|Day Low/High||57.43 / 58.47|
|52 Wk Low/High||38.82 / 59.97|
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.
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.
Electro Scientific Industries leads a parade of value stocks that have performed quite nicely in a growth-oriented market.
Despite the disparity this year between growth and value, my 2017 Double Net Value Portfolio is not struggling.
Double-Net Dividend stocks, which some would call misfits, doing OK so far.
Just two months after its creation, the portfolio handily is beating the Russell 2000 Index and Russell Microcap Index.
The list is dominated by retailers, of which there are four; that's unfortunate, given the pressure that sector is facing these days.
My tracking portfolio is flat for the year to date, though there have been wildly divergent performances by the constituent stocks.
An eclectic mix of 20 companies made my cut of stocks trading at 1x to 2x net current asset value.
The winners far outnumber the losers among the stocks in this portfolio that was created at the start of the year.
These 26 stocks offer reliable (and growing) quarterly payouts.
These 11 companies are trading at up to twice their net current asset value and pay dividends.
This is not the time to panic; this is the time to follow a successful strategy.
The results show the highest rates of return of any I have tested.
A stock screen based on the work of Ben Graham produces these five names.
In 2010, this classic methodology identified four stock picks, and their returns have been impressive.
OLN and UVV have made enormous gains in positive volume, but only one looks ready to go higher.
Small-caps that raise their dividends year after year signify company health and confident management.
No stocks meet the screen criteria, but these three are worth considering.