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Many investors chase hot trends, but bargain hunters seek established companies with shares that are easier to value and sell on discount.
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Successful bargain hunters must brave going against the crowd and, at times, looking foolish.
The potential for Howard Hughes's properties is huge, and its stock is cheap. But St. Joe Company has little value, and its shares are too expensive.
Investing in overseas companies has gotten easier and can help diversify your portfolio. But risks still remain in some areas.
Don't be afraid to stick with a good stock for the long haul.
Vocal and aggressive investors play a critical role in holding management teams accountable.
With Microsoft, expectations are so low that it's far more likely to deliver pleasant surprises.
Apple is just not cheap enough for us to take the risk that its long string of successes will remain unbroken.
One disagreement between us and Todd Combs: his failure to own Berkshire Hathaway itself.
In this crazy market, many high-quality companies are selling at relatively cheap prices. Our favorite: Microsoft.
The battered education sector may look tempting, but this is one group that deserves to be cheap and may well get cheaper.
Investors torn between wanting safety and craving yield have created a market filled with wonderful opportunities both to own stocks and sell them short.
Use our tips to improve your chances of selling stocks successfully.
These recent purchases illustrate the diversity of ideas we find appealing today.
Our biggest negative bet is against housing, which will remain troubled for some time.
Anheuser-Busch InBev is not just a leader in the U.S. but a global powerhouse.
Our eating habits are susceptible to biases and manipulation -- just like our investing decisions.