|Day Low/High||37.19 / 38.13|
|52 Wk Low/High||21.95 / 40.71|
Profitable companies with low multiples and some growth drivers can still be found if one looks around.
Graham Corp. and Culp Inc. are companies that are worth a look for value investors.
As a sometimes 'dumpster-diver', I'll look for situations where names appear to have been beaten up well beyond what they deserve.
It was not a great year for this value portfolio, with only 5 stocks in positive territory for the year.
The dinged stock is just too volatile as the company deals with a public relations nightmare.
This mix of 20 deep-value names was outperforming a couple Russell indices three months back but is trailing them now.
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.
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.
These GOP tax reform plans limit the deductibility of interest payments.
No room for human error. No room for screwing around.
Super Micro Computer, Essendant Inc. and Digi International all are down significantly for the year to date.
As tech bargains become harder to find, enterprise hardware and software firms are a good place to look.
Shares of Super Micro Computer have yet to recover after a profit warning caused it to drop 20% in April.
If going short, give upside momentum plenty of room and wait for some actual weakness.
Shares of Power Integrations (POWI) are flat so far this year, but the advance of so-called rapid charge for cell phone batteries will juice up the integrated circuit-seller.
Market players are unlikely to retreat until we push through 5,000.