Florida based P&C insurance company trading at a 30% discount to book value of $13
Heritage Holdings (HRTG) is selling off on the Hurricane Irma headlines. The shares are now trading at $9, a 30% discount to book value of $13. The market has dumped the entire group, including peers: HC
Amazon (AMZN) is the master of everything. They own the retail space, are a dominant force in data storage, have hits in hardware and are quietly a logistics master. But the real prize -- and its not AWS -- it is Prime. Thats what could make Whole Foods interesting -- effectively turning it into
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After attending so manyfuneralsthat rarely reflected the vibrant lives of friends and familythey were meant to honor, a group of fed-up older people in Rotorua, New Zealand created what they call a Coffin Club.
In a short documentary video(with a whimsical musical number) from Loading Docs, members of the Kiwi Coffin Club....More>>>
Despite rising consumer confidence, a lot of factors are plaguing the U.S. economy of late. We note that the market is currently caught between weaker-than-expected March employment data, President Donald Trump’s airstrike against Syria and new policies from Federal Reserve (‘Fed’) that have already begun to hurt investors’ sentiment.
Source: ThinkstockSeptember 12, 2017: The S&P 500 closed relatively up 0.07% at 2,498.26. The DJIA closed up 0.17% at 22,156.18. Separately, the Nasdaq was up 0.09% at 6,460.19.
Although the U.S. broad markets ended the day relatively flat, the S&P 500 touched a new all-time high even if just briefly. Also the DJIA and Nasdaq are also within points of their respective all-time....More>>>
Description of the opportunity and investment thesis
CRHM represents a compelling risk/reward opportunity in the form of a rapidly growing leader in anesthesiology services for GIs in the US and Canada. We believe the company is undervalued on an absolute and relative basis, currently
Painful Bitcoin taxes will bite many unsuspecting investors next year unless they take action to mitigate the impact before the end of the year. This is especially true for the 2017 tax year, in which extraordinary gains have been the norm.