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|52 Wk Low/High||0.26 / 5.16|
2 names in completely different areas of the market having the same post-earnings reaction is notable.
With the outlook for energy prices improving, I'm increasing my exposure to 2 sub-$10 names.
When one of these pays off, it can make up for a number of errant wagers.
More than half of outstanding shares of some of these companies are held short though it's not always clear why.
The legendary investor beat the market for nearly a half-century.
Let's review the rules of this portfolio. On Dec. 7, I listed 13 names for 2013 that had been thrown into the trash heap. It has been dubbed the Trash Truck portfolio. I realized I didn't give out prices, so here is a chart with all the names, along...
In this episode of Buy This, Sell That!, Randy Bateman, portfolio manager for the Huntington Situs Trust Fund, names his favorite stocks including Cabela's, Carbo Ceramics and Trimble.
I believe one or two names off this list could double. By Tim Collins Sometimes we think a few stocks would be better off dead. We toss them in the trash, even when some may still be perfectly good, and are just a bit down on their luck or in the wr...
Focus on the new-lows list and look for stocks that are likely to revert to the mean.
A list of these names can provide clues about what is going on in the economy and the market.
Let's see if this year's picks can perform better than last year's cohort.
Unless you see a shift in price for the fuel these trends will be reinforced.
Peter Tuz, President at Chase Investment Counsel, explains why mid-cap energy services companies are attractive investments.
This might be an ill-advised time to buy Fastenal, but there's no reason to sell if you're already long.
Look for positions that offer the best downside protection now and lock in returns later.