Why Greece’s Default Matters

It’s a critical time for Greece, its countrymen, the nations that hold its debt and its investors. The big question is: Will Greece default on its 1.5 billion euro debt payments that are due tomorrow on the 322 billion euros that it owes other...
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The Next Disruptive Technology

KPMG LLP analyzed the technology sector deals and forecasts that mobile, data and analytics, security, and “the cloud” will be the primary focus of M&A deals this year. Upon review of the stocks we’ve recently been recommending in the Digests, I heartily agree this...
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Five Stocks Recently Upgraded

Last summer, a little over nine months ago, I wrote a Cabot Wealth Advisory column about how confusing—and often subjective—the ratings issued by Wall Street analysts can be. In the column, I listed eight companies whose shares had been recently upgraded. Recently, I to...
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Value Line (VALU)

This small-cap company is known for its investment research. The shares currently have a dividend yield of 3.5%, paid quarterly. Value Line (VALU) from Dividend Lab Value Line (VALU) offers a full range of subscription products for individual investors with online access to Value Line’s Research (for...
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A Long-Term Value Investing Strategy

Yesterday three American professors, Eugene Fama, Robert Shiller and Lars Peter Hansen, won the 2013 Nobel Prize in economics for their research on asset price movement. The three don’t work together—to the contrary, they’ve actually developed some competing theories. One economist commented that Nobel...
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