Author: Tim Melvin

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What the Best Tech Investors are Buying Right Now

Last week, I told you I would circle back and share the latest buying and selling activities of some of the best energy and technology investors. I covered SIR Capital, one of the best energy investors in recent years, but followed that with Donals Smith and Company, a deep-value firm with very little technology exposure. […]

 “A Charlie Munger for the Rest of Us”

 “A Charlie Munger for the Rest of Us”

I recently gave a presentation in Palm Beach to a number of high-powered investors. The topic was my small-cap value and momentum strategy. The power of this strategy raised more than a few eyebrows… And at the end, these investors were convinced this is the best way to make money in today’s market. One of […]

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The Next Big Energy Takeover Play

The Permian basin is one of the most active oil and gas regions. Over the last year, over 30 billion barrels of oil have come out of the ground in West Texas and New Mexico, and the experts expect that there are still another 30 billion barrels remaining. All the major oil and gas companies […]

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Another Underappreciated Country for Great Value Stocks

Right after last week’s article was posted extolling the virtues of investing in one of the most geopolitically unstable regions in the world, I received the latest updates on global valuations. Turkey is still on the list of ultra-cheap stock markets. Turkey has a lot of risks, but with the market indexes trading with a […]

Three Value Plays from a Country You’ll Never Guess

Three Value Plays from a Country You’ll Never Guess

Everyone loves to play the prediction game. I like to play what is cheap, especially when looking at the world markets. Cheap markets tend to bounce and recover, especially if there is rule of law and a government that does not despise free markets and capitalism. Most of the countries that are cheap are going […]