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Our goal is to help investors grow their capital and income base from which to generate cash for their current and future needs, advises Kelley Wright, blue chip value investor and editor of IQ Trends. To that end, we believe that shares of high-quality stocks purchased at an historically repetitive area of low-price to high-yield, offers the greater potential for downside protection and upside appreciation. The Timely Ten is not just another best of, right now list. Rather, it is our reasoned expectation—based on our methodology and experience, that these ten currently Undervalued stocks offer the greatest real total-return potential over the next five years. Do we believe that all ten will appreciate simultaneously or immediately? Of course not. Our four-plus decades of research and experience, however, leads us to believe that these stocks, purchased at current Undervalued levels, are well positioned for both growth of capital and income. Best … Continue reading

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DELAFIELD, Wis. (Stockpickr) — Professional traders running mutual funds and hedge funds don’t just look at a stock’s price moves; they also track big changes in volume activity. Often when above-average volume moves into an equity, it precedes a large spike in volatility. >>5 Stocks Set to Soar on Bullish Earnings Major moves in volume can signal unusual activity, such as insider buying or selling — or buying or selling by “superinvestors.” Unusual volume can also be a major signal that hedge funds and momentum traders are piling into a stock ahead of a catalyst. These types of traders like to get in well before a large spike, so it’s always a smart move to monitor unusual volume. That said, remember to combine trend and price action with unusual volume. Put them all together to help you decipher the next big trend for any stock. >>5 Rocket Stocks to Buy … Continue reading

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NEW YORK (AP) New York’s storied Four Seasons restaurant has for decades harbored one of the city’s more unusual artworks: the largest Pablo Picasso painting in the United States. But a plan to move it has touched off a spat as sharply drawn as the bullfight crowd the canvas depicts. Pitting a prominent preservation group against an art-loving real estate magnate, the dispute has unleashed an outcry from culture commentators and a lawsuit featuring dueling squads of art experts. The building’s owner says Picasso’s “Le Tricorne,” a 19-by-20-foot painted stage curtain, has to be moved from the restaurant to make way for repairs to the wall behind it. But the Landmarks Conservancy, a nonprofit that owns the curtain, is suing to stop the move. The group says the wall damage isn’t dire and taking down the brittle curtain could destroy it and, with it, an integral aspect of the Four … Continue reading

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Founded in 1941 and based in New York, Coach, Inc. (COH) is a luxury designer and marketer of fine accessories and gifts for women and men. The company owns and operates full-priced retail and outlet store locations in the United States, and internationally. It utilizes distributors to help expand their brand presence around the globe and runs e-commerce websites in over 24 countries. However, and in spite of all these efforts, Coachs shares have lagged the broader market over the past year. Coach disappointed on the sales front that fell 1.1 percent, after increasing 6 percent during 4Q fiscal 2013, as a consequence to its idleness in the North American market. Furthermore, the companys shares remained flat in relation to the prior-year quarter, at 77 cents each. In addition, several analysts have qualified the stock as a sell case. Some people say its time to do that, but is it … Continue reading

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It had appeared that Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL  ) had bottomed out in April after hitting $385 just days before earnings. When the company reported its most recent figures, it took time for investors to digest the new information since Apple made a shockingly large increase to its capital return program and also said it would be partially be funding it with debt. Shares rallied as high as $465 over the following weeks, a gain of 21% from those lows, as investors seemingly began to appreciate the $50 billion in additional planned share repurchases that Apple would be making through 2015. However, Apple has now given up nearly all of those gains since then and traded below $389 this morning — just a few dollars away from tapping a fresh 52-week low. With shares revisiting those lows, let’s revisit Apple’s dirt-cheap valuation. Apple’s earnings multiple is now back into single-digit territory, trading … Continue reading