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It has been a phenomenal stock picker's market since last summer within distressed value.
The connected audio pioneer has a quality product line. But it has been losing money, and tech giants are starting to take aim.
When investing it pays to keep an open mind, whether that is regarding Blue Apron , Snap or even Fitbit . Its been a bit since I checked in on FIT, but Jonathan Heller posted a solid note on the company today, and while he shares the same view I do ...
I still believe that the company will ultimately be acquired by a bigger fish.
Though many tech stocks still trade at reasonable valuations, some recent run-ups look questionable.
These names are showing bullish or bearish reversals patterns over the last week.
If you own these, seriously consider locking in gains before they become the next casualties of war.
As usual, it's been a mixed bag in the convoluted world of value.
Six formerly hot stocks that crashed and burned -- and three still too hot to touch.
This 'motley crew' of value is not for the faint of heart.
The "luck o' the Irish" means "extreme good fortune" and there are a bunch o' companies that could use a little of that. And to help our list of losers, we brought in the bagpipes. Yes, bagpipes.
One of the primary reasons that the stock did not take a bigger hit yesterday is due to FIT's balance sheet.
Futures are pointing lower ahead of Jerome Powell's testimony. What are you watching today?
Check out these three names.
A record run of days without sharp drops doesn't mean one is actually coming soon.
The smartwatch maker is almost universally disliked by Wall Street, and I can't say that's very surprising.
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.
Hibbett Sports, Zoe's Kitchen, Biglari Holdings and Fitbit have pulled their weight among my five value plays.
The broadcast scored an 11.6 metered rating, tops on the night, but short of last week's total.
Tax-loss selling can create value opportunities for those with strong stomachs, as seen with this mini portfolio of stocks.
Electro Scientific Industries leads a parade of value stocks that have performed quite nicely in a growth-oriented market.
Sifting through Sears, Fitbit, J.C. Penney and others to separate 'radioactive' from potential opportunity.
FIT's hopes hinge on new smartwatch; MAT needs a strong fourth quarter.
Shares of both companies took hits on Thursday after they posted their latest quarterly numbers.
The five stocks are up an average of nearly 10% over the last month, but barely are outperforming small-caps in general.
It was a shaky day on Wall Street, but stocks did manage to end at a record for the second day in a row with just small gains. Indexes turned positive in the final moments of the day.
Companies trading at low multiples to net current asset value can be compelling to acquirers -- here are some names to consider.