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What to put in your TFSA, what’s best for an RRSP - The Globe and Mail
Special to The Globe and Mail
Published Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014
RRSPs  TFSA  personal_finance  stocks 
january 2017 by jerryking
KKR Evolves, Hiring Trading Team From Goldman -
OCTOBER 21, 2010 | Wall Street Journal | By GREGORY
ZUCKERMAN Evolution at KKR: Goldman's Genetics, The move KKR. to hire a
team of stock traders from Goldman Sachs is a sign of change sweeping
the private-equity industry. Prestigious buyout firms are plunging into
stock & bond trading, underwriting, & hedge funds, and away from
the LBOs that earned them fame and fortune. As recently as 2004, $14.4
B of KKR's $15.1 B of assets came from leveraged buyouts. Today, after
diving into debt trading, only $41B of its $54.4 B portfolio is from LBO
investments. And KKR, whose stock now trades publicly as KKR & Co.,
is actively examining a push into other businesses, according to people
close to the matter....Top executives at KKR and other firms argue that
in their research on buyout deals they uncover other investing
opportunities, such possible debt and stock purchases, that they can't
profit from without operating other kinds of investment vehicles.
diversification  private_equity  KKR  markets  buyouts  market_research  leverage  stocks  carve_outs 
october 2010 by jerryking
China's stockmarket : a guide to its progress, players and prospects
2003 | The Economist in association with Profile Books | By: Green, Stephen Paul, 1972
China  stocks  future  stockmarkets 
april 2010 by jerryking / Wealth - Star performer’s secret: he is smart
November 13 2006 12:26 | Last updated: November 13 2006 12:26 By John Authers reviewing Anthony Bolton's "‘Investing with
Anthony Bolton – the Anatomy of a Stock Market Winner’, by Anthony
Bolton & Jonathan Davis. Harriman House Publishing, £12.99."
book_reviews  stocks  equity_research  stock_picking  investing  stockmarkets  books  research_analysts  smart_people 
march 2009 by jerryking
Investing secrets that you won't find at your local bookstore
Saturday, August 12, 2006 G&M column by AVNER MANDELMAN.
Distills the investment thesis of Seth Klarman who runs about
$5.5-billion (U.S.), and who, around 1991, authored the hard-to-find
investment book Margin of Safety. Klarman was hired out of Harvard
Business School to manage a $27 million fund that, as of early this
year, had grown to $14 billion. He is also the author of one of the more
expensive books in the world, Margin of Safety. An out-of-print guide
to value investing, it sells for as much as $2,500 per copy on the Web.
Baupost  book_reviews  investing  Avner_Mandelman  stocks  Seth_Klarman  margin_of_safety 
march 2009 by jerryking
Stock Sleuthing 101: Talk to the company's customers
June 30, 2007 column by AVNER MANDELMAN counseling investors to
avoid fixating on the numerical side of the analysis to the detriment
of talking to a company's customers to understand truly the business'
strength or franchise.
stocks  Avner_Mandelman  market_research  sleuthing  personal_knowledge  scuttlebutt  due_diligence  biases  stockmarkets  primary_field_research 
january 2009 by jerryking

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