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I still also use Graham-inspired stock screens, including one based on his 'stocks for the defensive investor' methodology.
Tax-loss selling can create value opportunities for those with strong stomachs, as seen with this mini portfolio of stocks.
Five names to consider from my 'stocks for the defensive investor' screen.
GNC Holdings and Fitbit are among the beaten-down names, yet their forward multiples are enticing.
Graham screening reveals 2 names from past vintages and reason to be skeptical of retailers.
CALM is coming up on my defensive value-investor screen.
The late value-investing guru would give these firms a thumbs up.
The stock recently hit a 52-week low, but looks promising from here.
This computerized strategy is based in the investing of Peter Lynch.
These firms would look great to the godfather of value investing.
Good luck finding easily recognizable names in this portfolio.
The mutual fund's weighting toward triple-C debt coupled with its high redemption rate shares a lot of similarities with Third Avenue.
Financial advisory firm Waddell & Reed still available at favorable price.
Waddell is Kansas City; Oracle is San Francisco. Both are winners.
This asset manager's stock pullback looks like an opportunity.