Montag, 17. April 2017

Dividend Investing

Information about dividend investing in the US (DRIP), includes a list of stocks with dividends:

http://www.dripinvesting.org/tools/tools.asp

Article about Geraldine Weiss and stock screen:

https://www.forbes.com/2002/02/12/0212adviser.html

Dorfman Screen - ROE and Earning Growth

John Dorfman writes about a screen where the company must have a 30% return on equity and 30% earnings growth over last five years.

In 2017 36 companies made the cut, among them mentioned:
Texas Instruments (TXN)
MasterCard (MA)
Viacom (VIA)
NVR
Gilead Sciences (GILD)

http://dorfmanvalue.com/only-red-hot-companies-can-make-my-30-30-club/

Gilead has according to Yahoo Finance a trailing P/E below 7 and a ROE of 70.
https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/GILD/key-statistics?p=GILD

Samstag, 18. März 2017

Deep Value Investment Fund

According to the description:
"A small cap fund that looks for unloved companies priced at a discount to their liquid assets. Largely UK weighted, the fund has a bias to the service sectors."
http://www.ch-investments.co.uk/our-funds/deep-value-investments-fund

Companies mentioned in the March 2017 fact sheet:
Lamprell plc
Sanshin Electronics
Indigivision Group
Record
PV Chrystalox Solar
H&T Group
B P Marsh & Partners
Hydrogen Group
Thalassa Holdings
Hargreaves Services
McKay Securities
Bovis Homes Group
Enteq Upstream 

Mittwoch, 15. März 2017

Prof. Damodaran - Good Companies vs. Bad Companies

Prof. Damodaran writes about why good companies can be a bad investment and why bad companies can be a good investment - a paradox.
In the post is a nice matrix about valuations and multiples for screening:

http://aswathdamodaran.blogspot.co.at/2017/03/explaining-paradox-why-good-bad.html

Related to this is the post of November 2015 when Prof. Damodaran evaluated Valeant at $32.50. Then the stock price was $15, now the stock price of Valeant is $11.

http://aswathdamodaran.blogspot.co.at/2016/11/faith-feedback-and-fear-returning-to.html

Samstag, 11. März 2017

Dorfman - How to Catch a Stock at an Inflection Point

John Dorfman writes about stocks that are still cheap but are getting better.
http://dorfmanvalue.com/its-great-to-catch-a-stock-at-its-inflection-point/

Selection rules:
  1. Stock is in the U.S.,  market value > $250 million.
  2. Stock’s price < 15 PE.
  3. Earnings in last Q > +15% vs a year ago.
  4. Latest reported earnings were higher than analysts expected.
  5. Company’s total debt < 50% of the net worth.
Selected companies:
CVS Health Corp. (CVS)

American Outdoor Brands Corp. (AOBC)

Investors Title Co. (ITIC)
Gannett Co. (GCI)

AllianceBernstein Holding LP (AP)