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Paragon Offshore PLC: What It Is, What It Isn’t

By Casey Hoerth: Paragon Offshore (NYSE:PGN), a rig-leasing spinoff of Noble Offshore (NYSE:NE), went public in late June and has since had a rough time of it. This small cap, $ 700 million company has seen its opening share price … Continue reading

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Eclipse Resources Corporation: A Shiny Penny Still Isn’t Worth Twenty Five Cents

By Dallas Salazar: I had the great pleasure of chatting with Bob Doll, former chief equity strategist at BlackRock, Inc., after a conference in Austin in the early part of 2012 and it was within this conversation that I was … Continue reading

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Ark Restaurants: The Story Is Progressing In The Right Direction, But The Stock Price Isn’t

By Bram de Haas: Ark Restaurants (NASDAQ:ARKR) is a non-branded restaurant business with strong insider ownership. Ark operates with the benefit of having some minor economies of scale over local competitors, but in turn, has difficulty warding off competition by … Continue reading

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Ark Restaurants: The Story Is Progressing In The Right Direction, But The Stock Price Isn’t

By Bram de Haas: Ark Restaurants (NASDAQ:ARKR) is a non-branded restaurant business with strong insider ownership. Ark operates with the benefit of having some minor economies of scale over local competitors, but in turn, has difficulty warding off competition by … Continue reading

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Vladimir Putin Isn’t Going to Sabotage the Iran Nuclear Talks Over Crimea – TIME

Haaretz Vladimir Putin Isn't Going to Sabotage the Iran Nuclear Talks Over CrimeaTIMEAUSTRIA-IRAN-NUCLEAR-POLITICS-TALKS E.U. foreign affairs representative Catherine Ashton (C, L), and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif (C, R) attend the second day of the second round of nuclear … Continue reading

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Like The Black Knight, Societe Generale Isn’t Dead Yet

By Stephen Simpson, CFA: French-based multinational bank Societe Generale (OTCPK:SCGLY) definitely got some parts lopped off during the credit crisis and European recession, but the bank has since proven that reports of its demise (or perpetual irrelevancy) were greatly exaggerated. … Continue reading

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Beware Buyers: 12 Reasons Why The Current Sky High Natural Gas Price Isn’t Here To Stay

ByValue Digger: Introduction Due to cold weather, intense speculation, momentum and lame assessments from some opinion makers with appearances on the media, the natural gas price has almost doubled in just 3 months. The nat gas price was $ 3.5 … Continue reading

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Taminco Isn’t Your Typical Chemical Company

By Stephen Simpson, CFA: Specialty chemicals is a sector label that really doesn’t tell investors all that much, as it includes a wide range of companies with very different end-markets and operating characteristics. That said, specialty chemicals do usually stand … Continue reading

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Wells Fargo Isn’t What You Think It Is, And Why That’s Important

By Terrier Investing: Wells Fargo’s profit surpassed its rival JPMorgan in 2013 as it released more from its credit reserves, but the nation’s biggest mortgage lender saw its core business sag as yields on mortgages rose. Growth in its brokerage … Continue reading

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Unilife: When A ‘Growth’ Pure-Play Isn’t A Smart Play

By Stone Street Advisors: I come from the school of fundamental value analysis/investing. So when a client asked me to look into Unilife Corp (UNIS) a few weeks ago, naturally, my first reaction was to look at their SEC filings … Continue reading

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