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The week's best web reads: Two sinking stocks that Buffett owns

Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett prepares to throw a newspaper in a competition just before the company's annual meeting in Omaha on May 4, 2013. Buffett and the board of his conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway Inc. are "solidly in agreement" on who should be the company's next chief executive, he said at the meeting.

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Inside the Market's weekend roundup of some of last week's best investing reads on the Internet, which are highlighted every morning in our Before the Bell report.

Gurus

Two stocks that are costing Warren Buffett $500-million this year.

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Bill Gross says he doesn't even own a cell phone.

Funds

There's now an index fund focused on companies with female leadership.

Trends

What the bond market is telling us.

Look for silver to soon outperform gold.

It's looking more and more like the bull market in gold is over.

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There's a massive divergence between how the biggest 50 U.S. stocks are performing versus the rest.

Fund managers are extremely underweight the metals and mining sector.

The worst place to have put your money in 2014 is iron ore.

A stock-market prediction that's 'kind of scary.'

Global investors looking for real estate bargains are flocking to Spain.

Insight

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For all the promises that technical analysis brings, studying charts has actually detracted from the bottom line.

Is a high-dividend strategy the best, or even a good, value strategy?

Don't forget about risk in a stable market.

It's never time to flee a valid strategy.

A look at investing using the price-to-cash flow ratio and cash flow yield.

What does the bursting of a bond 'bubble' look like?

25 famous business books summarized in one sentence.

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