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THE INTELLIGENT INVESTOR BY BENJAMIN GRAHAM

By Jacob Wolinsky. Originally published at ValueWalk.

THE INTELLIGENT INVESTOR BY BENJAMIN GRAHAM

THE INTELLIGENT INVESTOR

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0:20since summarize the lessons waters tell you when it’s cold will give you

0:27investing strategies your host Preston Parrish and staying person has everybody

0:36doing out there this presentation of Yahoo’s for the investors podcast and as

0:40usual on the company by Mike Obel stick brodersen out in Denmark today we’ve got

0:46a book a lot of people talk about the author of the book is Benjamin Graham

0:51Benjamin Graham Road two books that were really famous person security analysis

0:56which we’ve done an episode on and then the other book is the Intelligent

1:00Investor so to just give everyone a quick background if you’re joining us

1:04for the first time on the show maybe don’t have Benjamin Graham is so

1:07Benjamin Graham was born buffett’s professor at Columbia and RAM started

1:12teaching at columbia university back in 1928 he wrote this book and it was the

1:17textbook that he used in his class and the text book was called security

1:21analysis which we’ve done the previous episode how many episodes ago was that

1:24stick like 20 or something like that yeah that sounds about right about

1:28twenty episodes ago and so when Graham wrote this book security analysis

1:32security analysis was published back in 1934 so all this was really kind of

1:37going on during the Great Depression and Graham then was professor for quite a

1:42few years he ended up being the professor for Warren Buffett and Warren

1:47Buffett whose net worth is I don’t know where it’s at right now maybe seventy

1:50billion 65 billion something like that it’s it’s way up there one of the

1:54wealthiest people in the entire planet has said that everything that he’s

1:58learned in his investing approach was completely shaped by Benjamin Graham the

2:02author of these two books and so that’s why we really like to place a lot of

2:07emphasis on Benjamin Graham he’s you know the founder of value investing a

2:13lot of people…
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The Limits Of Oil’s Rebound

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Submitted by Tyler Durden.

Submitted by Anatole Kaletsky, originally posted at Project Syndicate,

For the first time since last October, the price of a barrel of oil has broken through $50. So it seems a good time to update the analysis I presented in January 2015.

Back then, I argued that $50 or thereabouts would turn out to be a long-term ceiling for the oil price. At the time, with crude prices still above $60, almost everyone believed that $50 would be the rock-bottom floor. After all, futures markets predicted prices of $75 or higher; the Saudi and Russian governments needed $100 to balance their budgets; and any price much below $50 was considered unsustainable, because it would put the US shale-oil industry out of business.

As it happened, the price of Brent crude did fluctuate between $50 and $70 in the first half of last year, before plunging decisively below $50 in early August, when it became obvious that the lifting of sanctions against Iran would unleash a massive increase in global supply. Since then, $50 has indeed proved to be a ceiling for the oil price. But now that this level has been exceeded, will it again become a floor?

That seems to be what many investors are expecting. Hedge funds and other “non-commercial” speculators have increased their long positions to an all-time high of 555,000 of the main oil contracts traded on the New York futures market, compared to the previous record of 548,000 contracts, set just before the oil price peaked at $120 in June 2014. The return of speculative enthusiasm is usually a reliable sign that the next big price move will probably be down. More important, the fundamental arguments are more compelling than ever that $50 or thereabouts will continue to be a price ceiling, rather than a floor.

The case begins, as it did in January 2015, by observing that the oil market is no longer controlled by the monopoly power of OPEC (or the Saudi government and OPEC). Because of new sources of supply, advances in energy technology, and environmental constraints, oil is now operating under a regime of competitive pricing, like other commodities do.

This is what happened for two decades from 1985 to 2004, and, as the chart…
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Why Management Is Incentivized To Fabricate Earnings: It’s All About non-GAAP Bonuses

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Submitted by Tyler Durden.

