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Risk Gets Lighter, Opportunity Gets Bigger for Weight Watchers

Risk Gets Lighter, Opportunity Gets Bigger for Weight Watchers

One of the best “win-win” combinations in today’s world is Weight Watcher International’s (WTW) stock.

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Make Money By Losing Weight: Buy WTW

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One of the best “win-win” combinations in today’s world is Weight Watcher International’s (WTW) stock.

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See How Diligence Paid In 2011

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Everyone wants diligence. Few will ever turn it down. The problem is that diligence is expensive. New Constructs makes diligence cost-effective.

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footnoted.org vs New Constructs = Hype vs Substance

footnoted.org vs New Constructs = Hype vs Substance

When I ran across the recent article “270,033 pages later, a chance to catch our breath…”, I could not help but admire footnoted.org’s marketing moxy.
The article provides a count of the number of pages of 10-K filings that have poured in during the real earnings season. It also highlight a couple of the largest filings. At first glance, it is easy for one to assume that all of the 270,033 pages were also analyzed.

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The Real Earnings Season Begins Now

The Real Earnings Season Begins Now

Nearly all of the invest­ing world ignores 10-K sea­son. 10-Ks contain the most important financial information that companies provide all year.

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ETFs vs Mutual Funds: The Winner Is…

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The radically higher number of US equity mutual funds (4,700+) versus ETFs (380+) is not indicative of better stock selection from active management. On the contrary, the vast majority of actively-managed funds do not justify the higher fees they charge. They do not, in terms of stock selection and expected returns, add value versus passively managed benchmarks.

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Buy LRCX: More Value Than Meets the Eye

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Most of my research and publishing tends to focus on companies manipulating accounting rules to make their reported earnings look better than the real economic cash flows of their business.
It is unfortunately rare that I find a company whose economic earnings are outpacing the reported accounting results and whose stock is cheap.
One such company is Lam Research (LRCX – very attractive rating). One of September’s most attractive stocks, LRCX offers investors hidden value.

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