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Jim Rogers stealing my thunder? GOLD!

I can’t help but admire anyone who rides a bike for long distances, and Jim Rogers is one of those who takes the cake. I met him in Scotland at the Chartered Financial Analysts Institute’s Annual Conference (2010). Although my … Continue reading

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Market undervalued? YES!

“According to Ford Equity’s research, based on current earnings, expected growth, and current interest rates, the S&P Midcap 400 Index is undervalued.” I prefer a sampling of mid-sized companies when considering valuations, since the really large capitalization stocks nowadays can … Continue reading

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Gas or Oil stocks. Which is better value or which is better bet?

An interesting piece on the love of oil stocks and the opposite for companies that have explore and produce natural gas.  Click on the picture to go to the article: Although I find this an interesting analysis, it just doesn’t factor in … Continue reading

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