Hottest Links: Negative EV, Tiger Global, Winklevii, Brazil, BubblesVW Staff
Hottest Links edition for Friday Afternoon (see Tuesday’s hottest links here). We hope to make hottest links a regular feature and this is just the beginning of a great linkfest to appear regularly. Feel free to send us feedback on our Hottest Links. Today we mostly feature value investing, both stocks, and research process.
Hottest links for Friday July 19, 2013
Hottest Links: Value Stocks
Negative Enterprise Value and Titanium Holdings
Stocks with a negative enterprise value absolutely crush the market. See more details on that topic below.
Tiger Global Starts BBA Aviation Stake
Hedge fund Tiger Global has a new position in UK listed BBA Aviation (LON:BBA). Read more at Market Folly for details.
The Case for Brazil, the World’s Most Hated Stock Market
Looking for a country which has favorable trends and a very cheap stock market? Brazil could be the investment of a decade. Josh Brown explains the case in a new post.
Winklevoss Twins to Speak at VIC
This year at VIC the Winklevoss twins will be pitching an investment. Will it be there new bitcoin ETF? Find out at the conference!
Discount Code: N13VW3 for ValueWalk readers
This Stock was Down 40% the other day, Is it Time to Buy?
Third Avenue Management owns 6.52% of shares, Pzena owns 6.94% of shares outstanding), Royce, Kennedy, BlackRock, Inc. (NYSE:BLK) are also large owners. Check out the value base for this company.
Hottest Links: Economy
Glass-Steagall is Dead – Get Over it.
Glass-Steagall is dead declares Prag Cap, see why he thinks we should just get over it below.
CFA Charterholders Just Want to Have FUN
The title speaks for itself, check below from CFA institute for the details.
13% and 15% Pretax Returns Now!
Brooklyn Investor is out with a new article, and they are always worth a read so take a look.
[KK, The Brooklyn Investors]
The Anatomy of a Special Situation
Want to know how to evaluate a special situation? Check out this great research.
From the famous professor and author of Irrational Exuberance.