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Shareholder adviser rebukes Berkshire over executive pay


Shareholder adviser rebukes Berkshire over executive pay
Reuters
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April 20 (Reuters) - A large shareholder advisory firm has rebuked Berkshire Hathaway Inc for awarding large pay packages to the two leading candidates to succeed Warren Buffett as chief executive.
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Institutional Shareholder Services noted that Vice Chairmen Greg Abel and Ajit Jain were each awarded $16 million in salary and $3 million in bonuses in 2020, the same as in 2019, and said it was "unclear" whether any of their pay was tied to Berkshire's performance.
The firm said the "continued lack of transparency" raised questions about oversight by Berkshire's compensation committee, and recommended that shareholders withhold votes to reelect its members - Susan Decker, David Gottesman, Walter Scott Jr. and Meryl Witmer - as Berkshire directors.

Seven Dividend Growth Stocks Raising Distributions to Shareholders Last Weekk


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Monday, April 19, 2021
Seven Dividend Growth Stocks Raising Distributions to Shareholders Last Weekk
As part of my weekly review process, I monitor the list of dividend increases and focus on the companies with at least a ten year history of dividend increases. This process helps me to monitor existing positions, but also to identify companies for further research. 
It is also a good reminder about the companies that I never pulled the trigger on, despite understanding them. As an investor, I get to learn from mistakes I make, and hopefully improve over time. 
Over the past week, there were several companies that raised dividends. The companies with at least a ten year track record of annual dividend increases include:

Best investment books: Experts reveal their favourite reads

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The Smart Money Method: How to Pick Stocks like a Hedge Fund Pro by Steve Clapham
Distilling Steve Clapham's many years of experience as a hedge fund partner, this book offers a real insider's guide to the tricks of the trade, writes Peter McLoughlin, head of equity research at Rowan Dartington (who is responsible for his firm's in-house monthly book review).
For anyone who wants to understand the work the process that goes in to analysing a company this book is invaluable.
Steve covers all the ins and outs of identifying trends, judging company governance, questioning senior management, how to value a business and when to buy and sell, as well as a section on navigating the consequences of Covid-19.

What Did the Stock Market Do Today? 3 Big Stories to Catch Up On.

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Today's Market / What Did the Stock Market Do Today? 3 Big Stories to Catch Up On.
What Did the Stock Market Do Today? 3 Big Stories to Catch Up On.
Coinbase starts trading tomorrow. Here's what the stock market did ahead of the historic debut.
By
Sarah Smith, InvestorPlace Web Content Producer
Apr 13, 2021, 6:03 pm EDT
April 13, 2021
Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:
JNJ) vaccine news, and paying close attention to the crypto market. One big initial public offering tomorrow has Wall Street on watch. So what else did the stock market do today?
Source: Shutterstock
S&P 500 gained 0.33%, while the
Dow Jones Industrial Average shed 0.2%. The

What UK investors need to know about the Coinbase IPO

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Even by recent stock market standards there's a serious hullabaloo surrounding the Coinbase listing today - and with trading US shares proving increasingly popular, some British investors will be considering buying in.
Coinbase is expected to sail near a $100billion valuation with its direct listing and stock exchange Nasdaq has set its reference price at $250 a share. 
Here, This is Money outlines the key points investors need to know about Coinbase, and its stock market launch and how UK-based investors will be able to trade its shares. 
Big business: Founded in 2012, Coinbase is a cryptocurrency exchange company
What is Coinbase? 

BlackBerry Stock Is a Top Turnaround Play for the Next Decade


BlackBerry(TSX:BB)(NYSE:BB) stock. The former WallStreetBets (WSB) meme stock has settled down, crashing over 66% from its January peak to its April bottom. Today, BlackBerry stock looks ripe for picking again, now down 63% from its WSB-driven high. But just because the stock has been slashed by two-thirds does not mean shares can’t get hit further. Over the past year, BB stock has more than doubled from $5 and change to just north of the $11 mark.
While a return to single-digit territory is not out of the question, I do think it makes a lot of sense to start nibbling into a position today before the analyst community has a chance to upgrade the name over the numerous growth initiatives, most notably the vehicle data project called IVY, which sparked the first wave of buying in the name. BlackBerry stock has many catalysts on the horizon, and I think the odds of shares doubling over the next few years are high.

