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Food for Thought. Thoughtful debate and insightful observations/ commentary on actions/events in financial markets, investments, societies, and governments around the world that impact our lives. Also Oxstone Team’s Global Investment Commentary and Best Investment Ideas.

Major Changes Seen in Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway Stocks: Apple, Wal-Mart, Phillips 66, Deere and More

Jon C. Ogg, 247WallSt, Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE: BRK-A) has released its public equity holdings as of June 30, 2016. […]

Why It’s Nearly Impossible To Stop This Amazon and eBay Scheme

Fred Ruckel was an advertising guy. At 25, he started his own agency, and over 12 years he developed commercials […]

Why Is the Stock Market So High? Ask the Bond Market

By JEFF SOMMER = CreditMinh Uong/The New York Times The American stock market has reached new highs this summer for some […]

What are the best resources to learn about fintech?

Fintech is changing quickly, resources keeping up ZACK MILLER Fintech is growing quickly. As new technologies, business models, and startups […]

New Zealand town with ‘too many jobs’ offering packages of land and homes for $165k

The southern New Zealand town of Kaitangata appears the prime example of the pastoral landscapes the island is known for; […]

The biggest money mistakes rich people make

1. THEY PINCH PENNIES … THEN SPLURGE Corley said that many millionaires are frugal — penny pinching everyday costs and […]

What “Disruption” Really Means? (Presentation)

By Bharat Ayyar Click on Web Link: – What “Disruption Really Means? (Presentation) 0

Margin of Danger. When you don’t know what you don’t know.

By Tim Hanson, If you’re an investor, then you know about margin of safety. Pioneered by value investor Ben Graham […]

Gold Market Manipulation Has Created Rarest of Opportunities

By: Gary_Savage The banksters, by manipulating the price of gold and artificially creating a bear market, have created what will likely […]

Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and Oprah Winfrey All Use the 5-Hour Rule

By Michael Simmons, co-founder of Empact, with Ian Chew and Shizuka Ebata, Top business leaders often spend five hours per […]

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