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My long book is down to small positions in , , and . Mediums sized in . And large positions in (actually very large as I have been adding), , , , , L and . My short book includes small to medium sized positions in , , , , and large positions in and ...
Buffett and Munger have some questions to answer, some situations to ponder, and probably a more concerned public than in the past to deal with.
From lollipops to locomotives, Warren Buffett's has a full buffet of topics to address Saturday.
Netflix led the charge in FANG names. And why MRCY is now a hot stock in the defense sector.
There's enough of a current setup, along with recent earnings history, to take a small shot on long volatility with Coca-Cola stock.
Grocery distributor SpartanNash is out front in the trend towards healthier food and beverage products, plus it has an enviable dividend yield.
Look beyond dividend yield to find the best growth story for these beverage makers.
Does Berkshire Hathaway still offer value for investors?
Aurora's prominent partner could be cannabis' key to breaking into consumer segments.
The plan is for Peltz to help the firm in maximizing potential markets to target.
Unlike Coca-Cola with its introduction of Orange Vanilla Coke, Fitbit must hit on its new releases if it hopes to get back into investors' good graces.
*Raising net short exposure Some late morning observations: * With Google and Amazon market beasts -- now both medium sized -- I feel "comfortable" adding to my short hedges. * Added to my Micron , Caterpillar and Coca-Cola shorts. * So weird that t...
Last month I wrote in, "No Coke, Pepsi:" Coca-Cola remains an expensive stock with very low organic growth (and an increasingly competitive business landscape). I find it remarkable how talking heads don't challenge management's failure to respond ...
It would make little sense to take a step backward into bricks and mortar when consumer trends are so clearly shifting toward online purchases.
Good individual traders will produce returns far in excess of anything that traditional Wall Street will earn.
Cash is a lazy asset, but the genesis of Berkshire's underperformance has been choosing the wrong investments.
The recent decline in the soft drink giant's shares post-earnings is similar to pullbacks in the past that have been followed by nice rallies.
Pepsi's clash with Coke is most pivotal closer to home.
There is honestly nothing in the fundamental data that would provoke me as a trader to take on an entry position at this time.
A small dividend hike is helping to give PepsiCo shares a boost after its mixed earnings report.