The Stingy News Weekly (01/18/2015)
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Playing big-bank poker
"Last year, I challenged readers to pick the best, and the worst, big Canadian bank to buy in 2014. With only six of them to choose from, it seemed like a simple task. But no one got it quite right."
Buy the most despised company
"Between April 1983 and December 2007, the despised portfolio outperformed the admired one by more than 2 percentage points per year, on average. In addition, the professors found that increases in admiration were, on average, followed by lower returns." [Value Investing]
Claiming a loss
"It makes sense, then, to segregate any day trading activity (sometimes considered on income account) into a separate account from your buy-and-hold securities." [Taxes]
When to retire
"If you reach your mid-60s and feel you may not be able to afford the retirement you want, a simple solution can have a surprisingly large impact: keep working for another three years." [Retirement]
Dogs of The Footsie
"The dogs are also well ahead over the past 13 years, growing by an average annual 16.3 per cent in total return terms, two-and-a-half times the 6.5 per cent total return figure for the index." [Dividends]
Pat Dorsey Lecture
"What does it mean for a company to have a moat? What are the key drivers to valuation? Pat Dorsey will use examples to shed light on these, and more questions." [video] [Value Investing]
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