Every investor wants to own companies with strong financials, but it can be difficult to know which companies have strong financials - and which are just projecting strong financials - within the market place. Back in 2002, Warren Buffet provided three warning signs that indicate an accounting department is, at best, bending the truth, and at worst, misrepresenting their books. In typical Buffet fashion, the advice is both easy to understand and insightful. We found Stepan Lavrouk's article on these warning signs a great reminder of how even the most complex cover-ups can have some simple tells. Read the article using the link below and connect with your team at Barry if you'd like to discuss the topics covered.