This is the 7th in a series of 11 videos where I will cover each of the 11 sectors looking for value.
This is the 6th in a series of 11 videos where I will cover each of the 11 sectors looking for value.
First, I am going to cover Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA) that I inadvertently left out of my last video.
This is the 3rd in a series of 11 videos where I will cover each of the 11 sectors looking for value. There are somewhere between 18,000 to 20,000 stocks comprising the US and Canadian stock markets. With
In this video I will go over 9 stocks to buy in the Consumer Discretionary Sector.
Topic 4: Basic Accounting Concepts (Part 1)
As 2022 begins we find the stock market as measured by the S&P 500 extremely overvalued and vulnerable to rising interest rates.
Leggett & Platt (LEG) has come into fair value after being overvalued for most of 2021. As a result, the company offers a dividend yield approaching 5% and their last dividend increase announced was the 50th consecutive year of increasing their dividend. This puts the company into the elite category of a Dividend King.
Tech powerhouse Oracle (ORCL) announced the purchase of the health records company Cerner (CERN) through an all-cash tender offer of $95 per share. With this video I will illustrate whether (or not) Oracle purchased Cerner at an attractive valuation.
Even though the overall market as measured by the S&P 500 is extremely overvalued, there are stocks in the market that are not.
In this video Mr. Valuation will illustrate that that despite temporary issues, Omega Healthcare represents a long-term opportunity for significant income and capital appreciation.
The 40% plus drop of DocuSign, Inc.’s (DOCU) stock price last Friday represents a quintessential example. There were no fundamentals that could possibly support the lofty valuation of DocuSign, Inc. Nevertheless, the stock price quickly collapsed...
In this video on lessons on valuation, I am going to cover several stocks that subscribers have requested. However, I will simultaneously provide what I consider to be very important lessons in valuation. Not all price drops are the same.
Although you can learn a great deal from the past you can only invest in the future. Today many believe the future of the Internet and technology is the Metaverse. Therefore, I have begun putting together a portfolio of stocks that are poised to participate in the next stage of technology growth – the Metaverse.
According to Barron’s magazine, IBM is finally growing again. Consequently, it may be a perfect time to begin building a position in this blue-chip Dividend Champion.
In this video I present 8 undervalued dividend growth stocks with dividend yields ranging from 2.51% to 5.11%. All these companies are undervalued in what is a very overheated stock market today.
In this video, I will be comparing the investment merit of Bank of America Corp. versus Citigroup Inc. I will be comparing these two money center banks and evaluating them based on income, growth, and total return potential.
Cisco Systems (CSCO) reported fiscal Q1 earnings and offered what many consider to be downbeat quarterly revenue guidance. As a result, Cisco stock was down as much as 9.2% at one point and is currently down about 8%.
Investing is not a one size fits all process. Furthermore, risk should also be a major investor consideration. Importantly, risk is a multifaceted concept which I will attempt to convey throughout this video.
Information technology is one of the fastest growing sectors in the stock market. Consequently, technology stocks offer the potential for the highest long-term total returns. But unfortunately, there is a fly in the ointment.
Today in this video I want to talk about some investing principles that kind of relate to me, and actually represent kind of a pet peeve of mine, if you will.
Alphabet $GOOGL, a.k.a. Google is not your ordinary company or stock. This is a powerful growth stock that despite its near $2 trillion market cap continues to grow at a high rate.
Introduction Meta Platforms, Inc. (FB) a.k.a. Facebook has experienced a double-digit slump in stock price since August. With this video we will conduct a FAST fundamental analysis of the company by the numbers. Importantly, this is a true growth stock, and as such, needs to be looked at differently than you would a traditional company...
According to Zacks Investment Research CVS Health is the world’s 7th largest company by revenue and ranked 7th on the Fortune Global 500 list.
Snap-on Inc. (SNA) is a high-quality mid-cap Dividend Contender with 11 consecutive years of dividend increases that has recently come into fair value.
Both analysts and Intel’s management expect to see earnings and cash flows, especially free cash flow, fall precipitously over the next few years. However, the primary reason is because management has decided to take aggressive action to catapult long-term future growth.
If you like investing in consistent predictable double-digit growth as I do, then you will love Fortune Brands...
Dividend Contenders are high-quality dividend growth stocks that have increased their dividends for 10 up to 24 years. Therefore, they offer investors the opportunity to receive a growing dividend income stream to help keep up with inflation.
I am constantly being asked to provide a list of high-quality consistent dividend growth stocks. Consequently, I conducted a search and came up with 40 dividend growth stocks that I feel are worthy of further research and due diligence. These companies have consistent long-term operating history and solid prospects for future growth.
Dividend Aristocrats that look very attractively valued today. I often get asked if I could give a list of my best stocks to invest in. Unfortunately, that is a very loaded question simply because the best stocks (businesses) are not always the best investments.
Are These 2 Stocks Better Than Bonds? Can a case really be made to use blue-chip dividend paying stocks as bond substitutes? This is a very controversial question that has existed in the investment community since I have been involved over the past 50 years.
As a long time value investor there are ideal characteristics that I look for in a stock. For starters, I prefer consistent above-average growth – the more consistent the better.
In this video I will share the absolute best investment advice that can be given to young investors.
This is another one of my Subscriber Request Tuesday videos.
With this video, which is the 3rd and final part of a 3-part series, I present 3 dividend growth portfolios that can be built in today’s generally overvalued market.
In building a dividend income portfolio, or any portfolio for that matter, you need to approach portfolio construction with common sense and realistic appraisal of your own emotional abilities and tendencies.
It is hard but not impossible to find attractively valued dividend growth stocks in today’s frothy stock market.
Growth stocks are different than ordinary everyday average stocks.
Hedging your portfolio from the pending market crash.
With this video I am presenting 20 A rated or better attractively valued dividend growth stocks with low debt and above-market yields.
When stocks you own spins off a segment or division of its business, the company you own changes.
With this week’s Subscriber Request Video I will be covering Artesian Partners Asset Management, Inc. (APAM) – a dividend paying high yielding small-cap that appears attractively valued.
On August 5, 2021, Cigna (CI) shares fell approximately 11%, which caused a lot of concern for investors.
Amgen stock price fell approximately 6 and half percent yesterday.
Clorox reported what many are describing as disastrous earnings for the 4th fiscal quarter 2021.
This week’s subscriber request video will look at the 6 leading Canadian banks.
Although the recent crash or meltdown of prominent China stocks was for the most part political in nature, valuation also played a role.
This is part 3 of my three-part series dissecting the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
In part 1 I looked at the most reasonably valued 10 stocks out of the 30 Dow Jones Industrial Average Constituents.
Only 10 of 30 stocks are attractively valued blue-chip stocks making up the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) today.