|Day Low/High||0.25 / 0.33|
|52 Wk Low/High||0.19 / 1.92|
It's hard to get excited about Tuesday Morning despite its efforts to improve its results.
As Foot Locker and Vera Bradley have shown, a solid balance sheet offers no assurance of keeping a stock price from sagging.
The eclectic retailer is struggling like so many other bricks-and-mortar merchants, and the margin of safety for an investment isn't there for me.
Just five non-biotech names trade below net current asset value.
Here is this week's roundup of the dumbest actions on Wall Street.
Tuesday Morning trades at a value level, and activist involvement could provide a catalyst.
It's been almost a year and a half since the creation of JIMS CRAB FEST. Let's check in.
My last screen identified only 14 names with market caps greater than $50 million.
All it really takes for these cash-rich businesses is for someone or something to go right and the shares could pop.
When searching for stocks that trade below net current asset value, beware of value traps.
My JIMS CRAB FEST portfolio disappointed in its first year, but there's room for improvement in 2012.
Companies trading below net current asset value, or net/nets, had a strange and boring year.
A search for profitable names that are trading below tangible book value per share turned up myriad names.
Be on the hunt for net/nets, especially since this market is revealing more possibilities.
Futures are pointed higher as the world watches Libya and waits for Jackson Hole.