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Cohort enters value territory

(via www.iii.co.uk)

A slide in defence and technology consultancy Cohort's share price delivers the shares into value territory. Although past ill-discipline and defence cuts are concerns, it grinds out the results.
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Determining intrinsic value for a bank; why discounts to book shouldn't persist

(via www.oddballstocks.com)

My last post generated quite a response.  Between investors thanking me for the idea and others accusing me of pumping and dumping the stock the most interesting response was an article posted on Seeking Alpha.  The author goes to great lengths to explain why at 40% of TBV M&F Bancorp...

Dividend Growth Stocks: Monsanto Co. (MON) Dividend Stock Analysis

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

Monsanto Co. is a global provider of agricultural products and integrated solutions for farmers. Linked here is a detailed analysis and commentary...

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Share Sleuth Digest: Stalwarts and susceptibles

(via www.iii.co.uk)

For investors in shares, there are two ongoing fundamental investment situations: stalwarts and susceptibles. Differentiating between the two shapes our expectations.

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4 Cash Gushing, Undervalued Small Cap Stocks With Zero Debt

(via www.magicdiligence.com)

Who doesn't like undervalued small cap stocks that generate gobs of cash, trade cheaply, and have no debt? Here are 4 from the MagicDiligence screener.

Anpario: Food for thought

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Natural animal feed additive manufacturer Anpario is a growing company in a growing industry, but it doesn't belong on the Share Sleuth watchlist.
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M&F Bancorp at 30% of TBV what's not to like?

(via www.oddballstocks.com)

I know myself; in my pursuit of perfect I miss what's good.  This happened to me when I looked at Japanese net-nets.  I wanted to find the best net-nets.  The net-nets that were the greatest companies, yet also the absolute cheapest.  What happened?  As I pushed numbers...

The Company I Like Best

(via www.ukvalueinvestor.com)

A closer look at a deep value opportunity in the UK.

Dividend Growth Stocks: Kimberly-Clark Co. (KMB) Dividend Stock Analysis

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

Kimberly Clark Corp. is a global consumer products company producing tissue, personal care and health care products. Its brands include Huggies, Pull-Ups, Kotex, Depend, Kleenex and Scott. Linked here ia a detailed analysis and commentary...

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Magic Formula Investing Weekly Roundup 4/6/2014

(via www.magicdiligence.com)

Weekly roundup of stocks moving in and out of Joel Greenblatt's Magic Formula® Investing screens.

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After a 32% Drop, is it Time to Buy Liquidity Services (LQDT)?

(via www.magicdiligence.com)

If we liked Liquidity Services up to $28 before, the recent 32% drop should make it an easy buy, right? Not so fast.

Hyder talks a good recovery

(via www.iii.co.uk)

A positive update from Hyder Consulting prompts an enthusiastic response from the market, but not me.
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McBride warning shows it's tough in the aisles

(via www.iii.co.uk)

A supermarket price war is a race to the bottom that could lead to many casualties.
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Dividend Growth Stocks: United Technologies Corp. (UTX) Dividend Stock Analysis

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United Technologies Corp. is an aerospace-industrial conglomerate with a portfolio that includes Pratt & Whitney jet engines, Sikorsky helicopters, Otis elevators, and Carrier air conditioners, among other products. In July 2012, UTX purchased aerospace competitor Goodrich. Linked here is a detailed analysis and commentary...

Share Sleuth Digest: When a share is speculative

(via www.iii.co.uk)

The week's portfolio news and analysis, noteworthy items published elsewhere and a debate about whether arch-value share Finsbury Food is a speculative investment.
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