In building his theoretical “Cheapskate Portfolio”, the author of today’s article identifies the cheapest stocks in each sector with a market value of $1 billion or more (and which don’t have debt that exceeds stockholders’ equity). For the ten stocks that make up the current iteration of the Cheapskate Portfolio (no stock in the utility sector met the criteria) – which are currently trading for three to 11 times earnings compared to the market’s average earnings multiple of 21 – CLICK HERE.
Never let a crisis go to waste – and right now many homebuilder stocks are trading at crisis-level prices as investors flee for what the author of today’s article sees as no good reason. So how can investors take advantage of this unjustified selloff in homebuilder stocks? The author highlights what he views as the best play – a homebuilder with a unique business model that is trading at its cheapest level since the financial crisis despite earning record profits. For more, CLICK HERE.
Low-priced stocks offer investors – especially more aggressive traders – the opportunity to not only make a decent profit in the event of even relatively small price moves, but also to buy more shares than they would be able to of large-cap stocks. Today’s article highlights five stocks trading under $10 that the authors believe “While more suited for aggressive accounts… could prove exciting additions to portfolios looking for solid alpha potential.” For these five stocks – including a company that “could be poised for big gains as liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporting continues to ramp higher”, CLICK HERE.
Low-priced stocks offer smaller investors the chance to not only make a tidy profit (as these stocks can provide the largest short-term gains), but also to acquire a higher share count than they would be able to of large and mega-cap stocks. As such, today’s article highlights five low-priced stocks (trading under $10) with significant upside potential that may appeal particularly to aggressive traders. For these five stocks – including one company the author notes “may be way under the radar, but it has one of the best products imaginable in terms of name recognition” – CLICK HERE.
When it comes to what a company does, the stance taken by the author of today’s articles is “Who cares!?” – and he argues that other short- and medium-term traders should adopt the same perspective. What does he identify as “some of the main reasons to ignore fundamentals in your trading plan for many setups, and why you really shouldn’t care what a company does when you’re trading it”? CLICK HERE.
Recency bias – the tendency to assume that the events of the recent past are indicative of what is going to happen in the future – is an all-too-common affliction among investors – and one that the author of today’s article believes “is running rampant in the markets today.” However, it’s also possible to profit from the recency bias – and the author highlights two funds currently trading at a discount – one of which boasts an 11.4% dividend yield – that he believes are perfectly positioned to do just that. For more, CLICK HERE.
The six companies highlighted in today’s article have a lot of cash. Picking up shares of these cash-rich companies, however, won’t require much cash. Specifically, each of these companies has a high proportion of cash to share price – which, the author notes, suggests that “these firms should be holding enough cash to meet their operating needs and have some remaining to take steps such as acquisitions or buy backs” – and are trading at less than $10 a share. For more, CLICK HERE.
When it comes to low priced stocks, the author of today’s article points out that “These would be stocks that have little downside risk since they trade at low prices. These would also be the stocks that statistically have the highest probability of delivering a large gain in the next quarter.” In hunting for potential bargains, the author screened for low priced stocks that are beaten down and could be in the process of bottoming. For the specific screen employed and the three stocks that passed this screen, CLICK HERE.
Each of the five stocks highlighted in today’s article is currently trading at less than book value, has earnings, pays a dividend and, the author notes, “these companies are well outside the Facebook/Apple/Netflix/Google arena that presently captivates most of the business media and many investment house analysts.” For these five stocks that may be worthy of further consideration – including an insurance company, a business development company and a Greece-based shipping company – CLICK HERE.
“The long oil trade continues to be the place to be,” declares one analyst cited in today’s article – a sentiment that seems to be shared by hedge funds, which are betting heavily on rising oil prices. But which oil companies are the best plays? One place to look are the companies that billionaire hedge fund managers are betting on – and the author highlights six such firms. For these six oil stocks that are darlings of elite hedge fund managers, CLICK HERE.