Negative Enterprise Value Screen for Net Nets

March 11, 2009 | Read Now

I was reading a post by Magic Diligence on Why and How to Use Enterprise Value in Evaluating Stocks and […]

Pfizer Stock Analysis (PFE)

March 9, 2009 | Read Now

This is a condensed public version of Taking Stock in Pfizer (PFE) stock analysis made available via subscription to SAML […]

SYY Dividend: Stock Analysis for Growth Portfolio

March 2, 2009 | Read Now

Dividend Tree is a blog focused on discussing dividend investment growth and the analysis process and approach is outstanding. I […]

Business Valuation of Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)

February 28, 2009 | Read Now

(This article originally appeared on The DIV-Net) Berkshire Hathaway’s 13-F revealing a big sell off of JNJ, created a huge […]

Bill Ackman’s Wendy’s Presentation

January 29, 2009 | Read Now

Bill Ackman is an activist investor that I admire and I especially enjoy his presentations and rationale. Market Folly recently […]

Costco Stock Analysis

January 19, 2009 | Read Now

Today we have an excellent post by Brad Ferris of Triaging My Way To Financial Success. After a mentorship and […]

Forbes Best Small Companies: Finale

January 14, 2009 | Read Now

This is final post in the search for the best small companies from the 200 listed in Forbes 2008.

You can refer to the previous results here: 1-15 | 16-32 | 33-70 | 71-130 | 131-160

The companies ranked 161-200 has yielded 5 results.

Warren Buffett Stock Picks: Eaton (ETN)

November 17, 2008 | Read Now

Berkshire’s latest 13-F reveals a new position of 2.9 million shares in Eaton Corp (ETN). This is a small stake when compared to Berkshires other purchases. As George from Fat Pitch Financials mentions, the question remains as to whether this is a Buffett pick or from a subsidiary.

Eaton is a company I had a brief look at in late 2007 when it was trading in the 80’s, I thought I’d take a quick review to see the status of the company today.

Forbes 200 Best Small Companies Project

November 15, 2008 | Read Now

The October 27,2008 issue of Forbes lists the 200 best small companies of the US. These may be good companies, but I want to know whether they are good investments. So I’ve set up a new challenge.

My goal – go through each company and find the ones worthy of investment.

Asset Play with ValueVision Media Inc (VVTV)

November 9, 2008 | Read Now

It’s 2am and you can’t sleep. You get up, go to the kitchen, grab a drink, turned on the T.V., flip through the channels and come across someone rotating their torso on the latest ab machine. You tell yourself to turn it off, but your brain is numb and hypnotized and you just keep watching those abs crunch..

24hr home shopping – that’s the name of the game for ValueVision Media Inc (VVTV), so grab yourself a cuppa because this analysis is going to take a while.

Ready to try Old School Value?