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Aug 29, 2014 Five from 5i - Size Matters?

By 5i

Here are five links we found interesting this week at 5i

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Aug 25, 2014 Burger King and Tim Hortons: More than just a tax inversion?

By Ryan

Burger King and Tim Hortons have recently announced that they are in merger talks with tax savings being cited as the primary motivation but we think there is more to the story.

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Aug 22, 2014 Five from 5i - 90+ Charts

By 5i

Here are five links we found interesting this week at 5i

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Aug 20, 2014 Student Transportation Inc.: Riskier than you think?

By 5i

Summary:

  • Dividend funded through share issues.
  • Continued share dilution since 2009.
  • As interest rates rise, valuation could be at risk.
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Aug 16, 2014 Stock Target Prices...ARE JUST BAD

By Peter

Want to be a better investor? Forget about target prices.

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Aug 12, 2014 Bloomberg Article on Avigilon

By 5i

Avigilon is a stock that has many investors worried. Here is a Bloomberg article on the company. 

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Aug 11, 2014 REITs: Book Value and Net Asset Value Revealed

By 5i

For investors that want to hold real estate as part of their portfolio but don’t want to deal with phone calls from cranky tenants, REITs can be an excellent alternative. But the analysis of REITs can also be some tricky stuff, particularly when it comes with understanding the differences between Book Value and Net Asset Value. 

5i has contributed a post to MyOwnAdvisor that discusses the technical world of this without making your head spin.

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Aug 08, 2014 Five from 5i - Frontier Markets

By 5i

Here are five links we found interesting this week at 5i

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Aug 05, 2014 5i Filter - Dividend growers with room to run

By Ryan

August's stock filter looks for companies with a history of dividend growth and the ability to continue to grow their dividends.

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Aug 02, 2014 Five Reasons To Stay Bullish

By Peter

There are always two sides to a market. Here are five bullish signs.

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