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Bruce Berkowitz’s Fairholme Focused Income Fund just issued their 2012 yearend shareholder letter.

They are making a highly concentrated bet on MBIA(38%) and Sears(17%) junk debt. They also hold 40% in cash and Tbills.

Quotes from the shareholders letter:

“We expect MBIA’s lawsuits against Bank of America and its division Countrywide over representations and warranties on mortgages insured by MBIA to settle. A positive result should lift MBIA bonds. A negative result appears to be priced in to today’s marketplace.”

“We believe that Sears will continue to pay all scheduled interest and principal on its debt obligations.”

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