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FAST Graphs™ is the "Fundamentals Analyzer Software Tool;" a stock research tool that empowers subscribers to conduct fundamental stock research deeper and faster. Developed to provide "essential fundamentals at a glance," they are offered as a fast and efficient "tool to think with." Warren Buffett, the greatest capital allocator of all time, says: "There are only two things an investor needs to know; how to value a company and how to think about stock prices." With the FAST Graphs™ fundamental stock analysis research tool at their disposal, subscribers are able to do both those tasks easily and quickly. FAST Graphs™ are offered as the first step in every fundamental stock research project and should be your first step too.
Our graphs provide the essential company fundamental information you need to know in order to make smart investment decisions. Within a matter of minutes, subscribers can examine the relationship of operating results to stock price performance on thousands of companies. The US and Canadian version of FAST Graphs™ has access to up to 20 years of historical fundamental data on thousands of U.S. and Canadian public companies. The FAST Graphs™ stock research tool takes all the hours of manual stock researching of business fundamentals and reduces it to seconds, giving you critical stock research information in an instant.
PepsiCo (PEP) is a Dividend Aristocrat, Champion and blue-chip stalwart that has increased its dividend for 46 consecutive years. Therefore, it should be no surprise that just as we saw with Procter & Gamble in part 5, this blue-chip stalwart has traditionally commanded a higher valuation (earnings multiple) than the average stock. Over the past Read more about PepsiCo: Rare Opportunity to Buy at a Better Valuation: Part 6[…]
Introduction Procter & Gamble (PG) is a Dividend Aristocrat, Champion and blue-chip stalwart that has increased its dividend for 62 consecutive years. Therefore, it should be no surprise that this blue-chip stalwart has traditionally commanded a higher valuation than most stocks. Over the past couple of decades at least, it has been a very rare Read more about It Is No Longer a Gamble Investing in Procter & Gamble: Part 5[…]
Introduction This is the fourth of what will be a long-running series highlighting dividend growth stocks that have technically entered bear market territory. Many investors define a bear market as when prices fall at least 20%. After coming out of the true bear market inspired by the Great Recession, stocks have generally been enjoying a Read more about Campbell Soup Company: High-Yield and Speculative Capital Gain Potential-Part 4[…]
Introduction Regular readers of my work will attest to the fact that I am an avid proponent of valuation. So much so, that I cannot recall writing an article where I didn’t discuss the importance of only investing in a stock when it was fairly-valued, or better yet – undervalued. This obsession with valuation inspired Read more about 3M Company: It Didn’t Take a Crystal Ball to See That It Was Overvalued: Part 3[…]
Introduction In part 1 found here of this multi-part series I discussed how several blue-chip dividend growth stocks have already entered a bear market. Therefore, I thought it would be helpful to provide FAST Graphs analyze out loud videos on several dividend growth stocks that have corrected from high valuation levels to more reasonable levels. Read more about Dividend Growth Stocks in a Stealth Bear Market! Kimberly-Clark Corporation: Part 2[…]
Introduction For quite some time I have been complaining that most best-of-breed dividend growth stocks were overvalued. Frankly, for the most part I continue to hold that opinion. On the other hand, I am also starting to see what I’ll call a stealth bear market for many dividend growth stocks. In some cases, this stealth Read more about Have You Noticed That Many Dividend Stocks are Finally in a Bear Market? General Mills Inc.: Part 1[…]
Overview AAA rated Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) has produced one of the most impeccable and consistent long-term records of fundamental results and growth. No matter whether you are measuring earnings, cash flows or dividends, you will be hard-pressed to find any company in any industry with a more consistent and complete record of operating excellence Read more about What Can I Expect to Make If I Invest in Johnson & Johnson Today?[…]
Introduction This is the fifth of a five-part series presenting 50 dividend growth stocks that I have screened for current fair value. With this article, I will be covering 10 additional dividend growth research candidates with moderate to higher yields in addition to the initial 40 that I presented in part 1 found here, part 2 found Read more about The Final 10 of 50 Faster Growing Dividend Growth Stocks: Part 5[…]
NMF stands for No Meaningful Figure, which basically means the program calculated something, but the value calculated has no meaning in this context. In terms of a growth rate, it could mean that there was a negative or zero value involved in the calculation and, as such, the answer has no meaning.
Introduction This is the fourth of a five-part series presenting 50 dividend growth stocks that I have screened for current fair value. With this article, I will be covering 10 additional dividend growth research candidates with moderate to higher yields in addition to the initial 30 that I presented in part 1 found here, part 2 found Read more about 10 Fairly Valued Dividend Growth Stocks for Total Return: Part 4[…]