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Notes From The Field   By Simon Black
November 6, 2018 Manila, Philippines
Once again Warren Buffett has given us a major warning that everything is expensive
Buffett’s holding company, Berkshire Hathaway, just announced a blockbuster quarter, earning nearly $7 billion.
And Buffett’s still sitting on over $100 billion of cash. That means he’s got enough money to buy almost any company he wants, anywhere in the world.
But the only move Buffett made in the last quarter was buying $928 million of Berkshire Hathaway stock.
Some people might say this is a sign that Buffett thinks Berkshire’s stock is incredibly undervalued. 

The 5 Most Important Things in Life You’ll Probably Regret Not Pursuing
By Mark Pettit November 6, 2018
The definition of Regret in the Oxford English Dictionary is:[1]
“Feel sad, repentant, or disappointed over (something that one has done or failed to do)”
When was the last time you sat down and asked yourself:
“What hopes, dreams and plans do I have?”
“What does my ideal future look like?”
“What is my purpose in life?”
“What do I really want from life, love and my career?”


DELTA:  Will Governance Attract More Investment to Iraq? 

Working on the governance of joint stock companies and the separation of capital from executive management, the Iraqi Securities Commission, during its conference held in cooperation with the International Monetary Fund and the IFC, believes that they will achieve positive results in attracting investors. 

"We believe in the importance of governance as a regulatory framework that works on the institutional work within the joint stock companies, leading to investment and business development," said Alaa Abdul Hussein Al Saadi, head of the Iraqi Securities Commission.