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Question to Readers

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The economic picture has changed dramatically since Active Value Investing came out. Over the last six months I’ve been getting a lot of questions from readers that have the same theme in common – now what? This made me think that I should either update the book (write a second edition) or write a series…

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See You In Omaha

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  Israel Old Ruins by Naum Katsenelson I’ll be attending Berkshire Hathaway’s annual meeting at the beginning of May.  After attending it last year, I had serious doubts about returning.  The Q&A session, which is really the reason to attend and consumes three quarters of the meeting, was not very fruitful.  Questions asked by attendees…

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Expect the Unexpected

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February 23rd, 2006 – The Motley Fool  By Vitaliy Katsenelson, CFA After reading Jeremy Siegel’s book Stocks for the Long Run, one gets a strong sense of security about investing in the stock market. Over long periods, the market overcame catastrophes like a global influenza pandemic, the Great Depression, the Cold War, two Gulf wars, two…

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