|Day Low/High||43.42 / 47.70|
|52 Wk Low/High||14.97 / 46.84|
Atlas Air Worldwide is dirt cheap, and here's how to play it now.
Atlas Air Worldwide is an example of a company that should give big rewards for buying low.
When you're the most bummed out about how much you've lost, so is everybody else, and that's when they're willing to part with even the best stocks at really low prices.
When you hear hysteria over the inverted-yield curve recession fears, ask whether you are really going to sell all your stocks now, because of something that might happen far in the future?
When a stock I own gets killed on disappointing earnings, I check if it still makes sense, and if so it's often a bargain, as appeared to be the case on Thursday when Atlas Air plunged.
Let the case of Starbucks stock show you how taking bad advice can be a real grind.
Swing for the fences with these down-and-out companies primed to rise.
AAWW shares have gone nowhere since 2010 for buy-and-hold types, but traders have been able to pocket huge-percentage gains over relatively short periods of time.
Seeking a smart small-cap value stock? Try Amber Road, Northwest Pipe, Atlas Air or Tristate Capital.
Look for stocks that are lagging their 10-year average ROC.
A screen I ran for profitable, small-cap value companies last year has turned up 19 prospects for 2012.