Bill Miller

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    Bill Davis Davis 1 Professor ENG 111 15 September 2010 Not Your Typical Fast Food Restaurant When you first look think of McDonald’s, you probably think of just a place to pick up a quick, cheep meal. In some cases, this is true. McDonalds is one of the most widely known and popular fast food restaurants around the world. It may not be a place for a romantic date, but there

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  • A Brief Chronology of Arthur Miller

    chronology has been compiled and crosschecked against a number of sources, however, a special acknowledgement should be made to the thorough "Literary Chronology" and appendices printed in The Theater Essays of Arthur Miller, eds. Robert A. Martin and Steven R. Centola.] 1915 Arthur Aster Miller was born on October 17th in New York City; family lives at 45 West 110th Street. 1920-28 Attends Public School #24 in Harlem. 1923 Sees first play--a melodrama at the Schubert Theater. 1928 Bar-mitzvah at the

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  • Bill Miller and Value Trust

    Bill Miller and Value Trust outperformed the Standard & Poor’s stock index from 1991 to 2005. I used the S & P 500 Index benchmark to make that assessment. Mutual Fund investment performance or Annual total return can be measured as the increase or decrease in net asset value plus the fund’s income distributions. Net asset value is computed as the fund’s total assets less liabilities, divided by the number of mutual fund shares outstanding. Another way to measure investment performance is to use

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  • Herman Miller

    Introduction Herman Miller, Inc. is primarily concentrated in the business and institutional market. Herman Miller is one of the leading players in the US office furniture industry with a 12% market share. Over the last several years, the entire industry has experienced significant declines in sales due to poor macroeconomic conditions. However, Herman Miller has managed to outperform most of its competitors in terms of profitability, illustrated through strong operating margins and return on

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  • Modigliani- Miller Hypothesis

    Modigliani and Miller approach to capital theory, devised in 1950s advocates capital structure irrelevancy theory. This suggests that the valuation of a firm is irrelevant to the capital structure of a company. Whether a firm is highly leveraged or has lower debt component, it has no bearing on its market value. Rather, the market value of a firm is dependent on the operating profits of the company. Capital structure of a company is the way a company finances its assets. A company can finance its

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  • Bill Miller

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  • Daisy Miller

    Through the characters and how distant they are to the audience, it is easy to see how both Henry James’s “Daisy Miller: A Study” and Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper” fit well within Cain’s ideas on realism in Literary Realism in America. When reading “Daisy Miller: A Study” the main character and protagonist is Winterbourne, but the most intriguing character is Daisy Miller. Unlike Winterbourne, you do not have access to her thoughts, and it is up to you and Winterbourne’s thoughts

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  • Bill Miller Analysis

    Bill Miller and Value Trust Case Analysis Case Facts: 1  By middle 2005, Leg Mason Value Trust managed by Bill had outperformed S&P 500 index for 14 years in a row. This was longest successful run by any fund manager.  The average return on the fund was 14.6% which surpassed the S&P by 3.67% per year.  The value trust only had 36 holdings, 10 of which accounted for 50% of the fund’s assets.  No manager had matched Miller’s consistent index beating record.  Miller’s results were in contradiction

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    ECPSC- 2013 CURRENT AFFAIRS HANDOUT NO 13 LOKPAL BILL 1. Background. (a) The Administrative Reforms Commission (ARC) while recommending the constitution of Lokpal was convinced that such an institution was justified not only for removing the sense of injustice from the minds of adversely affected citizens but also necessary to instill public confidence in the efficiency of the administrative machinery. Following this, the Lokpal Bill was for the first time presented during the fourth Lok Sabha

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  • Normile and Kurniawan V. Miller; Segal V. Miller

    Normile and Kurniawan v. Miller; Segal v. Miller 3313 N.C. 98; 326 S.E.2d 11; 1985 N.C. LEXIS 1521 Facts: Plaintiff-appellants (Normile) made an offer on the defendant (Miller) seller’s home. Defendant responded with a counter-offer. The plaintiff never accepted or rejected the counter-offer and believed the house was still on the market. The next day the defendant sold the house to the plaintiff-appellee (Segal). The plaintiff-appellants are suing for specific performance, as did the plantiff-appllee

