Take-Two Interactive Software-Fundamental Analysis

Per the request of a subscriber to our YouTube channel, I offer the following analyze out loud video on Take-Two Interactive Software. However, this is not a stock that I have researched in the past.  Therefore, I will simply be presenting a by-the-numbers look at the company’s historical fundamental achievements.  Take-Two is a growth stock Read more about Take-Two Interactive Software-Fundamental Analysis[…]

Electronic Arts Inc.: Rationally Valued Based on History Overvalued Based on Future Growth

At the request of one of our subscribers to our YouTube channel I offer the following analyze out loud video on the growth stock Electronic Arts, Inc (EA).  In the long run, earnings determine market price and the rate of change of earnings growth will determine a company’s valuation past, present and future.  In recent Read more about Electronic Arts Inc.: Rationally Valued Based on History Overvalued Based on Future Growth[…]

3M Company: It Didn’t Take a Crystal Ball to See That It Was Overvalued: Part 3

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[…]

What Can I Expect to Make If I Invest in Johnson & Johnson Today?

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?[…]

The Final 10 of 50 Faster Growing Dividend Growth Stocks: Part 5

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[…]

10 Fairly Valued Dividend Growth Stocks for Total Return: Part 4

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[…]

The S&P 500 is Overvalued These 10 Dividend Growth Stocks Are Not: Part 3

Introduction This is the third 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 20 that I presented in part 1 found here and Read more about The S&P 500 is Overvalued These 10 Dividend Growth Stocks Are Not: Part 3[…]

10 More of 50 Fairly-Valued Dividend Growth Stocks Offering Moderately High Yields: Part 2

Introduction This is the second 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 in addition to the initial 10 that I presented in part 1 found here. Furthermore, I wanted to be clear Read more about 10 More of 50 Fairly-Valued Dividend Growth Stocks Offering Moderately High Yields: Part 2[…]

While Most Dividend Growth Stocks Remain Too Expensive – Here Are 50 That Are Not! Part 1 of 5

Introduction The Great Recession of 2008 – which ended in the spring of 2009 – brought on one of the greatest and longest bull markets in modern history.  For true value-oriented dividend growth investors, the recession created a virtual cornucopia of excellent dividend growth stock investment opportunities that existed until the end of August 2013.  Read more about While Most Dividend Growth Stocks Remain Too Expensive – Here Are 50 That Are Not! Part 1 of 5[…]