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[ September 16, 2014 | Author: Admin | Views: 60728 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

In this segment of The Motley Fool’s everything-financials show,Where the Money Is, banking analysts Matt Koppenheffer and David Hanson discuss a recent move by Berkshire Hathaway to add to one of its stock positions. David tells viewers why this is something every investor can learn from. The price of becoming the world’s greatest investor is that Warren Buffett can no longer make many of types of investments that made him rich in the first place. Find out about one such opportunity in “The Stock Buffett Wishes He Could Buy.” The free report details a sector of the economy Buffett’s heavily invested in right now and exactly why he can’t buy one attractive company in that sector. Click here to keep reading. Editor’s note: In the above video, David states that DaVita’s share price is $17 — the correct price at the time of filming was $117. You can followDavidandMatton Twitter. … Continue reading

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LONDON — When weighing up a potential investment, we need to look forward rather than backward. If you buy a stake in a business, it’s the future profits that count — and the stock market will value your shares based on future expectations. With that in mind, it can be helpful to review what expert City analysts are expecting a company to earn in the coming years. These expectations can be compared to the share price and give you a better idea of how the stock market is valuing the business. Today I’m looking at the earnings per share forecasts forVodafone (LSE: VOD  ) (NASDAQ: VOD  ) , the FTSE 100 mobile telecoms giant. All my figures are courtesy of S&P Capital IQ. Analysts expect Vodafone’s profits to be 16 pence per share in the coming 12 months. This means that compared to today’s share price of 191 pence, the market is … Continue reading

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Private-equity firm Fortress Investment Group LLC is in discussions with banks for financing to acquire wireless-telecommunications firm LightSquared Inc. out of bankruptcy proceedings, people familiar with the matter said. Fortress, already an investor in LightSquared, is talking with J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. and Credit Suisse Group AG about raising roughly $2 billion to back the deal, the people said. It remained unclear what kind of cash contribution Fortress might make to a deal. The discussions come a few days after another private-equity firm, Centerbridge Partners LP, decided to abandon a plan to buy LightSquared for roughly $3.3 billion and the assumption of about $1.7 billion in liabilities. That deal, structured as a bankruptcy reorganization plan, included Fortress, J.P. Morgan and investment firm Harbinger Capital Partners as minority investors alongside Centerbridge. Harbinger, started by Philip Falcone, is LightSquared’s original backer. Hot Telecom Stocks For 2015: QUALCOMM Incorporated(QCOM) QUALCOMM Incorporated engages … Continue reading

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Introduction In late January 2013, I wrote an article about Surge Energy (ZPTAF.PK), an oil-weighted intermediate producer with operations in Canada and US. It was when the price dropped below $4. Actually, I recommended Surge Energy back then at $3.7, for the reasons mentioned here. I know that I am the only contributor of SA who writes articles about Surge Energy, but I do not really care. I always enjoy unearthing overlooked and grossly undervalued companies. This is how I discovered C&C Energia (CZE.TO) from the main Toronto board, recommending it at $5.7 in August 2012. My article is here. C&C Energia was acquired by Pacific Rubiales (PEGFF.PK) for $9.5 (including the shares for Platino Energy), three months later. Nobody else had ever written an online article about C&C Energia. Same thing happened with Rock Energy (RENFF.PK), when I recommended it at $1 about three months ago. My article is … Continue reading

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Introduction In late January 2013, I wrote an article about Surge Energy (ZPTAF.PK), an oil-weighted intermediate producer with operations in Canada and US. It was when the price dropped below $4. Actually, I recommended Surge Energy back then at $3.7, for the reasons mentioned here. I know that I am the only contributor of SA who writes articles about Surge Energy, but I do not really care. I always enjoy unearthing overlooked and grossly undervalued companies. This is how I discovered C&C Energia (CZE.TO) from the main Toronto board, recommending it at $5.7 in August 2012. My article is here. C&C Energia was acquired by Pacific Rubiales (PEGFF.PK) for $9.5 (including the shares for Platino Energy), three months later. Nobody else had ever written an online article about C&C Energia. Same thing happened with Rock Energy (RENFF.PK), when I recommended it at $1 about three months ago. My article is … Continue reading