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Is CPB a useful value play?

Yesterday I highlighted General Mills (GIS) as a stock that could offer an interesting value proposition right now. The Consumer Staples sector is starting look like a market segment that smart investors should be paying attention to right now. The market has been moving nicely since the beginning of the year, but with indications that […]

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Is INTU’s all-time high just the start of a bigger rally?

The market has been rallying nicely since the end of December, and the news lately seems to be giving investors encouragement to start thinking in more bullish terms. The Fed seems to be positioning itself to be more dovish in its approach to interest rates through the year, trade talks between the United States and […]

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PAG offers big value – is it a trap?

The Consumer Discretionary sector cuts a wide swath across the economic landscape of the United States. It’s easy to think about the sector as the place you’ll find retail stocks, but the truth is that there are a lot of other businesses within the sector that are much more than just the department stores and […]

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Is NVDA the chip stock you should love on Valentine’s Day?

I know – it’s cheesy to use Valentine’s Day as a tagline today. And it’s also more than a little odd to use it with a tech stock. Even so, NVIDIA Corporation (NVDA) is set to make its latest quarterly earnings report after the market closes today, and the fact is that this is a […]

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Does VLO’s fat dividend justify its valuation?

When it comes to identifying stocks that might make useful investments, there are as many strategies as there are people. You can break these strategies into any different number of categories. I like to differentiate between strategies by thinking first about the amount of time I might actually plan to hold the stock in question, […]

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Where is the value price for KSS?

Watching the market bounce higher off of late-2018 drop that nearly pushed the major market indices to bear market levels means that it starts to get tempting to think that it’s a good time to start jumping back into stocks and get ready for the rally back to the next set of market highs. The […]

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50% MHK discount: huge value, or value trap?

Even with a nice rally in the market to start the new year, there are a lot of stocks that remain at or near 52-week, or even historic lows. If you like looking for value as I do, that’s actually a pretty nice problem to have; it means that there are plenty of options to […]

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Energy Sector
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DVN is up 20% in the last month – is it a good buy?

The energy sector is one of the most cyclical segments of the market. That’s because so much of the sector is tied, to a greater or lesser extent, to the price of a single commodity: oil. From mid-2014 to the beginning of 2016, oil plunged from about $100 per barrel to as low as $26. […]

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Does a polar vortex mean you should pay more attention to stocks like DTE?

Sometimes natural phenomena imposes its will on the world with force. Hurricanes in the South or along the Eastern seaboard, tornadoes in the Midwest and massive snowfalls in the North during the winter months are all examples of times when Mother Nature demands attention from the world – even the stock market. At the beginning […]

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Is UFS a good value bet?

After closing out the year on a decidedly negative note, and leaving more and more investors guessing that 2019 could be the year the market, and the economy officially turns bearish, stocks generally rebounded over the last week. The market seems to have decided to use the market’s drop to near-bear market levels in December […]

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