When it comes to the stock market, there is no single greater observable divergence right now than that between GAAP and non-GAAP earnings. As the chart below shows, while on a non-GAAP basis earnings have been hurting in recent years, with the LTM EPS of the S&P has declined to 116.4, down from 118.1 as of December 31, 2014, the real surprise is in GAAP EPS, which are back down to 88, a level last seen in 2007 when the market was about 500 points lower.

And, depending on whether one believes in adjusting EPS and giving companies the full credit of addbacks, pro forma numbers, and other various fudges, the P/E of the S&P as of this moment, is either 18x on a non-GAAP basis, or a ludicrous 23.7x if GAAP earnings are used.

The reason for the use of this non-GAAP numbers is very simple: to create an illusion of corporate profitability where one does not exist, something which can be seen most vividly in the earnings, or rather loss numbers of Alcoa, easily the most chronic offender of non-GAAP adjustments, which has made a half a billion dollar loss into half a billion dollar profit.

But, as the WSJ calculates, it is not just shareholders who enjoy the illusion that their investment is doing better than in reality (and thus their stock is worth more than it would be under a GAAP world) – it is corporate executives themselves who are delighted by non-GAAP numbers.

As the WSJ reports, non-GAAP adjusted metrics aren’t just showing up in earnings releases: “pro forma figures have been proliferating in annual proxy statements, too.” And the reason why in addition to shareholders, management is also infatuated with non-GAAP is because “when used with compensation metrics, they can help executives draw bigger pay packets.”

In other words, in the worst possibly form of skewed incentives, CEOs are ever more compensated to fabricate the most inaccurate profit picture they can come up with.

According to research firm Audit Analytics, the term “non-GAAP” appeared in 58% of proxies for companies in the S&P 500 that have released them so far this year. Five years ago, that term showed up in 27% of proxies for current S&P 500 constituents. …
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Ben Carson: President Hillary Would Bring About “Tremendous Carnage And Death”

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Submitted by Tyler Durden.

In a world in which everything has devolved to threats of Mutual Assured Destruction of the “if something does not happen then the world will end” variety observed most notably with the scaremongering campaign over Brexit in which David Cameron recently went as far as suggesting that war could break out should the UK leave the EU (as well as currency collapse, recession, and some of the worst parts of the bible), it only makes sense to take whatever works and run with it.

That’s what former GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson, and the first of Trump’s former foes to endorse him, said on Monday when he told “Fox and Friends” that America is like a “cruise ship” about to tip over “Niagara Falls,” unless Republicans rally around Donald Trump.

BEN CARSON: America is like a cruise ship that is about to go off of Niagara falls with tremendous carnage and deathhttps://t.co/cVRp45XbJq

— FOX & Friends (@foxandfriends) May 30, 2016

In other words if Hillary wins, nothing short of the apocalypse would follow according to the neurosurgeon.

“America, right now, is like a cruise ship that is about to go off of Niagara Falls with tremendous carnage and death,” Carson said: “What you have to do first is recognize the problem, stop the ship, turn it around and then move in the other direction.”

Carson also warned that Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party candidate, and any potential third-party candidate that gets into the race are stealing the spotlight away from Trump because of “petty little differences.”

Carson’s bashing of the potential Libertarian Party threat continued: “A quarter of a century ago, another Clinton was running for the White House and it was the entrance of a third-party candidate, Ross Perot, that made it possible for him to win,” Carson said. “Now, wouldn’t it be ironic if the same thing happened this time? Wouldn’t we be smart to learn from things that have happened in the past?”

“I’m hoping that whoever that third-party candidate is will stop for a moment and think about what the implications are of allowing Hillary Clinton or someone like her to get in there,” he continued. “They get two to four Supreme Court picks and completely change the…
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Erdogan Says “Contraception is Treason, Women Not Equal to Men, Muslims Must Multiply Descendants “

Courtesy of Mish.

