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Titan Machinery is the top performer so far in 2019, up 38% since portfolio launch.
The 22 names in the portfolio as a group are outpacing the value components of the Russell 2000 and Russell Microcap indices.
Despite disappointing performance this year, the strategy has shown solid return in the past.
It was not a great year for this value portfolio, with only 5 stocks in positive territory for the year.
Triple nets are companies trading between 2 and 3 times net current asset value; here are several of these value names.
This mix of 20 deep-value names was outperforming a couple Russell indices three months back but is trailing them now.
This portfolio of 10 eclectic names has pushed higher since the start of 2018 and is up 40.5% since inception just 14 months ago.
Fossil Group has done most of the heavy lifting among the small stocks in the portfolio, though there are other winners, too.
FOSL is up 92% since I launched this group, while HIBB is ahead 27%.
It is always important see how such value screens perform in times of market stress.
The Double-Net Dividend portfolio has been a success so far and it's largely due to a beaten-down sector.
One month in, 15 out of 20 names are in positive territory, with Fossil Group soaring 39%.
The 20 companies in this portfolio could be of interest to deep-value investors.
Overall it was a good year for this somewhat off the wall screen that I developed several years ago as a way to find seemingly cheap companies.
Electro Scientific Industries leads a parade of value stocks that have performed quite nicely in a growth-oriented market.
Companies trading at low multiples to net current asset value can be compelling to acquirers -- here are some names to consider.
Despite the disparity this year between growth and value, my 2017 Double Net Value Portfolio is not struggling.
Double-Net Dividend stocks, which some would call misfits, doing OK so far.
Just two months after its creation, the portfolio handily is beating the Russell 2000 Index and Russell Microcap Index.
It has been 18 months since the portfolio was unveiled, and the results have been impressive on the whole, with one big exception.
'Double-nets' have been fertile ground for acquisitions.
The list is dominated by retailers, of which there are four; that's unfortunate, given the pressure that sector is facing these days.
Benchmark Electronics, FreightCar America, Kulicke & Soffa and AVX Corporation are on my radar as potential targets.
An eclectic mix of 20 companies made my cut of stocks trading at 1x to 2x net current asset value.
Still, I am neither disappointed nor thrilled with the performance.
Nearly six months since inception, the portfolio comprised of under-the-radar names is up about 25%.
These 'double-nets' have a host of attractive characteristics.
These low-priced dividend payers are beating the Russell 2000.