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1007 Beaver Creek Drive

Duncanville, Texas     75137

Attention: Joseph Dancy

 

Phone: 972-780-1805

Email: jdancy@lsgifund.com

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Keynes—The Master Investor: article

 

Why Buffett’s Berkshire Underperforms: paper

 

Michigan Tech LSGI Scholarship Awarded: article

 

MTU LSGI Trading Room Dedication: article

 

LSGI 2011 Finance Scholarship: report

 

Energy Use & Historical Development: book review

 

Return Persistence: Good News for Commodity Firms: article

 

Energy Sector Trends & Career Opportunities: presentation (10/27/10)

 

MTU Financial Scholarships Awarded: article

 

China Becomes Largest Energy Consumer: article

 

10 Books on Technology & Genetics: article

 

The Historic MTU Cliff Mine Archeology Project: video & project blog

 

Investing Strategies of Buffett, Munger & Davis: article

 

Finance students obtain LSGI award: MTU

 

The Green Revolution & Tribute to Dr. Borlaug: article

 

23 books worth reading: reviews

 

Can an ‘active’ portfolio manager add value? study

 

 

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Dallas, TX 75275-0116

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September 5th FSN INTERVIEW ON THE ENERGY SECTOR:    Interview  

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Applied Portfolio Management Program

 

LSGI Trading Room — School of Business & Economics

LSGI Partners

 

Energy Prospectus Group:

Using quantitative screens we look for small, profitable, growing, and undervalued firms with an attractive business niche for the LSGI portfolio. We are long term investors, seeking maximum capital appreciation. In our quest for excess returns we attempt to utilize applied financial theory to substantially outperform all the major market indexes over time. The portfolio focuses on the most inefficient part of the equity market—the small capitalization sector.

Over the last decade our research and analysis have been referenced in articles in Barron’s, Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg News, MSN Money, the Dick Davis Digest, Silicon Investor, the Dallas Morning News and a dozen other U.S. newspapers and magazines. We are a regular guest on Jim Puplava’s FSN broadcasts focusing on the energy sector and have discussed commodity market trends on BBC Radio Scotland.

We serve as an advisor to the Michigan Tech Applied Portfolio Management Program, overseeing finance students responsible for managing $1 million of the University’s endowment. We also instruct oil & gas and environmental law programs at Southern Methodist University School of Law in Dallas, Texas.