I'm going to go over a quick fundamental analysis I did a while ago. This covers commodity products, but hopefully the example is broad enough to get you thinking about the right/wrong way to think about simple investment analysis. I'll use Nokia as an example. (more…)
Ian sent me a link to an old Fortune article about the Tiger 21, an "exclusive investment club." I don't know if I like the idea or not, but the article made me think. The Best Therapy $10 Million Can Buy (PDF file)
The WSJ wrote an article about employer-sponsored stock purchases (i.e., when you get an employee discount to buy shares of your own company). Here's what they had to say: (more…)
My friend JRK writes in asking if it's worth it to pay for newsletter subscriptions. (more…)
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