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Buffett and Beyond

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Our Favorite Stores
Dr. Farwell discusses our favorite retail stores. Coach, Dollar Tree and Saks. Plus, More on AutoNation, AutoZone and O'Reilly, and another look at the toy companies.
 

Holiday Stocks for your Holiday Stockings
On this week's episode of Buffett and Beyond, Dr. J. B. Farwell looks at those toy companies Hasbro and Mattel- Are they really making money? Then - Who is the winner for this holiday season, Mastercard or American Express? And will you get burnt by investing in tobacco company stocks? JB weighs your options.
 

Cup of Joe
On this week's episode of Buffett and Beyond, Dr. J. B. Farwell discusses an Investment Bank upgrade of Starbucks, Peet's Coffee and Panera Bread. Then - One man's trash is another man's gold. Should we invest in the trash companies? Only one is gold, the rest are trash.
 

Golden Arches, Golden Stock
On this week's episode of Buffett and Beyond, Dr. J. B. Farwell discusses new news on McDonald's expansion into China, and what that may mean for its stock values. Then - the Office Equipment Industry sports some very ugly stocks which should be in NOBODY'S portfolio
 

The Unfriendly Skies
On this week's episode of Buffett and Beyond, Dr. J. B. Farwell discusses the American Airlines bankruptcy. Also, is Hewlett Packard a buy now that Ebay's Meg Whitman is at the helm? We don't think so!
 

Soda Stocks
Pop pop fizz fizz. On this week's episode of Buffett and Beyond, Dr. J. B. Farwell discusses the sparkling Beverage Industry including Coca-Cola, Pepsi and Sam Adams. Also, was Buffett's purchase of 5.5% of IBM a good move for the master of investing?
 

The Good The Bad The Ugly
On this week's episode of Buffett and Beyond, Dr. J. B. Farwell discusses The Good - United Technologies, The Bad - Whirlpool, and the Ugly - Tyco. Plus, an updated look at the Buffett and Beyond Growth Portfolio, which doubles the S&P 500 over 3 years!
 

The Office
On this week's episode of Buffett and Beyond, Dr. J. B. Farwell keeps you out of two ugly stocks; Xerox and Office Depot. But he wants you to get on board in the Chemical Industry with CF Industries. Then, a look inside The Permanent Portfolio, as we add even more value to an already great portfolio.
 

Tuned In
On this week's episode of Buffett and Beyond, Dr. J. B. Farwell discusses the Cable TV and Pharmaceutical Industries. Direct TV and Express Scripts are in our portfolio, and they should be in your portfolio, too. Then, the Permanent Portfolio: Is this the Holy Grail answer to the volatile stock market?
 

That's Entertainment
On this week's episode of Buffett and Beyond, Dr. J. B. Farwell discusses the entertainment Industry: Disney is just an average stock. They must be doing something Goofy over there because it's become a Mickey Mouse operation. Then - Dr. Farwell discusses new technology in the logging industry while discussing International Paper, Plum Creek Timber and Weyerhaeuser. Learn why these are no longer growth companies.
 

Wasting Your Money
On this week's episode of Buffett and Beyond, Dr. J. B. Farwell talks about a Cramer recommendation, Waste Management. Boston Scientific falls in the "Ugly" category. When is it time to sell a stock? More stocks that you should not buy or even look at. These stocks should be in someone else's portfolio and not yours.
 

Taking Charge of Your Charge Card Stocks
On this week's episode of Buffett and Beyond, Dr. J. B. Farwell discusses the Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Master Card should be in your portfolio, American Express should be in somebody else's portfolio and Eastman Kodak shouldn't be in anybody's portfolio.
 

Banking on Box Stores
On this week's episode of Buffett and Beyond, Dr. J. B. Farwell answers questions about investing in Home Depot, Lowe's and Best Buy. These stocks should be in someone else's portfolio and not yours. Sports and camping gear? Let's look at L.L. Bean, Cabela's and Big 5 Sporting.
 

In the Clouds
Dr. J.B. Farwell analyzes the stocks involved in “The Cloud,” such as Salesforce.com, Akamai and Rackspace Hosting. Then - we cover stocks in the restaurant industry with analysis of Chipotle Mexican, McDonald's, Yum Brands and Darden Restaurants. Dr. Farwell explains which of these stocks should be in your portfolio and which stocks should be in someone else's portfolio.
 

Technology V Bricks and Mortar
When better technology comes along, a company needs to change the way it does business, or be left behind. Case in point: Borders Books. Can the last surviving Bookstore chain- Barnes & Noble - survive against Amazon? And for that matter, can any brick & mortar store compete against the internet?
 

Healthy Foods, Healthy Investments
With a growing number of consumers opting to take a more healthy approach to their eating, is it the right time to invest in companies serving that lifestyle, such as Whole Foods, Chipotle and Panera Bread? Then Autozone v Autonation – which is the better investment?