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Are Airlines Cheap Magic Formula Stocks?

If you want to be a Millionaire, start with a billion dollars and launch a new airline. – Richard Branson It wasn’t that long ago where airlines were the butt of the joke. Fixed costs were too high and continued […]

Cash is Always King

Cash is Always King

Let’s face it. Valuation is for dummies. Just buy any of the hot tech stocks and you are set for life. After all, millennials expect an average return of 12% over the next five years. Who can blame them when […]

Google Finance Alternatives

Google Finance Alternatives

It’s official. Google Finance is killing their portfolios feature, in the next week or so. In typical Google fashion, they aren’t afraid to remove features and move on. Seeing how Google hasn’t updated their Finance site since 2006 (!), it’s […]

What Has Worked In Investing?

What Has Worked In Investing?

As the market continues to climb, it’s easy to look for new ways to invest and potentially get off course. Despite how well you are doing, there’s always the temptation to look at what others are doing and kick yourself […]

Why People Are Wrong About Wal-Mart

Why People Are Wrong About Wal-Mart

What You’ll Learn Why Wal-Mart has been losing to Amazon in e-commerce How I am able to witness the growth in Wal-Mart e-commerce vs Amazon What’s Wal-Mart Worth with several fair value calculations “Wal-Mart will go to $100”. “Wal-Mart is […]

Distinguishing Between Earnings And Earning Power

Distinguishing Between Earnings And Earning Power

…the phrase “earning power” must imply a fairly confident expectation of certain future results. It is not sufficient to know what the past earnings have averaged, or even that they disclose a definite line of growth or decline.” ?Graham & Dodd, Security Analysis […]

Peter Lynch’s Final Checklist

Peter Lynch’s Final Checklist

The person that turns over the most rocks wins the game. And that’s always been my philosophy.” ?Peter Lynch In chapter 15?The Final Checklist?of the book One Up on Wall Street, Peter Lynch summarizes the things that you as an investor […]