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  • Arthur Miller

    “The Crucible”, “Death of a Salesman”, and “All My Sons”. “The Crucible” was historically influenced by those trying to cleanse American culture of anyone who persisted in seeing the Soviet Union as a source of good in the world. This disgusted Miller so much that he based “The Crucible” on the anti-communist hysteria that pervaded the 1950s America, and the witch-hunts of the late 17th century He hated the idea of tragedy in ordinary lives and had much concern for the physical wellbeing of the

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  • Bill Miller

    1. How well has Value Trust performed in recent years? In making that assessment, what benchmark(s) are you using? How do you measure investment performance? What does good performance mean to you? Bill Miller is a fund manager who has set a new pace in the financial markets. His firm has been on a winning streak for a record time of 14 years. In recent years, the markets were bearish yet Miller’s firm was able to not only surpass the S&P 500 mark but consistently have positive returns. He

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  • Arthur Miller

    ARTHUR MILLER Arthur Asher Miller (October 17, 1915 – February 10, 2005) was an American playwright and essayist. He was a prominent figure in American theatre, writing dramas that include plays such as All My Sons (1947), Death of a Salesman (1949), The Crucible (1953) and A View from the Bridge (1955) Arthur Miller's Childhood: His father was a productive shop-keeper and clothing manufacturer, until the Great Depression dried up virtually all business opportunities. Yet, despite being faced

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  • Accounting: David Miller

    1. David Miller is not unique in that he fits the profile of most white collar criminals. White collar criminals look like everyone else in the business world, some are well liked and they seem to be ideal employees. They work long hours and never take vacation but they are most likely working on the constant struggle to conceal their fraud. It is for these reasons that it made Mr. Miller hard to detect. His employers thought he was putting in the extra mile when he would work long hours and he was

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  • Jason Miller

    Jason (born John) Miller was the only child of John Miller, an electrician, and Mary Claire Miller, a special education teacher. When Jason was still an infant, the family moved from New York to Scranton, Pennsylvania. His education was exclusively Catholic. Following parochial school, he attended St. Patrick’s High School, where he came under the strong influence of Sister Celine, a nun of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, who taught Jason public speaking, debating, and rhetoric. Years later he told

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  • Arthur Miller

    Arthur Miller was born in Harlem, New York on October 17th, 1915. He was raised in a moderate household, but lost everything during the Wall Street Crash in 1929. After the crash, he and his family moved to Brooklyn. Arthur worked through his troubles so that he could attend college at the University of Michigan. In college he wrote for the student paper and was in the play called, No Villain. Miller was inspired by one of his professors named, Kenneth Rowe. He was inspired by his approach of playwriting

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  • Miller

        3rd Quarter           4th Quarter   Average 799132 | 639407 | 683037 | 746491 | 717016 | 3.) Baumol Model assumes that the cash inflow is constant. Both equations find the optimal cash balance, but the Miller-Orr model goes a step further and finds the average cash balance. Miller-Orr gives a more accurate depiction of the optimal cash balance because it takes into account the upper and lower limits for the cash balance. A substitute for the baumol model could be the EOQ model because it

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  • Modigliani and Miller Theory

    Modigliani and Miller proposition one (Modigliani & Miller 1958) assume that the composition of the firm's capital Structure is unimportant on the market value of all firms' securities, and consequently the firm's performance and shareholders' value. “The market value of any firm is independent of its capital structure and is given by capitalizing its expected return at the rate appropriate to its class. “This model depends on two keys, arbitrage and homemade alternative (borrowing on personal

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  • Tone - Arthur Miller

    of Willy Loman and the American common man. Willy Loman as the protagonist and the antagonist of his own story creates the sense of language that develops the idea of being “liked and you never will want” stating the façade of the Willy’s society (Miller 21). While communicated to the audience through a form of realism, his language functions as the crevice between the real and non-real. As development of language continues sometimes Willy Loman’s clichés “rise to the level of pure poetry” (Roudane

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  • Miller Brewing Co

    Miller Brewing Co. In 2003, the Miller Brewing Company was in trouble. At the root of the company’s issues was a stagnant organizational culture. Organizational Culture is defined as “the set of shared, taken-for-granted implicit assumptions that a group holds and that determines how it perceives, thinks about, and reacts to its various environments (Kreitner 62)”. Miller was not a priority to its former owner Philip Morris, and a number of marketing failures made matters worse. In 1994, the

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  • Bill Clinton About Presidency

    Bill Clinton - Redefines Democratic-Republican In the early 1800's, the United States was but a promising seedling in search of viable political direction. The initial parties were known as the federalists and the Democratic-Republicans, the first of which soon diminished and the later eventually bisected. The result is the two party Democrat and GOP system which the majority of politicians of current day subscribe. However, many political and economic analysts find themselves perplexed by