In a stark warning as to what will happen if Chancellor Angela Merkel allows Turkish citizens visa-free travel throughout Europe, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says “Contraception is Treason, Women Not Equal to Men, Muslims Must Multiply Descendants “.

Please consider Turkey’s Erdogan Warns Muslims Against Birth Control.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called on Muslims to reject contraception and have more children.

In a speech broadcast live on TV, he said “no Muslim family” should consider birth control or family planning.

“We will multiply our descendants,” said Mr Erdogan, who became president in August 2014 after serving as prime minister for 12 years.

In Monday’s speech in Istanbul, the Turkish leader placed the onus on women, particularly on “well-educated future mothers”, to not use birth control and to ensure the continued growth of Turkey’s population.

Mr Erdogan himself is a father of four. He has previously spoken out against contraception, describing it as “treason” when speaking at a wedding ceremony in 2014.

He has also urged women to have at least three children, and has said women cannot be treated as equal to men.

Turkey’s fertility rate is one of the highest in Europe and the country’s relatively young population (compared with other European countries) is still growing. The population is just under 80 million.

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Not only is this a warming to Europe, it is fodder for the Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.

Mike “Mish” Shedlock


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“It’s Unbearable” 50-Year-Old German Woman Rages “I Have Lost All My Trust In The State”

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Submitted by Tyler Durden.

Via VladTepesBlog.com,

An original translation by Nash Montana of a PI News report

I am almost 50 years old, I have a University degree, and was – out of love for nature – always a trusted voter for the Green Party. I never felt much interest for politics. In Germany everything seemed to always go its natural regular course. I had trusted our parliamentary democracy, I thought our administration would hardly make mistakes, because it is controlled by the opposition. Never, absolutely never did I think that I would lose all my trust in the State. It’s unbearable that I am afraid of the future. Preferably I’d just like to leave. But I feel too old to leave Europe.

What country would even take me anymore? I am not a shameless African that just seats himself in a refugee boat. I would properly apply to the respective immigration authority. But my chances are close to zero. I am – like most Europeans – damned to impotence as I see this invasion happen.

When, about ten years ago, a friend of mine emigrated to Australia, I felt sorry for her. How could one leave our beautiful Europe? A continent with such wonderful nature and culture. I would’ve never even thought of this. Today I know: She did the right thing.

I am becoming depressed in Europe. Our defenselessness shocks me. The failure to act by our politicians drowns my mind in a fog of powerlessness. I have not read any of Sarrazin’s books, so as not to upset myself even more. Everything I read, in just our daily newspapers, is enough for me already.

The Euro is a complete nightmare. The illegal immigration is a complete nightmare. But the single largest outrage is the political correctness which disables us from criticizing these immense breaches of law.

We, that is us adult and mature citizens, who are in this way disenfranchised. When I went to school, I was taught critical thinking. What good is that to me now?

Meanwhile I hate the Green party. They are asinine and dopey, and they are shameless. Just like the SPD and the CDU. They expect that we get up at 6 AM in the morning and encourage our children to succeed, just so that they will wear themselves…
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“An Unusual Number Of Known Unknowns” – These Are The Key Event Risks In June

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Submitted by Tyler Durden.

One of the recurring concerns voiced by Bank of America’s Michael Hartnett is that with May now in the rearview mirror, we are entering “the event risk month” of June (incidentally, over the weekend, the credit strategist presented several ideas how to trade said event risk, either bullish or bearish). Now it is UBS’ turn to reiterate the warning that June may see a spike in volatility due to “an unusual number of known unknowns.”

According to UBS, in June there will be “an unusual number of known unknowns from several sources. June 2016 is a month in which the number of event risks is particularly high. In our baseline scenarios we do not see market upsets, but the potential is there: Japanese fiscal policy; meetings of the ECB, Fed and BoJ; new ECB policy implementation; a German Constitutional Court ruling; the UK referendum; elections in Spain; and a decision on the FTT are all thrown into the mix.”

