Trans World Entertainment Corp. (TWMC)

2.64
0.06 2.24
NASDAQ : Retail Trade
Prev Close 2.58
Open 2.76
Day Low/High 2.42 / 2.76
52 Wk Low/High 2.42 / 23.60
Volume 51.83K
Avg Volume 81.80K
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 1.82M
Market Cap 5.05M
EPS -1,074.30
P/E Ratio N/A
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
Batting Less than .500 With 5 Deep-Value Plays

Batting Less than .500 With 5 Deep-Value Plays

The five companies all appeared to be cheap a year ago, but only two have risen in value since then.

A Flyby Over Value's Backwater

A Flyby Over Value's Backwater

These names frequently trade at low multiples to current assets and may (but may not) be worthy of purchase.

Good 'Net/Net' Stocks Are Hard to Find

Good 'Net/Net' Stocks Are Hard to Find

Just five non-biotech names trade below net current asset value.

Don't Bother Looking for Cheap Stocks

Don't Bother Looking for Cheap Stocks

With the S&P 500 at or near record highs, wait for prices to fall.

4 Stocks to Fish in the Deep Value Pond

4 Stocks to Fish in the Deep Value Pond

Searching for value plays produces few options, right now.

Here Is a Retailer Trading Below Net Current Asset Value

Here Is a Retailer Trading Below Net Current Asset Value

And yet, West Marine is currently profitable.

These 4 Stocks Add Deep Value Mix to a Portfolio

That part of the portfolio, however, should probably contain a lot of cash.

Good Things Come in Threes

Putting a new twist on a familiar three-factor value screen.

Keeping the Focus on Small-Cap Bargains

Value plus quality remains the most profitable strategy of all.

Stirring the Small-Cap Pot

 Some have enormous long-term appreciation potential

Don't Copy Buffett and Munger

Emulate what they did, but not what they are doing now.

Using Return on Capital to Find Bargains

Using Return on Capital to Find Bargains

Look for stocks that are lagging their 10-year average ROC.

Net Current Asset Value Investing Still Wins

Net Current Asset Value Investing Still Wins

Over the long term, this time-tested strategy far exceeds market rates of return.

Bargains Below Book Value

Bargains Below Book Value

Using the Piotroski F-Score to find some cheap stocks.

Against All Odds, a Net-Net Stock

Against All Odds, a Net-Net Stock

Despite the massive broad rally, this small-cap fits the bill.

Shift the Odds in Your Favor

Shift the Odds in Your Favor

Use insider buying below book value to identify bargain stocks.

Invest Like a Legend

Invest Like a Legend

Specifically, Walter Schloss.

Any of These Could Be Home Runs

Here are five aggressive, cheap plays -- with a margin of safety.

The Don't Get Killed in Your Sleep Portfolio

The Don't Get Killed in Your Sleep Portfolio

Or how to manage your wife's money and keep her happy.

A Simple Screen for Bargain Stocks

A Simple Screen for Bargain Stocks

I ignored the jobs report and studied Ben Graham's 1976 value investing advice.

Focus on the Margin of Safety

Focus on the Margin of Safety

Predicting market levels is a foolish and expensive game'.

An Old-Fashioned Approach

An Old-Fashioned Approach

Find safe and cheap stocks with just a highlighter and cup of coffee.

The Search for Safe and Cheap

The Search for Safe and Cheap

There aren't many, but that doesn't mean we should stop looking.

Kicking Rocks in Search of Stocks

Kicking Rocks in Search of Stocks

Safe and cheap stocks are rare right now, but here are a few that I have found.

Avoid Retail

Avoid Retail

These stocks are not cheap and the margin of safety is nonexistent.

Kicking Rocks for Cheap Stocks

Kicking Rocks for Cheap Stocks

Such bargains are in short supply right now.

Blend the Old With New on Stock Picking

Blend the Old With New on Stock Picking

Snail mail stock report provides a realty check.

Questions for Heavy Retail Holders

Questions for Heavy Retail Holders

Many retailers are priced as if all was fine with consumers.

Find Bulletproof Stocks

There are indications of solid decline ahead.

Look to Buffett's Teacher

Look to Buffett's Teacher

Anyone can follow the investing strategies the Oracle of Omaha learned from Benjamin Graham.