Stock Analysis

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This Dominant, Sold-Off Retailer Could Generate a 55% Return

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GNC dominates its niche field of health supplement specialty retail. After a recent sell-off, the stock could generate a 55% return by the end of the year.

Announcing the Oddball Stocks Newsletter

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A while back I wrote a post where I tossed around the idea of starting an investment newsletter. Based on the responses I received from that post I decided to go ahead and publish a newsletter.  I'm pleased to announce that the first issue is finished and published.

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Share Sleuth Digest: Competition simplified

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This week: Investors hanker after simplicity, but it’s complexity that enables strategies to succeed. Also:Portfolio news and analysis, and a contrarian case for Tesco.
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Value Trap or Real Value Investment? How Do You Tell The Difference?

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In value investing, one of the most important and difficult aspects of stock selection is determining whether you have found a real value investment or a value trap.

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Rolls-Royce sale confirms strategy

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The sale of Rolls-Royce’s sub-scale energy gas turbine and compressor business confirms the company’s commitment to concentrate on areas it can add most value.

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Devro setback could be value opportunity

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Sausage casing manufacture Devro is in a bit of a tangle. Challenging markets and heavy investment are depressing revenue and profit. But the company has qualities that should endure.  
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Meet the chief: An afternoon at Anpario

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A trip to Worksop reveals much about the animal feed business, and a small British manufacturer that is taking on the world with speciality additives.
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The language of investing

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I have a friend who has described investing to me as similar to learning a language.  At first you start by translating a word or two at a time, then you attempt to piece together simple meanings.  Eventually with enough practice you can read and speak complete sentences and convey...

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Turnover in the Magic Formula Screens for 5/4/2014

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Stocks moving in and out of the Magic Formula® Investing screens over the past week.

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Current Stocks with the Highest Employee Growth

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I decided to share with you a list of the publicly traded companies with market caps of over $500 million with the highest employee growth.

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Is Kraft (KRFT) A Legitimate Deep Value Stock?

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Kraft has been in the Magic Formula screens for about a month now. Is this packaged foods behemoth REALLY a deep value stock?

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Cohort gains focus as sells off space division

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The sale of Cohort’s space division indicates a welcome tightening of the technology consultancy’s strategic focus.
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Share Sleuth Digest: Picking turnarounds that turn

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This week: Why Buffett avoids turnarounds and how to profit from them anyway, all the portfolio news and analysis, and research shows bloggers make the market more efficient.
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5 Value Investing Concepts For Stock Selection

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Most investors enjoy picking stocks for their portfolio but fail to employ value investing concepts in their stock selection. The idea of value investing concepts is to raise the probability of making a successful investment.

Finding companies immune to competition

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Understanding Michael Porter explains how companies inoculate themselves against competition and create more profit. Such companies are worth more to investors, and should be easy to identify.
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