Here is the full breakdown, first in table format.

And then the chronological narrative:

1 June: Closing day of the Japanese Diet – new fiscal action?

We expect Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to announce new fiscal policy on 1 June – the closing day of the current session of the Japanese Diet. We think that the scheduled rise in the consumption tax will be delayed and a supplementary budget of ¥5-10tn could be announced. It is also possible that the Lower House is dissolved and new elections called.

2 June-16 June: Central bank meetings

On balance, we do not expect any change in monetary policy to be announced by the ECB, the Federal Reserve or the BoJ in June, but statements and guidance will be watched closely.

First up is the ECB on 2 June. The ECB will present its new staff forecasts at the press conference. We think the key challenge for Mr Draghi will be to not appear too hawkish amid rising oil prices and robust Eurozone Q1 GDP growth, and we believe it too early for the ECB to send strong signals about the duration of QE beyond March of next year. But much will be discussed.

After that, the FOMC will meet on 15 June. We think that it will wait until September before
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Almost 100 Beheadings So Far In 2016 And Counting… And No, It’s Not ISIS

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Submitted by Tyler Durden.

Submitted by MiddleEastEye via TheAntiMedia.org,

Amnesty International warned on Friday that a surge in executions carried out by Saudi authorities could see more than 100 people put to death in the first six months of 2016.

The London-based watchdog says that the kingdom carried out at least 158 death sentences last year, making it the third most prolific executioner after Iran and Pakistan.

This year, at least 94 people have been executed so far, “higher than at the same point last year,” Amnesty International said.

If executions continue at the same pace, “Saudi Arabia will have put to death more than 100 people in the first six months of this year,” the human rights group warned.

“Executions in Saudi Arabia have been surging dramatically for two years now and this appalling trend shows no sign of slowing,” said Amnesty International’s MENA deputy director James Lynch.

Lynch spoke of “pervasive flaws” in the kingdom’s justice system “which mean that it is entirely routine for people to be sentenced to death after grossly unfair trials.”

Murder and drug trafficking cases account for the majority of Saudi executions, although 47 people were put to death for “terrorism” on a single day in January.

Among those was Shia cleric Nimr al-Nimr whose execution sparked a diplomatic rift between Riyadh and Tehran. Nimr was a driving force of the protests that broke out in 2011 in the kingdom’s east, an oil-rich region where the Shia minority of an estimated two million people complains of marginalisation.

Nimr’s execution sparked protests after the death sentence was handed down based on confessions he says were extracted through torture. The case “provides a glaring example of the arbitrary use of the death penalty after proceedings that blatantly flout international human rights standards,” said Amnesty.

Following Nimir’s execution sources in the kingdom told Middle East Eye that prisoners arrested when they were children and others suffering from mental illness were among dozens of inmates executed in Saudi Arabia in January. One security source who witnessed the executions told MEE: “It was a massacre. There was blood and body parts everywhere.”

Nimr’s execution sparked protests in Iran, where mobs ransacked and set fire to the Saudi embassy, leading to Riyadh severing ties with Tehran and plunging the two regional rivals into a diplomatic…
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Brits “Appalled, Disgusted” At Brexit Postal Ballot ‘Fraud’

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Submitted by Tyler Durden.

“I am appalled by it. It should be neutral,” exclaimed one angry Brit after seeing that Brexit voters are being sent postal ballots with a guide that strongly suggests they should vote for Britain to remain in the European Union.

The “How to vote by post” forms were sent out last week…

And, as The Telegraph reports, this has prompted furious complaints from anti-EU campaigners, as the step-by-step guide includes advice to “read the instructions carefully, then complete your ballot paper” above an image showing a pencil in a hand ticking a box to “remain a member of the European Union.”

“When i first saw these instructions I was disgusted… The Electoral Commission should never have allowed this to be sent.”

