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Thinking about this year's losers that may selloff further into year-end.
The latest announcement from the U.S. Trade Representative's office is chilling reading for free trade supporters.
There's not much value to be had these days, but you can still find some potential candidates among the downtrodden, forgotten, and stumbling names.
I still also use Graham-inspired stock screens, including one based on his 'stocks for the defensive investor' methodology.
Few companies in today's market would pass through the stringent stock screens of Graham, the father of value investing.
This is not necessarily something to fear, but must be understood.
Five names to consider from my 'stocks for the defensive investor' screen.
Graham screening reveals 2 names from past vintages and reason to be skeptical of retailers.
Cheap names that pass quality and financial-safety filters are hard to find in this market.
CALM is coming up on my defensive value-investor screen.
The late value-investing guru would give these firms a thumbs up.
Using enterprise multiples to evaluate stock offers up some surprising value plays.
That winter has done a number on our roads. This is good news for several construction names.
U.S. Markets slid for the third straight day as traders await the May retail sales report.
Cooper Tire & Rubber is being acquired by India's Apollo Tyres Ltd. in a move that will create the seventh-largest tire company in the world.
Here are four auto stocks I recommend for playing the continuing demand for replacement parts, and pent-up demand for new cars.
Here are the first four areas out of 10 that should continue to flourish this year.
Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, discusses her strategy for investing in an environment of economic uncertainty.