Value Investing

70 million represents a lot of people for a country, much less for a bank’s customers. It’s nearly a quarter of the United States’ population. In fact, you could add every person in California and Texas together and still not reach the 70 million mark. And that… Read More

The trading week began on a bullish note, as Intel (Nasdaq: INTC) weighed in with a great quarterly report on Monday. But by week’s end, stocks were slumping after a pair of downbeat reports from Citigroup (NYSE: C) and Bank of America (NYSE: BAC). Stocks are also feeling the pressure… Read More

In the land of consumer technology, it’s hard to stay as the king of the hill. Two decades... Read More

In the land of consumer technology, it’s hard to stay as the king of the hill. Two decades ago, Sony (NYSE: SNE) ruled the roost, with its hot-selling Walkmans and Trinitron TVs. About a decade... Read More

Long before the days of growth stocks, investors used to search for value in stocks that were trading for less than the net assets on their balance sheets. It was a tried-and-true formula for protecting your downside while searching for upside. The stock market’s original gurus –… Read More

Low-hanging fruit. That’s what most retailers have already picked in their quest to cut costs and boost margins. The economic downturn in 2008 was hugely beneficial for this group as they right-sized costs to offset dismal sales. Once sales ticked up just a bit from the bottom,… Read More