Saga's share price is rising. Should I buy the stock now?

Since the beginning of November, Saga's share price has risen 180%. Edward Sheldon looks at whether he should buy the stock for his portfolio.

Warren Buffett: Think observing what great investors are doing is useless? Here's why you couldn't be more wrong

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Most people who think that nothing is to be learned are actually doing so because they are talking not about learning, but copying. There’s a world of difference between learning and copying.

Alibaba Breathes a Sigh of Relief, Chipotle Sizzles as Markets Fizzle

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These two stocks are bucking a Wall Street downtrend.

PODCAST: Bitcoin Explained with Tyrone Ross

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David Muhlbaum: We’re going to talk about cryptocurrencies today. No, really, Kiplinger is going to cover Bitcoin. And please, if your usual reaction to Bitcoin is to roll your eyes or put your hands on your ears and go “lalalalala" — we get it. But come on, aren’t you a bit curious about how all this wealth is getting made? Financial advisor Tyrone Ross is going to help us figure out whether you should own some Bitcoin and if so, how to buy it.
Also, still waiting for your stimulus check? Sad. We’ll give you some reasons why that might be and what you can do about it. All coming up on this episode of

Charlie Munger Just Bought Alibaba Stock: Should You?

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Author Bio
I love looking at the "story" behind investments from an interdisciplinary point of view, with an equal appetite for high-growth disruptors and beaten-down value names.
Many investors follow Warren Buffett's every move, but many also pay close attention to his longtime partner and
Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK.A) (NYSE:BRK.B) Vice Chairman Charlie Munger. Munger, 97, is still active in the investing world, not only through his activities at Berkshire, but also as chairman of the
Daily Journal Corporation (NASDAQ:DJCO).
Munger bought the Daily Journal decades ago when he was still running his own investment fund, for just $2.5 million. After his fund dissolved, Munger distributed shares to his partners, but he still owns around 3.6% of the company, now valued at a whopping $455 million.

This Surprising Projection Shows Why Big Tobacco Is Moving Into Cannabis

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Apr 6, 2021 at 6:15AM
Cannabis companies haven't made many deals outside of its own industry, but a couple of the more notable ones have involved tobacco.
Altria (NYSE:MO) invested $1.8 billion into
Cronos
Group (NASDAQ:CRON) back in 2018 to take a 45% stake in its business. And last month,
British American Tobacco (NYSE:BTI) invested roughly $176 million in 
OrganiGram Holdings (NASDAQ:OGI), which represents a 20% stake in the cannabis company.
Not only is the cannabis industry moving further into the mainstream as more states legalize marijuana, but there's also a growing pressure on the tobacco industry to diversify its offerings. And a new projection could put pressure on tobacco companies to act sooner rather than later.

Software development is a loser's game | by Ben Hosking | Mar, 2021

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Great code doesn’t save you, but bad code will kill you #HoskWisdom
I’m not saying developers are losers but most software developers are not beating software development, software development is beating them.
The reason developers struggle is because they don’t know what game they are playing or the best tactics to use.
You need to know what game of software development, so you can play effectively.
In the creative process of writing code, it’s not if the code will be wrong, it’s when the code will be wrong and fixing it in the easiest way possible.

Investegate |Phoenix Asset Mng Announcements | Phoenix Asset Mng: Open Letter to Shareholders of Dignity Plc


Note to shareholders:
Phoenix Asset Management Partners is a fund management company founded in 1998, based in Barnes, Southwest London. Amongst other investments, we control 29.9% of the shares of Dignity plc.
We have an investment philosophy inspired by the teachings of Benjamin Graham, Philip Fisher, Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger. We are known for the depth of our research especially our monitoring programmes that are based upon lots of fieldwork as we experience companies through the eyes of their customers. We have a long term track record of generating returns significantly in excess of the market and manage £1.2bn.
Over the past 23 years we have built Phoenix using a principles based approach to business that emphasises integrity, transparency and fairness in all our dealings. You can learn more about us at

Wixcom Ltd (WIX): Price Now Near $276; Daily Chart Shows An Uptrend on 100 Day Basis

