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Paul Price

Dr. Price joined Merrill Lynch in 1987 and over the next 13 years worked with A.G. Edwards, Wheat First and Ferris, Baker Watts. Dr. Price enjoyed enough success to retire in October 2000, but he continues to write and give investment seminars.
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Recent Articles By The Author

Is GS Polishing Up To Be a Treasured Opportunity or Just Fool's Gold?

New management seems to be doing a better job than Lloyd Blankfein did, but I remain skeptical.

You Could Clean Up With These 'Dirty Dozen' Stocks

Swing for the fences with these down-and-out companies primed to rise.

After Fall, E*Trade Financial Ready to Rumble

After nearly going belly up a decade ago, ETFC's combination of higher profits and a much lower stock price makes it look very attractive.

Chuck Some Cash into Charles Schwab

Charles Schwab appears headed into another record year, yet the stock had fallen to just over $40 -- that pullback smells like opportunity.

Tape Off Bad Wall Street Advice

Study analysts' bad 3M advice for an example of what not to do as an investor when a company is at its highs.

Terex Looks Poised to Build Higher

Taking advantage of currently cheap prices and historic volatility, grab Terex shares and wait for the next good move toward $45-$55.

Looking for an Undervalued Stock in a Solid Company? Give Whirlpool a Spin

Whirlpool has a decent long-term record, but remains a cyclical performer with nice trading opportunities for contrarian investors with longer-time horizons.

Cboe: A Test Case in Discovering the Cost of Over-Enthusiasm

Let's use the history of Cboe Global Markets Inc. as an example of how to recognize overvaluation and trade out before major pullbacks, potentially side-stepping declines.

Alliance Data Systems Is an Extreme Value Stock

Try this options strategy to take advantage of the weakness in this name.

Manpower Is Showing Its Strength

After falling off a cliff in recent years, ManpowerGroup has begun to climb, serving as a good example of what happens when you base decision making on facts, not momentum.

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