Carnival of Value Investing #5

Welcome to the April 23, 2011 edition of Carnival of Value Investing.

I mentioned this a few weeks back in this Carnival. Blog Carnival is rejecting submissions from some blogs to the carnivals – even when the blogs in question are high quality and popular blogs and I can’t imagine any of the Carnival hosts complaining about submissions from these blogs.


Hussein Sumar presents HSBC Holdings plc. – Fastest Growing Bank in Asia with a Juicy Dividend Yield posted at Best Dividend Stocks, saying, “London & New York remain the largest financial centers of the world. The remaining largest financial centers in the world fall in Asia; Tokyo, Shanghai, Singapore & Hong Kong. Given that China grew its economy by 9.2% in 2010 and Singapore grew by 18%, banks that do not operate in these demographics are missing out on growing deposit bases and loan allocations.”

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Darwin presents Day-Trading is a Total Scam. Don’t Fall For the Pitch posted at Darwin’s Money, saying, “You’ve heard the pitch for incredible “Trading Systems” and working from home as a day-trader. It’s a total scam. Here’s why.”

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Ken Faulkenberry presents Stock Value Investing Strategy Using a Stock Screener posted at Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Blog.

Dividend Growth Investor presents Philip Morris International (PM) Dividend Stock Analysis posted at Dividend Growth Investor, saying, “Philip Morris International Inc. (PM), through its subsidiaries, engages in the manufacture and sale of cigarettes and other tobacco products in markets outside of the United States. The company was spun off from Altria Group (MO) in 2008, in an effort to separate the international operations of the tobacco conglomerate from potential harmful litigation in the US.”

That concludes this edition.


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