I recently published a screen showing how one can make money using data from Wall Street analysts and was intrigued to see Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B) on the list of passing stocks. That caught me by surprise, not because there’s anything wrong with BRK.B but because it’s not the sort of stock I typically associate with any aspect of the sell side. Motivated by curiosity, I decided....More>>>
On Friday, our Under the Radar Moversnewsletter suggestedsmall cap precision and specialty motion control stock Allied Motion Technologies (NASDAQ: AMOT) as a possible long position:
Finally, we mulled going ahead and getting into another longer-term position today, but managed to talk ourselves out of it… for the time being anyway. We do intend to get into it soon though, when the....More>>>
Another week in which the relentless strength of the stock market continued, albeit at a much slower pace. Despite arate increase by the Federal Reserve, which had been well-telegraphed, stocks were able to still push higher. And like the previous week, insider buying remained stronger than we have seen for most of the first quarter.
We cover insider buying each week at 24/7 Wall St., and....More>>>
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Remember when Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B) bought shares of American Airlines (AAL), United Continental (UAL), Delta Air Lines (DAL), and Southwest Airlines (LUV). Short sellers sure do–and they’ve been running for cover ever since. S3 Partners’ Ihor Dusaniwsky explains:
Warren Buffett has not been a fan of the airline sector....More>>>