Experts say there is a risk that the forms could be challenged in court because they appear to guide the choice of voters.

Bernard Jenkin – the MP who oversees the conduct of the referendum – noted “any subliminal messaging by authorities purporting to be neutral is absolutely forbidden and it should be reported to the Electotal Commission,” and Arron Banks – a backer of the Leave.EU campaign – exclaimed “to send out postal votes with instructions showing people how to vote and favoring the “remain” campaign is the latest outrage... we will be asking our lawyers to contact the electoral commission for an explanation.”

Officials defended the design of the instruction leaflet, saying “the placement of a pen graphic is incidental… it could not be construed as indicating how to vote.”

But the chief executive of Electoral Administrators warned “clearly this has not followed good practice.”

*  *  *

It seems that the establishment is leaving nothing to chance. With ‘Project Fear’ now complete – as politicians enter the dark period of propaganda prior to the vote – the manipulation will continue until the status quo is maintained… for now, the polls suggest the establishment is going to have do more…





Trump And Hillary Don’t Know How To Fix The Economy

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Submitted by Tyler Durden.

Submitted by Justin Murray via The Mises Institute,

Recently, Hillary Clinton was taped ridiculing Donald Trump for lacking a detailed plan for the American economy. The message, so it goes, is that Trump is not suited for the presidency because he doesn’t have a plan on how to turn the American economy around.

But is it really more dangerous to elect a president who makes up economic policy on the fly than one who proclaims to have a detailed plan for us?

The answer to this is no, it is not more dangerous to elect someone who makes up economic policy by the seat of his pants — as Donald Trump is prone to do — than it is to elect someone who thinks she can have the future of the economy neatly mapped out. However, this does not imply that seat-of-the-pants method is less dangerous either. The underlying problem is we have two competing people who think they can manage the American economy.

The core of why both philosophies are equally dangerous is best summarized by F.A. Hayek and the pretense of knowledge. Hayek notes in his speech in 1974:

Unlike the position that exists in the physical sciences, in economics and other disciplines that deal with essentially complex phenomena, the aspects of the events to be accounted for about which we can get quantitative data are necessarily limited and may not include the important ones … in the study of such complex phenomena as the market, which depend on the actions of many individuals, all the circumstances which will determine the outcome of a process … will hardly ever be fully known or measurable.

We are incapable of knowing what the future will bring. No president can come up with a detailed or air tight plan or can accumulate a sufficient stable of experts to be able to guide the behavior, wants, and needs of 320 million people.

For example, if we were to have asked George Bush and his economic experts in 2002 to develop a five year plan for cell phones, we would have built up a massive production capacity and R&D structure around miniaturizing phones as that was all the rage. If someone said in 2002 that people in the future would give up…
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THE INTELLIGENT INVESTOR BY BENJAMIN GRAHAM

By Jacob Wolinsky. Originally published at ValueWalk.

THE INTELLIGENT INVESTOR BY BENJAMIN GRAHAM

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The Limits Of Oil's Rebound

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Submitted by Tyler Durden.

Submitted by Anatole Kaletsky, originally posted at Project Syndicate,

For the first time since last October, the price of a barrel of oil has broken through $50. So it seems a good time to update the analysis I presented in January 2015.

Back then, I argued that $50 or thereabouts would turn out to be a long-term ceiling for the oil price. At...



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Erdogan Says "Contraception is Treason, Women Not Equal to Men, Muslims Must Multiply Descendants "

Courtesy of Mish.

In a stark warning as to what will happen if Chancellor Angela Merkel allows Turkish citizens visa-free travel throughout Europe, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says “Contraception is Treason, Women Not Equal to Men, Muslims Must Multiply Descendants “.

Please consider Turkey’s Erdogan Warns Muslims Against Birth Control.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called on Muslims to reject contraception and have more children.

In a speech broadcast live on TV, he said “no Muslim family” should consider birth control or family planning.

