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Hi TSC - you listed some great sources for #1. I personally try to balance my reading time between educational material (books -- most recent being You Can be a Stock Market Genius by Joel Greenblatt, other -- past Berskshire shareholder letters, etc.) and idea generation (WSJ, FT, Forbes, Fortune, Bloomberg, any business periodical really), though the latter seems to take up more of my time each year. I'd also highly recommend the Economist as one of the best resources on the global political, economic, and investment climates - the major challenge being it's alot to get through each week!

As for #2, I haven't looked at BA too much lately, but one of the key investment merits has to be they run an effective duopoly on airplane and related production with Airbus. Times are indeed getting tough but as far as I know they will stay firmly in the black and should grow even more profitable once conditions improve....

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