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Sorting Fact from Fiction: Valeant Pharmaceuticals

by Michael Acampora

The story of embattled pharmaceutical company Valeant has garnered headlines in recent weeks, but for me it has been more than a year of trying to figure out the truth behind one of the fastest growing companies of the past decade.  1,363 more words

Risk, Return and Disappointment theory

Moving ahead from the Greece posts, on the famous theory of risk, return and the disappointment based on expectations.

See, stocks are stocks, bonds are bonds, and cash is cash. 531 more words

Behavioral Finance

Taking the safer risky bet: I'm buying ALIBABA (BABA) rather than Vips

I feel a dangerous attraction: I like to buy recent IPOs below the IPO price.

It boosts my ego: ‘Hey, I am smarter then the “HIPE” guys!” 234 more words


Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits

You have some money in your bank. You decided to invest some money in the common stocks. You have reached on this decision as you want to have more income than if you would these funds in other way .History might be irrelevant to most of you but we compare the returns by looking at the past. 292 more words

Finance Awareness

How to Spot a Miracle (Part 1)

There are many, many sites that do a fantastic job of using analytics, financial information, quarterly reports etc to help you decide on good investments.  Those are all NECESSARY.   1,398 more words

Tesla Motors

Why you should invest in Equity Market

Equity investing is something that can’t be taught or learned in a limited period.  It requires time, patience and rules that you can bank on. I shared few principles from the famous book  964 more words


STEPHEN MOORE: How Pizza Became a Growth Stock

Wall Street Journal: The secret? The Domino’s CEO cites a mea culpa ad campaign, digital delivery and unlikely new markets.

Here’s a question that has been puzzling Patrick Doyle, the CEO of Domino’s, for months, as he puts it: “How do we list the calorie content of our pizzas on a menu when we have 34 million different variations of pizza?” The new menu labeling law, a creation of the Affordable Care Act, could require his company to do just that. 39 more words