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  • How to Play a Hedge Fund’s Mind

    By JP Kril - March 14, 2013 | Tickers: HMC, AAXJ, NTT

    I figured it only natural while Hank Greenberg, former AIG CEO, hugs the home page of the Fool yesterday and explains to the public of “How AIG Went Off Track” that we touch on Kyle Bass’s views on the market, especially when he quoted, “The AIG of the world is back” referring to banks selling him one-year jump risk at 1bp on Japan.

    Let’s take a step back more »

  • How to Play a Hedge Fund’s Mind

    By JP Kril - March 14, 2013 | Tickers: HMC, AAXJ, NTT

    I figured it only natural while Hank Greenberg, former AIG CEO, hugs the home page of the Fool the other day and explains to the public of “How AIG Went Off Track” that we touch on Kyle Bass’s views on the market, especially when he quoted, “The AIG of the world is back” referring to banks selling him one-year jump risk at 1bp on Japan.

    Let’s take a more »

  • Half the Normal Price

    By Jon Quast - January 23, 2013 | Tickers: GLW, NTT, DCM, STX, WDC

    Recently I wrote an article where I referenced, among other things, Apple's extremely low price to earnings ratio.  Apple's price to earnings is half that of the average for the technology sector.  This got me thinking: What other companies in the tech sector trade for less than half of the industry average?

    The current price to earnings ratio average for the technology sector is 22.60*.  There are more »

  • Stocks for the 21st Year of Japan's "Lost Decade"

    By Jonathan Yates - August 14, 2012 | Tickers: CAJ, HMC, NTT, SNE, TM

    As Japan moves well into the 21st year of its "Lost Decade," there are publicly traded companies on the island nation that are very appealing investments.  While Japan is nowhere near recovering from the "Lost Decade" that began in the early 1990s and has demographics working against it with a rapidly aging populace, it does have many firms that are among the tops in the sector of each.  Japan is more »

  • VMware: Strong Fundamentals and Vision

    By Ashish Sharma - August 13, 2012 | Tickers: T, CSCO, EBAY, MSFT, NTT, VMW

    Since shipping its first product in 1999, VMware (NYSE: VMW) has clearly established itself as the leader in x86 server virtualization software and has posted impressive top-line growth over the past few years due to its differentiated core platform (vSphere). Although the licensing growth stabilization in Q2 poses a concern, we still remain positive on the fundamentals surrounding the VMware story, and believe that competition remains a few versions away more »