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  • Bill Clinton's Emotional Intelligence

    Running Head: MASTER OF EMOTIONS (EI), BILL CLINTON MASTER OF EMOTIONS (EI) BILL CLINTON Jim Whaler Florida State University Management 605, Section 1 Dr. Jane Bagley November 3, 2011 Abstract Bill Clinton was a President that did not allow anyone to tell him something could not be done. If this President found that something could not be completed, he would go as far as possible and then start on the next agenda on the list. He was a well organized President with people in his

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  • Bill and Miller Value Trust

    Bill   Value Trust is a mutual fund that has performed well against various indexes in the years leading up to 2005. Value Trust takes S&P 500 as its benchmark index, which it has outperformed for the last 14 years. Prior to 2005, Value Trust had an average annual total return of 14.6%, which was 3.67% higher than S&P 500’s average annual returns. From exhibits 1 and 5 we can see that the return was much higher for Value Trust (15.04%) compared to the S&P 500 (9.48%) over a ten year period. The

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  • Bill

    successful leaders combine the leadership in different domains such as technologies and business. In this respect, it is possible to name Bill Gates as one of the most successful leaders of the present epoch. In fact, Bill Gates managed to successfully combine his talent as a successful IT specialist with the qualities of a successful business leader. Nowadays, Bill Gates is considered to be one of the most successful people in the world. At the same time, if his success may be measured in financial

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  • Miller

    rate of interest because of the tax savings. Studies suggest, however, that most companies have less leverage than this theory would suggest is optimal. (Learn more about corporate tax liability in How Big Corporations Avoid Big Tax Bills and Highest Corporate Tax Bills By Sector.) In comparing the two theories, the main difference between them is the potential benefit from debt in a capital structure, which comes from the tax benefit of the interest payments. Since the MM capital-structure irrelevance

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  • Bill

    Vehicle Bill of Sale For the Exact Sales Amount indicated below, I the Seller, do hereby sell and transfer ownership of the Vehicle described below to the Buyer, acknowledge full receipt of payment, certify that I have the authority to sell it, warrant the Vehicle to be free of any liens or encumbrances, and certify that all information given is true and correct to the best of my knowledge. Vehicle Information |VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (VIN#) |ENGINE NUMBER

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  • Daisy Miller

    19th Century Daisy Miller is the female main character in the short story by Henry James. Mr. Winterbourne describes her as a pretty American flirt, suggesting she is somewhat liberal and improper, as per the young man’s impression. Mr. Winterbourne is also a relatively young American man, about twenty-seven years old. He has spent a lot of time in Europe, becoming accustomed to a different world view from that of the American family and more specifically that of Daisy Miller. When the story begins

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  • Herman Miller Case

    Herman Miller, Inc. Traditional Case Study June 18th 2012 David Maillie Andrew Hatfield-O’Hern Andrew Withers Isil Ecevit Nawaf Nizamudeen Current Status History Herman Miller began in Zeeland Michigan as a manufacturer of high quality furniture and bedroom suites entitled the Star Furniture Co. In 1909 the company’s name was switched to the Michigan Star Furniture Company. At the same time, Dirk Jan De Pree was hired as a clerk. Just 10 years later, Mr. De Pree became president

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  • Bill Miller

    Bill Miller and Value Trust Value Trust has surpassed the S&P 500 by an average of 3.67% for the previous fifteen years. Value Trust also maintained Morningstar’s five star rating. Mutual fund investment performance can be measured by finding out its net asset value and Annual Total Return. Net Asset Value can be computed as the fund’s total assets minus the liabilities divided by funds shares outstanding. Annual total return can be measured by the increase or the decrease in net asset value

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  • Miller

    Explore the ways in which miller creates suspicion from the moment Hale enters to the end of act one. Miller uses a number of devices such as stage directions, repetition and word choice that indicate suspicion of others and witchcraft among the Salem people. Arthur Miller uses stage directions in to create a sense of suspicion and mystery [Be Precise – state page number/Act]. With Reverend Paris, Miller did this to emphasise the character’s main dilemma in the play which is the threat

