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Changes in the Magic Formula Screen for Week of 4/27/2014

(via www.magicdiligence.com)

Stocks moving in, stocks moving out, and other changes in Joel Greenblatt's Magic Formula® Investing screens over the past week.

Why you should attend annual meetings and talk to management

(via www.oddballstocks.com)

Investing can be as social, or as anti-social as one wants.  There are many investors who never speak to another soul and produce great results.  And then there are some investors who are talking to others so much it's a wonder they find time to research anything.  That's the beauty...

Share Sleuth Digest: Confessions of an accidental stock promoter

(via www.iii.co.uk)

This week: Meeting the chief executive, portfolio and watchlist news and analysis, and advice on risk management for speculators.
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Air Partner for the long-term

(via www.iii.co.uk)

Air Partner's pro-forma results tell a sanguine story. The longer-term reality is the company still faces a challenging market, but quality should shine through.
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A New Zealand oddball; Tenon Ltd

(via www.oddballstocks.com)

New Zealand is a bit of a hidden stock market far off the radar of most investors, let alone most travelers.  The tiny island nation's domestic market is limited forcing them to focus on export manufacturing.  What the country lacks in domestic industry they make up for in natural beauty....

Sprue holding halved

(via www.iii.co.uk)

I've halved the Share Sleuth portfolio's holding in Sprue Aegis, ejecting 686 shares at £1.96, the actual price quoted by a broker. The company's prospects are good, but I expect to put the money to better use.
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On fire Sprue shouldn't burn out

(via www.iii.co.uk)

Smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detector designer Sprue Aegis's results confirm the company is turning its technological advantage into competitive advantage.
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New Stocks in the Magic Formula Screens for 4/20/2014

(via www.magicdiligence.com)

New stocks, and other changes to Joel Greenblatt's Magic Formula® Investing screens over the past week.

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What's the worst case scenario?

(via www.oddballstocks.com)

Survival and end of the world scenarios seem to be en vogue.  From the preppers to the impending financial collapse of Japan/China/Europe/US there's a very vocal subset ready for a collapse of something.  Investors are preparing for another market crash, and it seems like journalists are...

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Distribution of Stocks by PE

(via www.fatpitchfinancials.com)

Fat Pitch Financials looks at the current distribution of stocks by the price earnings ratio to examine whether the stock market is getting a bit overpriced.

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Dividend Growth Stocks: Genuine Parts Company (GPC) Dividend Stock Analysis

(via www.dividend-growth-stocks.com)

Genuine Parts Co is a leading wholesale distributor of automotive replacement parts, industrial parts and supplies, and office products. Linked here is a detailed analysis and commentary...

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Share Sleuth Digest: Triggers for buying and selling

(via www.iii.co.uk)

This week: What triggers Share Sleuth. Also, portfolio news, analysis, and Academics v. analysts: MAFFIA take on the quantitative charlatans and three academics expose incompetent analysis.
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Trifast's debt reduction lesson

(via www.iii.co.uk)

Tuesday's announcement that fastener manufacturer Trifast expects it has entered its new financial year with nil debt is a vindication of management's strategy and a lesson for value investors.
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4 Attractive Small-Cap Growth + Value Stocks You Have Never Heard Of

(via www.magicdiligence.com)

Beat the "experts" by buying small-cap, undervalued, growing companies before the market takes notice. Here are 4 candidates from our screens.

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Maths professors expose quantitative quackery

(via www.iii.co.uk)

A study says lay investors are sold quantitative strategies on the basis of random signals that happen to perform well in selective backtesting.
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