  • 2018 Networking Co. (1/3 sold) 17% gain

CSI Update April 2019, Free Blog

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Beazer the Pleaser

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  • Last year, shares of Beazer Homes fell big-time on the expectation that rising rates would kill consumer appetite for homes.
  • So I bought some, as discussed here.
  • Last week, I sold the shares...

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