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  • Millers Tale

    British Literature H As the miller is drunkenly trying to compete with the knight’s tale, he volunteers to tell a tale regardless of what others request of him. Once the miller explains what his tale is about, the Reeve quickly protests and claims that the tale is somewhat unethical and morally wrong. The Miller begins his tale by mentioning a young, poor Oxford student named Nicholas and how he lives with an older man, named John. Nicholas pays John to live with him and his young, and stunning

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  • Sab Miller

    Mozambique. SABMiller’s traditional model was based on repeating well-known processes worldwide and was heavily reliant on global supply chains. This approach proved to be the most suitable option for entering and operating in rich countries, where SAB Miller could benefit from short and cost-efficient supply chains. Furthermore, the high demand of commercially brewed beer, which was globally based on malted barley and hops, allowed them to pursue a mass-production strategy. In Mozambique on the other

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  • Arthur Miller

    from the 1949 play Death of a Salesman. In his early years Miller wrote plays, but none of them were produced. Death of a Salesman was not his first success, but was still widely admired. He grew to become one of the century’s greatest American dramatists. However this title was not easily achieved. After growing up in Harlem and working the Brooklyn Navy Yard to becoming a Pulitzer Prize winner, Arthur Miller is held with high respect. Miller had a lifelong dream. That dream was to become a famous

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  • Miller

    Perspectives on Investment Management LEARNING FROM THE LEADERS Conversation with a Money Master BILL MILLER, CFA with FRED H. SPEECE, JR., CFA Bill Miller, CFA, is chairman and chief investment officer at Legg Mason Capital Management, Inc., and was named ‘‘The Greatest Money Manager of the 1990s’’ by Money magazine. In this question and answer session, Fred H. Speece, Jr., CFA, interviews Bill Miller about his insights into portfolio management in general and value investing in particular. Continuing

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  • Miller International

    Miller International, Inc. Strategy Recommendation Introduction History * I’ve chosen to focus my strategy recommendation on Miller International, Inc. I’m particular interested in this company due to the fact that, I, myself am a consumer of their products, particularly their Cruel Girl brand. This brand is crafted for woman and girls. And being a country girl, there is nothing better than a good pair of jeans. Miller International, Inc. is a Denver, Co based manufacturer and marketer

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  • Modigliani and Miller

    potential advantages, but there is a lack of an adequate theory of the effect of financial structure on market valuations. The goal of the paper is to develop such theory and its implications for the cost of capital problem. The Modigliani and Miller theorem can be used to answer the cost of capital question and permits us to develop a theory of investment of the firm under conditions of uncertainty. It is a partial-equilibrium approach focusing on the firm and industry, because it is at this

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  • Daisy Miller

    To begin with, “Daisy Miller” is a short novella where the main character Daisy miller whose real name is Annie P. Miller refuses to follow the strict and severe Europeanpropriety laws that directbehavior, especially relations between young andunmarried ladies with gentleman like Mr. Wnterbourne or Mr. Giovanelli .She becomes the topic of discussion and raises many eyebrows among the noble society of the countries she lives in. The novella is in the genre of comedy and tragedy of manners.Among all

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  • Miller Modgliani

    American Economic Association The Cost of Capital, Corporation Finance and the Theory of Investment Author(s): Franco Modigliani and Merton H. Miller Source: The American Economic Review, Vol. 48, No. 3 (Jun., 1958), pp. 261-297 Published by: American Economic Association Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1809766 Accessed: 03-09-2015 15:21 UTC Your use of the JSTOR archive indicates your acceptance of the Terms & Conditions of Use, available at http://www.jstor.org/page/ info/about/policies/terms

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  • Scared to Death: the Role of Fear in Miller Williams’ “Thinking About Bill, Dead of Aids.”

    found fear.” Miller Williams’ poem “Thinking about Bill, Dead of AIDS” expresses specific ways in which fear impacts a person when faced with a painful situation, regarding HIV/AIDS in particular, when articulating the experience of the speaker losing a loved one to AIDS. When it comes to human suffering and overcoming affliction, fear prevents one from surviving, understanding, and accepting the tragedy in which they are suffering from. To start, Miller Williams’ poem, “Thinking about Bill, Dead of

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  • Miller

    supported by U.S. Public Health Service Grant MH-19604, National Science Foundation Grant SOC-74 12063, and a Guggenheim fellowship to Martin Seligman. We thank Lauren Alloy, Judy Garber, Suzanne Miller, Frank Irwin, S. J. Rachman, and Paul Eelen for their critical comments on earlier drafts of this paper. Ivan Miller (Note 1) has proposed an almost identical reformulation. We believe this work to have been done independently of ours, and it should be so treated. Requests for reprints should be sent to Martin