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Wixcom Ltd (WIX): Price Now Near $276; Daily Chart Shows An Uptrend on 100 Day Basis
Get Ratings)’s price is up $4.06 (1.49%) from the hour prior. It’s been a feast for bulls operating on an hourly timeframe, as WIX has now gone up 4 of the past 5 hours. As for the trend on the hourly timeframe, we see the
clearest trend on the 100 hour timeframe. Of note is that the 20 hour changed directions on WIX; it is now pointing down. The moving averages on the hourly timeframe suggest a bearishness in price, as the 20, 50, 100 and 200 are all in a bearish alignment — meaning the shorter duration moving averages are below the longer duration averages, implying a stable downward trend.

Could crypto tokens get outlawed? - Paulding County Progress


Could crypto tokens get outlawed?
Byron McNutt, DHI Media
Wednesday, March 31, 2021 12:02 PM
Do you understand the fascination and legitimacy given to bitcoin and
other cryptocurrencies? I would be very suspicious about something most
people don’t understand because cryptos are volatile and speculative.
Bitcoins
are created by a process known as mining: powerful computers are used
to solve complex mathematical puzzles to unlock new coins. Let’s be
clear, bitcoins are nothing more than a digital token. They have no
realistic value like gold does.
Cryptos are created out of thin
air. Miners compete with others to come up with a 64-digit hexadecimal

Robinhood to scrap confetti animation on app after 'gamification' criticism

Robinhood Markets Inc will discard its signature confetti animation that used to mark first trades for users on its trading app, following criticism from politicians and regulators.

Bankers Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan under fire as Deliveroo flops


One banker described the deal as 'an absolute car crash' as analysts said advisers – who billed Deliveroo £49million for their services – had 'mispriced' the shares. 
However, short sellers betting the stock would fall were also accused of driving the sell-off. The fiasco followed a barrage of criticism from big investors, with Legal & General, Aviva, Jupiter and others boycotting the listing due to concerns about workers' rights and governance issues. 
Many had warned the loss-making firm faces competition from the likes of Just Eat and Uber Eats as well. 
And it marked an embarassment for Chancellor Rishi Sunak who had hailed Deliveroo as a 'true British success story' as part of a campaign to lure more tech firms to the City. 

Does British American Tobacco (Malaysia) Berhad (KLSE:BAT) Have A Healthy Balance Sheet?

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Does British American Tobacco (Malaysia) Berhad (KLSE:BAT) Have A Healthy Balance Sheet?
By
March 28, 2021
The external fund manager backed by Berkshire Hathaway's Charlie Munger, Li Lu, makes no bones about it when he says 'The biggest investment risk is not the volatility of prices, but whether you will suffer a permanent loss of capital.' It's only natural to consider a company's balance sheet when you examine how risky it is, since debt is often involved when a business collapses. We note that
British American Tobacco (Malaysia) Berhad (KLSE:BAT) does have debt on its balance sheet. But the more important question is: how much risk is that debt creating?

When investing in a stock, invest not just money but also your time doing this

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When investing in a stock, invest not just money but also your time doing this
Would you rather eat a dish made by someone who has been cooking for years or someone who has just bought a book of recipes? It’s an easy choice to make.
Synopsis
Before you invest in a business, read about it as much as you can and try to gather an in-depth understanding of it. All businesses are a progression. Knowing what happened in the past helps you understand not just that business but all other businesses.
In some of my last few columns in these pages, I had been on a sort of Buffett-and-Munger roll, quoting and expounding on the wisdom on offer in a recent video and letter. The video is the annual shareholders’ meet of a small company named Daily Journal and the letter is of course the annual letter to the shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway from Chairman Buffett.

Investors should view their portfolios as mini-conglomerates

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Simon Brown, founder and director of investment education website Just One Lap. (Photo: JSE/Twitter)
In his annual letter to shareholders, Berkshire Hathaway’s billionaire owner, Warren Buffett, discusses real profits, being minority shareholders and the importance of customer service.
The month of March has a traditional twang to it in the investment community; it is the time when Warren Buffett publishes his letter to the shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway (one can find the letter on berkshirehathaway.com).
For me, it is always a great read that, more often than not, makes me a smarter investor after having read it.

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