3 Stocks Buffett Wishes He Could Buy

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Earlier today, we reviewed Warren Buffett’s favorite bank stocks. No surprise, they’re all large caps – Uncle Warren has to invest a lot of money for any returns to matter, after all. His “problem” of having too much cash to deploy is not one that keeps me up at night. But Buffett did once famously say […]

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You can take it to the bank: the zero-interest rate era will soon be dead. That’s bad news if you have a hefty credit card balance, but it’s terrific if you invest in bank stocks. And now is a great time to do so. That’s not just my opinion. Some of the country’s smartest investors—including […]

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It’s been a full year since we initially highlighted Guidewire (GWRE) as a growth software company with utility-like revenue stability.  No doubt inspired by the piece, GWRE has hummed from $25 to $41 – a gain of over 60%. During that time, I have been selling covered calls on GWRE.  My shares were called away […]

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Yesterday I joined Riskalyze’s Aaron Klein and Financial Bin’s David Domzalski for their weekly edition of Market Matters. The show was a lot of fun – we tore into Facebook for a good bit, then discussed some beaten down commodity plays, along with some dividend growth stocks for our ZIRP world. My wife described it […]

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Famed short seller Jim Chanos’ comments about Dell are looking spot on after the PC maker reported first quarter earnings.  Chanos recently predicted that PC makers like Dell would look cheap the whole way down…we’re about to find out really quick, because Dell is in free fall! The trend at Dell is even worse than […]

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If you’ve always wished you could get fleeced by a Goldman banker, here’s your chance.  Buy some Facebook shares tomorrow – and take the other side of the trade from Golden Slacks! Shocking, I know – Goldman got a special deal on FB shares on the secondary market a year ago, when FB carried a […]

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Software, as you probably know, is a great business. Zero marginal cost, no inventory to monitor, and no goods to physically ship. The key to selling business software is finding an easy act to follow. Microsoft (MSFT) Excel was successful because there were no personal spreadsheet applications at the time. QuickBooks gained massive market share […]

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Brett

Hi, I’m Brett Owens – and I’m a financial junkie. My “problem” started incollege, when I got a little dose of the stock market – man, was I hooked…in no time, I was reading the Wall Street Journal religously.

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