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When is the PEG Ratio Superior to the P/E Ratio? Part 2

2016-11-03

Research Articles

Introduction Financial metrics such as P/E ratios, price to cash flow ratios, PEG ratios, price to sales ratios, price to book value, and many others, should be thought of as tools in the investor’s toolbox.  They can all be useful when appropriately utilized towards putting together a successful stock portfolio.  However, just as you wouldn’t […]

7 Intriguing Healthcare Growth Stocks in the S&P 500: Part 2

2016-08-11

Research Articles

Introduction The S&P 500 index is commonly used as a benchmark that investors use to measure the performance of their individual portfolios against.  However, the S&P 500 is comprised of a very diverse group of companies.  Just about every classification of company you can imagine can be found in the S&P 500.  Furthermore, it is […]

Choosing Common Stocks That Make Sense for Your Retirement Portfolio: Part 2

2015-09-17

Research Articles

Choosing Common Stocks That Make Sense for Your Retirement Portfolio: Part 2 Introduction Choosing the most appropriate stocks for the common stock portion of your retirement portfolio is vitally important.  In part 1 of this series found here I presented the 6 broad categories of stocks (businesses) that renowned mutual fund manager Peter Lynch presented […]

My Top 10 Fairly Valued Fast-Growing Stocks

2013-05-14

Research Articles

Introduction This is part two of a series on investing for growth, part one can be found here. One of my primary objectives for preparing this series is to dispel some of the common myths that many investors hold regarding investing for growth.  For example, many believe that growth stocks are, by definition, riskier than […]

Stocks 2014: Investing for Growth – The Power and Protection of High Compounding Earnings Growth – Part 2

2013-01-16

Research Articles

As I become more mature (translate: gotten older), my investment philosophy has slowly evolved into a more conservative posture.  When I was a younger investor I felt I had time on my side, and therefore, was willing to take on greater risk as long as I believed that greater rewards could follow.  In other words, […]

Maybe Diversification Is Not All It’s Cracked Up To Be

2012-04-19

Research Articles

There’s an old cliché about real estate investing that states that the three cardinal rules are: location- location- location.  Clever pundits have borrowed upon this refrain and glibly state that the three most important or cardinal rules of investing are: diversify- diversify- diversify. However, careful analysis will reveal that diversification is a multifaceted concept that […]

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