“We will multiply our descendants,” said Mr Erdogan, who became president in August 2014 after serving as prime...



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Fed's Bullard says global markets seem well-prepared for summer rate hike (Reuters)

St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard said on Monday global markets appear to be "well-prepared" for a summer interest rate hike from the Fed, although he did not specify a date for the policy move.

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Respectable Finish To Week

Courtesy of Declan.

Semiconductors were the star of the week.  The index cleared Match/April congestion and posted six consecutive winning days in a row. Technicals are all in the green and the index is above all key moving averages. Weakness will be a buying opportunity; a test of the 50-day MA would be a good start.


The Russell 2000 managed to regain the prior rising channel. Technicals are positive although it still has to make up relative ground against the Nasdaq. The index hasn't yet cracked new highs but one more days gain may be en...

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Gold Mining Stocks- Most dangerous time to own them in years?

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The rally in mining stocks since the first of the year has been very impressive.

The rally has taken Gold Miners ETF GDX up to test the 23% retracement of the collapse over the past 5-years. At the same time it is hitting the 23% level, two other resistance lines are being put to a test, with momentum at the highest levels in the past 5-years.

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Graham Media Group To Buy WCWJ, CW affiliate In Jacksonville, NBC Affiliate in Roanoke

Courtesy of Benzinga.

Graham Media Group, Inc., a Graham Holdings Company (NYSE: GHC) subsidiary, said it struck a deal with Nexstar Broadcasting Group, Inc. and Media General, Inc. to purchase WCWJ, a CW affiliate television station in Jacksonville, Florida and WSLS, an NBC affiliate television station in Roanoke, Virginia for $60 million in cash and the assumption of certain liabilities.

The agreement to acquire Nextar Broadcasting included pension obligations. Graham Media Group, Inc. would continue to operate both stations under their current network affiliations.

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Swing trading portfolio - week of May 23rd, 2016

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This post is for all our live virtual trade ideas and daily comments. Please click on "comments" below to follow our live discussion. All of our current  trades are listed in the spreadsheet below, with entry price (1/2 in and All in), and exit prices (1/3 out, 2/3 out, and All out).

We also indicate our stop, which is most of the time the "5 day moving average". All trades, unless indicated, are front-month ATM options. 

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The Biggest Bitcoin Arbitrage Ever?

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Do you remember when you were growing up and all your friends were allowed Atari game consoles but you weren’t?

Well, I do and the things seemed as foreign to me as Venus. Mostly because the little time I managed to spend on the gaming consoles when my friends weren’t hogging them I found it all a bit silly. I never “got” computer games, and to this day still have poor comprehension of things like Angry Birds.

I suspect that many people around the world view Bitcoin in the same way as I view Angry Birds: with mild amusement and a general lack of understanding as to what the hell all the fuss is about.

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This Is Why Biotech Stocks May Explode Again

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Here's an interesting article from Investor's Business Daily arguing that biotech stocks are beginning to recover from their recent declines, notwithstanding current weakness.

This Is Why Biotech Stocks May Explode Again

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Excerpt:

After a three-year bull run that more than quadrupled its value by its peak last July, IBD’s Medical-Biomed/Biotech Industry Group plunged 50% by early February, hurt by backlashes against high drug prices and mergers that seek to lower corporate taxes.

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About that debate last night

Although we try to stay focused on finding and managing promising trade ideas, the comments in the comment section sometimes take a political turn (for access, try PSW — click here!). So today, Jean Luc writes,

The GOP debate last night was just unreal – are these people running to be president of the US or to lead a college fraternity! Comparing tool size? The only guy that looks semi-sane is Kasich. The other guys are just like 3 jackals right now. 

And something else – if Trump is the candidate, that little Romney speech yesterday is probably already being made into a commercial. And all these little snippets from the debate will also make some nice ads! If you are a conservative, you have to be scared now. 

Phil writes back,

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