This Canadian cinema operator has built a fantastic track record, rooted in its 77% market share and its control of about 95% of the on-screen ad market. It also generates the highest cash-per-patron figures in the industry, explains David Dittman, editor of Canadian Edge.
Carl Delfeld, editor of Capital Gains, takes investors around the world, with a look at his current favorite stock ideas—a bank in Europe, a Japanese robotics firm, an oil explorer in Canada, a Mexican infrastructure play, and an Australian miner.
While we are well aware there will be ups and downs, we believe the long-term price for oil can only go up, and the companies that control oil reserves will do very well, forecasts Briton Ryle in The Wealth Advisory.
The market was not impressed by the recent bid from this leading gold mining company, and that may have more to do with ore grades than absolute price, writes MoneyShow's Jim Jubak, also of Jubak's Picks, who thinks companies with higher grades may reap even more rewards.
For his favorite speculative idea for the coming year, Benj Gallander, editor of Contra the Hard Investment Letter, looks to a high-risk, low-priced stock. As an aside, we caution that this idea is only suitable for those fully-aware of the inherent risks of a stock trading below $1 per share.