It is getting increasingly difficult to find value-priced foreign stocks -- at least those that trade as ADRs. Did a search today on all ADRs looking for any and all that had dropped 20% (One of my best moneymaking techniques is finding 20% flushers and looking for the gems in the terlet...) [more]
Gupta hoses shareholders to make nice with Billary.
Just another reason not to vote for that crooked pair.
Median incomes dropping? Here's the article. The only reason household incomes are rising is because more work is being done?
That's a fine American dream.
Good thing those CEOs are getting paid all that money to pull up the numbers, or this might look even worse.
With the new caps video widget, you can inflict such visuals across the blogosphere.
Dinosaurs and humans, together at last!
There are some very cool widgets coming up from the Caps team. Get a load of this: [more]
That's unpossible, isn't it? Flip This House? A fraud? [more]
New research bodes ill for the concept...
Finances are still actrocious (recent 10QSB actually has the wrong dates on the tables... maybe a step forward from last year when Durland and Knabb did the math wrong?) [more]
Let's try this again. [more]
I notice some ads in our sidebars, and I must quibble with the assumptions. Forgive me, it's the only Foolish thing to do. [more]
Here he is, once again, advocating a reinflation of the housing bubble he did nothing to stop. [more]
Nope. The judges won't have it. [more]
As related by one of their own. [more]
So long, Wolfie. You blew it. Not as bad as your whole Iraq plan (remember how it would cost nothing and be paid for by Iraq's oil?) but you blew it nonetheless. [more]
Ugh. Anyone out there bother to check up on the CEO at this outfit? I mean, it already made no sense at 5x revs, especially given the nature of that business, which is full of strong competitors. [more]
Things have gotten much worse for our old friend Jasper Knabb.
"CM: What we had was a combination of sin and folly. The accountants allowed the institutions to show profits on loans that no one in their right mind would have allowed to show a profit until the loan matured to a better condition. The minute you pay people high commissions to make loans to the "undeserving poor," or the "overstretched rich," you're in trouble. I don't see how those who did it can still shave in the morning, because the face looking back is evil and stupid." [more]
Once again, the AP does it. [more]
"She provides hope for young people all over the U.S. and the world. She provides beauty and excitement to (most of) our otherwise mundane lives..." Awwww...
"...Her mother, Kathy, yelled at the prosecutor, "You're pathetic," as the packed courtroom cleared."
In developed economies like ours, it seems unthinkable that a business or school could possibly have trouble affording computers -- especially when people here routinely pay more for high-end jeans at the mall than they would for a cheap PC at the local chain retailer. [more]
It just keeps getting better for these two unrepentent cronyists. [more]
Hey, if you know you're fibbing, why not just change federal law, after the fact, so that you won't be!
This link if you are religious, or are considering Pascal's wager.
That is all.
Hey, why not book your profits before they're real?