Best Stocks To Buy For 2013: DCG.L

[ November 16, 2013 | Author: Admin | Views: 9796 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

Our featured stocks are selected based on the investing criteria of several legendary investors. Telecom Argentina SA (TEO) has a guru score of 100% based on the price-to-sales strategy of Kenneth Fisher. Indeed, based on the Kenneth Fisher’s price-to-sale strategy, Telecom Argentina would be considered a “Super Stock”. Under Kenneth Fisher’s strategy, the prospective company should have a low Price/Sales ratio. Companies with Price/Sales ratios below 0.75 are tremendous values and should be sought. Telecom Argentina’s P/S of 0.63 based on trailing 12 month sales, is below 0.75 which is considered quite attractive. It passes this methodology’s P/S ratio test with flying colors. Top 5 Low Price Stocks For 2014: Intellipharmaceutics International Inc.(IPCI) Intellipharmaceutics International Inc. engages in the research, development, and manufacture of novel or generic controlled and targeted release oral solid dosage drugs. The company?s patented Hypermatrix technology is a multidimensional controlled-release drug delivery platform that can be … Continue reading

[ October 26, 2013 | Author: Admin | Views: 49306 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

Although we don’t believe in timing the market or panicking over market movements, we do like to keep an eye on big changes — just in case they’re material to our investing thesis. What: Shares of Nokia (NYSE: NOK  ) have gotten clobbered today, down by as much as 12% after the Finnish smartphone maker reported first-quarter earnings. So what: Revenue in the first quarter totaled $7.7 billion, which missed the Street’s forecasts. On the bright side, the company narrowed its loss to $0.07 per share. There was other good news, as Lumia shipments were strong and increased 27% sequentially to 5.6 million units. Nokia closed the quarter with $5.9 billion in net cash. Now what: Total smartphones dropped precipitously as Nokia expectedly ramps down Symbian units, which were just 500,000. The company’s Asha line of feature phones saw shipments of 5 million. Nokia’s lower-end devices are under competitive pressure from … Continue reading

[ July 6, 2013 | Author: Admin | Views: 88049 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

The Department of Defense announced a sizable $170.9 million contract Wednesday, with a total of 30 contractors receiving pieces of the work, and the potential for multiple “option” extensions that could ultimately increase its value to $854.6 million. The contract, for “non-inherently governmental logistics support services,” is classified as an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, performance-based multiple award contract with provisions for firm-fixed-price, time and material, labor hour, cost-plus- fixed-fee task orders. The contract in question is set to run initially through May 2014, although it may be extended as far out as through May 2018 — or until the mentioned ultimate ceiling value is reached. As already mentioned, 30 contractors are named as recipients, from well-known contractor names such as Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH  ) , General Dynamics (NYSE: GD  ) , Honeywell (NYSE: HON  ) , Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT  ) , and Raytheon (NYSE: RTN  ) , all the way down to small businesses with … Continue reading

[ March 31, 2013 | Author: Admin | Views: 59586 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

 The stocks part is simple. It’s the 2013 part that’s hard. As in 2012, macroeconomic trends will drive the financial markets in 2013. In 2012, the year and the markets were defined by fear: that China’s economy would slow to a hard landing; that the U.S. economy would stall or the U.S. government would let the country default on its debts; or that in the eurozone, Greece, Spain or Italy would fall into financial chaos. When those worries moved to the top of investors’ minds, financial markets fell. When those worries receded, financial markets rallied. Two things should worry you as we head into 2013. First, investors, Wall Street and economists sound relatively optimistic as 2012 ends and 2013 begins. Consider a story I spotted just as I was writing this piece: Corporate earnings in China will climb by 10% in 2013, according to Russell Investments, and Goldman Sachs has raised … Continue reading

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[ February 7, 2013 | Author: Admin | Views: 92560 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

Maybe it was because Seeking Alpha did not carry my annual list of 10 Clean Energy Stocks for 2012 this year, but no one seems to have noticed that there were actually 11 stocks in the list. Call it the Spinal Tap of top-ten lists. If anyone did notice the extra pick, they didn’t leave a comment.  What happened was that I have two number 8 stocks, but there is enough text between them that neither I nor most of my readers could see both 8′s at once on the same screen.  Oops! I had 10 originally, but my messed up numbering led me to think I did not have enough, and so I went back and added Honeywell (HON) at the last minute, choosing to play it safe with a large cap energy efficiency company.  So far this year, Honeywell has produced the expected safe results, but because clean … Continue reading