BlackBerry After Earnings: Running Out of Fat to Trim

BlackBerry (BBRY) released its results for the three months ended May 31 yesterday, and for a moment there you might have actually forgotten that the company has been struggling to stay afloat for the past few years.
Its cash balance actually rose to $3.1 billion […] Continue Reading…

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How to Play Argentina’s Supreme Court Setback

You could write a morality play about Argentina’s debt woes.  A vengeful market has never forgiven the country’s original sin of debt default in 2002.  Argentina spent years running away from its debts, even running to the likes of […] Continue Reading…

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Silicon Image Is An Undervalued Stock With Strong Growth Potential

The following is a guest post by Connor Ni, a promising young analyst I’ve recently had the pleasure of meeting.  Connor rolls up his sleeves and gives a very thorough value analysis of Silicon Image (SIMG).  I hope you […] Continue Reading…

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Abe’s Third Arrow: Guess What, It Won’t Matter

Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe has officially let fly his much-anticipated “third arrow,” announcing on Monday a series of economic reforms that included, among other things, a corporate tax cut.

His first two arrows were, of course, a loosening of […] Continue Reading…

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MLP Matters

After a few quick words on the Fed, I dedicate most of this week’s update to covering some fantastic new developments with one of my favorite MLP general partners. I’m also going to give a “big picture” view of why I like general partners better than the MLPs they manage, and under what conditions you should choose one over the other. […] Continue Reading…

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