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  • Bill Miller

    For example, Bill Miller’s Legg Mason Value Trust (ticker: LMVTX), a mutual fund that has beaten its benchmark (the S&P 500 index) in each of the last 14 calendar years, routinely holds stocks that have seen their prices drop substantially recently. In making that choice, Miller essentially selects stocks that appear to be in trouble, but are ones for which the market seems to have overreacted—he invests “where there is fear.”1 growth and value Rather, we simply point out that doing so exposes

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  • Herman Miller

    4. Herman Miller Inc., (HMI) was founded in 1905 as star furniture company and is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of office furniture. It has a net income in excess of $74 million on sales of $1.495 million and domestically the company has held sales growth consistently higher than the industry norms. The downturn for the company occurred from late 1980s to1992 during downsizing era in which the management of the company changed three times but now it has a stable management once again.

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  • Bill Miller

    to the structure of the U.S. capital markets. Learners are also expected to assess the performance of the fund, consider the sources of that success, and to decide on the sustainability of Miller’s performance. REQUIREMENT Based on the Bill Miller and value trust case study, answer the following questions: (1) How well has Value Trust performed in recent years? In making that assessment, what benchmark(s) are you using? How do you measure investment performance? What does good performance

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  • Modigliani & Miller Summary

    The cost of capital, corporation finance and the theory of investment Modigliani & Miller – 1958 Introduction In a world of certainty investment decision should be in line with either profit maximization or market value maximization. - According to profit maximization, a physical asset is worth acquiring if it increases the net profit of the owners of the firm. But net profit increases only if the expected rate of return on the asset exceeds the rate of interest - According to

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  • Miller Family

    to the doctor and she was told that her cancer has returned. Ella was treating herself through a variety of natural means and her husband John who is of the American Indian origin has been using tradition methods to banish the bad spirits. Mrs. Miller would like to die at home than to die in a hospital. In this paper I will be discussing what will be best for Ella. Ella and her husband John are not into “modern medicine” and they would like to use their methods of natural healing to help her

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  • Daisy Miller

    Rahnuma Shabiba 2013-1-40-044 Eng 420 (1) - MAZ Response to the Character of Daisy Miller Daisy Miller is a novella written by Henry James where the story focuses on a young girl Daisy, who is full of life and innocent at the same time. This one particular aspect of the novella that focuses on this young girl has left the novella to analyze from a feminist point of view. Therefore we can say that Daisy Miller focuses on the nature of women, and Henry James portrayed the character of Daisy in order

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  • Hermann Miller You Decide

    Study: Herman Miller Inc Professor Denis Juren JeanMary Hermann Colas October 10, 2011 Herman Miller Inc started back in 1905, as a furniture company. The Star Furniture Company was a manufacturer of traditional-style bedroom suites in Zeeland, Michigan. It changed its name to Michigan Star Furniture Company, in 1909. Dirk Jan De Pree was hired as a clerk during that transition. D.J. De Pree became the president of the company 10 years later. He then renamed the company Herman Miller in honor

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  • Bill Miller

    Summary of the case: Billy Miller, who manages the Value Trust Fund, consistently leads his company to beat the mutual fund market for 14 years. This remarkable outcome is viewed as impossible mission by those economists and financial analysts. Is this a pure luck or Bill Miller has some unique strategies to run the company? Miller said: “Maybe it’s not 100% luck. Maybe 95% luck.” If it is just lucky to achieve the result in today, should we invest our money into this fund? Or we should do a detailed

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  • Bill Miller, Value Trust

    The purpose of this paper is to give a peer review of the presentation team’s performance. The topic covered by the team was the role of financial market efficiency in corporate finance and its relevance to fund manager Bill Miller, Value Trust, and potential investors. We will look at the following areas in assessing the performance of the presentation team: ■ The value of supplemental readings ■ Quality and content of the concept lecture ■ Quality of the case analysis ■ Strength of the case

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  • Bill

    against the RH bill are pouring in. Apparently they have not been considered by the Lower House Committee before the bill was endorsed to the entire body for approval in the plenary session. Hence for the enlightenment of our legislators and the entire citizenry, presented here are some more of these views, one of them coming from a lawyer Atty. Rex A. Salvilla who clearly and ably refutes some stand of the bill’s advocates: “First, the advocates say that the opponents of RH bill are anti-poor for

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