Value investing is the tried and true method of building long-term wealth by investing in under-appreciated companies. While the stock market has seen many innovations since the birth of value investing in the late 1920’s, the basic principle remains the same—good companies bought at a good price, make for great value investments.
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To kick-start profits, the doughnut icon is taking greater advantage of core strengths.
The health information provider has quietly crushed the market but still has room to run.
After a disappointing 2015, the beaten-down shares of this energy-efficient homebuilder are set to rebound.
Regional banks like Access National offer investors an attractive, lower-risk alternative to the money-center banks that continue to invest in black-box derivative products.
The beaten down rent-to-own leader is ramping up for a strong comeback.
The small airline’s stock is up three-fold despite sketchy financial performance. Here’s why.
It’s too soon to give up on this standout organic foods supplier.
Dominance of the nonprofit market positions this software company for double-digit profit growth.
Initial public offerings (IPOs) can make good investments, but if you wait to jump in until after the stocks have already appreciated in price during their first year of trading, you are asking for trouble.
This alternative retailer hit the skids on a poor fashion cycle, but a healthy balance sheet and loyal fan base should pull the stock out of a headspin.