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Despite what Mitch McConnell said this week, U.S. health insurers are thriving financially - and so are a few health insurance stocks.
Benjamin Graham was the father of value investing, and these were his seven primary criteria for selecting winning value stocks.
One of Benjamin Graham’s analyses is the Net Current Asset Value approach to uncovering bargain stocks, which finds the minimum value a company would fetch if it were liquidated.
One of my favorite stock investment profiles is one that I call a “buy low opportunity.” These are typically companies that are going through major changes that are catapulting their balance sheets and profits into glowing situations—but the stock market and investors have yet...
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