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  • My friends from Langfrist have issued their half year reports: – TGV Partners 6M 2019 – TGV Truffle 6M 2019 – TGV Rubicon 6M 2019 Interesting analysis why Value Investing seems to underperform in times of technological revolutions A great deep dive into the current state of streaming video Good summer reading list from A16Z SaaS mania: Recent IPO Zoom now trades at ~62 times revenue Machines these days can play online poker really well Ray Dalio on Paradigm shifts

Old School Value Nugget Fest (July 18th Edition)

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  • Ray Dalio – Paradigm Shifts (LinkedIn) Super long but well worth the read.
  • “I believe that we are likely approaching such a shift and recently explained the dynamic as I see it in the following report.
  • Is value investing dead?

Video of the Week: Canadians Stocks We Never Talk About

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  • 01:44 MH : When I started investing it was in 2003.
  • I decided to buy Intertape Polymer about a year ago in my portfolio because I think that the company is posed for strong growth and with a USD dividend payment at 4% yield, it is quite interesting to have you in your portfolio.
  • This is not like a small company, it’s probably one of the best text stock in the community market.

TAM Stock Screener – Stocks Appearing in Pzena, Greenblatt, Dalio 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.
  • Jim Simons – 137,100 total shares
  • Joel Greenblatt – 126,398 total shares

This Week’s Best Investing Reads 7/19/2019

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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:

The Best Cheap Stocks Promise Profit and Growth

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  • What are the best cheap stocks to invest in?
  • We are getting the same value at different prices.
  • Price to Earnings (P/E) ratio:

Don’t Neglect the Forgotten

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  • A forgotten sector comes to lifeMiners decline relative to gold as investors give up on poor capital allocation by managers who paid high prices at the top of the last cycle 2007/2011.
  • But that has changed as the sector has been starved of capital for years.
  • Go where they ain’t.A forgotten miner in an opaque market (Uranium).

Kinder Morgan Canada / Q2-2019

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  • Their take is $14.4 million.
  • This leaves $8.6 million left for the 34.9 million shares that are publicly trading on the TSX – about 24 cents per share for the half.
  • There will be some reductions in 2020, but otherwise they will easily cover the preferred shares.

Ray Dalio / Paradigm Shifts / Gold

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  • Ray Dalio doesn’t need much description, but his latest post (which can generally be summarized as: the party is changing tone, buy gold) gives one consideration.
  • In theory, if dollar devaluation is the name of the game, then I would think that any natural resources that have future demand would be eligible for consideration – especially since most of these companies (thinking fossil fuels) have huge debt loads.
  • The debt becomes cheaper due to the dilution of underlying currency, and the underlying commodity becomes more valuable in nominal terms.

These Simple Tips Can Make You a Better Investor

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  • Prices can move for many reasons, because the stocks are held by different people with different time horizons.
  • Television also holds the danger of stripping from you the humility that is so needed in investing.
  • This simple question, “How does this impact the value of the business?,” filters out 90% of the market’s noise and puts you on a solid investment footing — no matter how volatile the market itself may be.

Daily Journal Corp (Charles Munger) – Top 10 Holdings Q2 2019

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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.
  • This week we’ll take a look at Daily Journal Corp (Charles Munger) (6-30-2019).
  • StockShares HeldMarket ValueWFC / Wells Fargo & Co.$1,591,800$75,324,000BAC / Bank of America Corp.$2,300,000$66,700,000USB / U.S. Bancorp$140,000$7,336,000PKX / POSCO$9,745$517,000

Investors Can Find Some Of The Best Opportunities In The Smallest Listed Companies

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  • Tobias Carlisle: So, tell us a little bit about Indequity , because that was one that was, it was a fascinating discussion yesterday, so it’s a genuine nano cap and we should point out that the rand is, there’s about 15 rand to the dollar.
  • Tobias Carlisle: It’s $2 million US.
  • You can find out more about Tobias’ podcast here – The Acquirers Podcast .

Gold Play Setting Up

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  • I've been posting on Twitter about the technical setup forming on gold.
  • I'm long some GLD I picked up a couple weeks ago or so.
  • I'm going to buy more gold via an ETF or maybe even a leveraged ETF or mining ETF if gold starts to breakout again.

6 Dividend Stocks With A Good Yield And Growth Balance

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Growth or yield? In a perfect world, income investors would want both from their investments and are not interested in investments that offer neither. This is where the common ground ends, and the debate begins. Without the benefit of a perfect world, we are left with the middle ground which is a balancing act between growth and yield. How much yield are you willing to give up for growth at a certain level, and how much growth will you sacrifice for a higher yield?...

Joel Greenblatt: Here’s Why A Concentrated Portfolio Makes Sense

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  • All of a sudden if you invested in stocks and did the same type of work, people think you’re insane, and it’s just an interesting analogy that I was think of when people make fun of me that I was that concentrating.
  • I mean it’s a really good analogy.
  • I usually use the house analogy when people asked me how do we go about in valuing stocks and people understand completely when they’re buying a house, there are certain things you would do and we don’t do any different than owning a business.

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