|Day Low/High||16.84 / 17.57|
|52 Wk Low/High||15.88 / 26.98|
Buying KELYA at today's price offers high probability and unspectacular profit prospects -- but here's how to play it for potentially excellent total returns.
Let's look at how Kelly Services fell on Wednesday on no bad news of its own, and how it created an opportunity to get in at a discount.
The combination of improved fundamentals and a depressed share price suggest a good-sized 'catch-up' move is on tap for investors.
Let's take the case of debt-free Kelly Services as an example.
Kelly Services is trading near the bottom of its 52-week range.
Kelly Services offers a bit of income along with quite respectable capital gains potential.
All signs point to an upward bias for Kelly Services' shares.
Selling a winner can feel disloyal, but is key to smart investing.
The model has survived the test of time and consistently delivered market-beating returns.
CVU and KELYA trade below book value, but look sound enough to buy.
The trend toward increased usage of "non-employee employees" is likely to continue.
CDI, Kelly Services and Volt Information look like real bargains.
A dual momentum/value strategy shows a pronounced gentle timing mechanism.
Some executives recognize the opportunity to add to their stakes.
Some patience is required, but these have seen solid results.
Temporary-staffing firm's stock is down, but probably not out.
He believed in finding good stocks and not following the crowd.
Value plus quality remains the most profitable strategy of all.
The stock has a history of sharp downtrends followed by nice reversals.
It's looking a bit rich, and you may want to sell at this high.
By focusing on what can go wrong, the question of what may go right is usually answered.
In my continuing quest for modern Graham-approved stocks, I present the first pick off a margin-of-safety list.