Month: April 2015

Value Essentials: Financial Shenanigans

Welcome to a further piece of our ‚Value Essentials‘ series. ‚Financial Shenanigans‘ is written by Howard M. Schilit, PhD, CPA and Jeremy Perler, CFA, CPA. It presents an empirical journey through many accounting tricks in an entertaining way while teaching its readers what to look for when analyzing balance sheets. This blog post is by […]

METKA S.A.: One of the cheapest companies in the world?

Today we would like to present you METKA, which is probably one of the cheapest stocks in the world. Before we start with actual valuation, we provide an executive summary as this is a rather long post. Afterwards we would like to highlight the history of this over 50 year old company.   1. Executive […]

Happy Easter! Some useful links and some thoughts.

Dear followers, first of all, we want to wish happy easter to all of those who celebrate! As you know, we share some useful reading from time to time. These are some easter eggs that we think you might like: Credit Suisse on merging fundamental and quantitative analysis: The article starts with a Kasparov Quote: “Weak human […]