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Why Kellogg Is Not A Real Value Stock

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Despite its appearance in the Magic Formula screens, Kellogg (K), like Kraft (KRFT), is not really a value stock! Here's why...

Share Sleuth Digest: Going on the defensive

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This week: How to check a company’s not going bust, operating lease shenanigans, advice from bloggers for novice investors, and notes on Xaar, Devro and Trifast.
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A quiet revolution at IDS

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The results from Immunodiagnostic Systems may look unremarkable, but behind the headline figures a revolution is underway.
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Investors find safety in Latchways

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The share price of fall-protection system manufacturer Latchways is defying gravity almost as effectively as the products the company makes. It’s frustrating for a would-be purchaser.
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Rethinking Xaar's valuation

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Xaar’s extraordinary surge in profitability over the last two years makes it difficult to decide how far the share price must fall before the shares are good value. A double adjustment may be the answer.
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Changes in the Magic Formula Screens for Week of 6/22/2014

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Not a whole lot of activity in the Magic Formula this past week, but here's what did change.

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Share Sleuth Digest: Reaching for the wrong reason to invest

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This week: How to avoid taking naive decisions despite all your hard work. Also: An accounting professor takes on two Nobel prize winners in a battle about bubbles.
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Dividend Growth Stocks: Meredith Corp. (MDP) Dividend Stock Analysis

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Meredith Corp. publishes a suite of magazines and websites focused on food, parents and women (e.g., Better Homes and Gardens) and operates 12 local TV stations. Linked here is a detailed analysis and commentary...

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Xaar warning exposes trader enthusiasm

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A profit warning from Xaar tells us more about trader psychology than it does about problems at the company.
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Good enough investing

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Investing attracts a lot of smart people.  Investors are good with numbers, good with details, and competitive.  Many smart investors are on a quest to find the perfect investment or investing style.  Until he's surpassed Buffett holds the title of the best investor.  He grew...

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Dividend Growth Stocks: General Mills, Inc. (GIS) Dividend Stock Analysis

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General Mills, Inc. is a major producer of packaged consumer food products, include cereal, yogurt and Betty Crocker desserts/baking mixes. Linked here is a detailed analysis and commentary...

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Vp: Set for growth

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Judging by its final results, plant and tool hire firm Vp is preparing to accelerate growth. The company has an enviable record.
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The fallacy of the "best idea".

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There is an idea floating around in the value investing world that investors should only purchase their five or ten best ideas.  The idea is that if a stock being considered for a portfolio isn't as good as the 'best idea' then why buy something sub-par? Instead investors should continue to...

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This Stock Has the Secret Qualities Gurus Look For, But Should You Buy?

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Recent spinoff TIME has the qualities highlighted in not one, but two of Joel Greenblatt's books. Should you buy it?

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Dividend Growth Stocks: Consolidated Edison, Inc. (ED) Dividend Stock Analysis

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Consolidated Edison, Inc. is an electric and gas utility holding company serves parts of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Linked here is a detailed analysis and commentary...

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