Two energy issues have passed our screen for low-price to book value stocks; both stocks have price to book ratios of less than two, Value Line Financial Strength rating of B++ or better, and forecasted EPS growth during the next 12 months of 15% or higher, notes J. Royden Ward, editor of Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Letter.
When it comes to one of the most complete providers of design, engineering, construction, fabrication, maintenance, and environmental services, MoneyShow's Jim Jubak, also of Jubak's Picks, thinks your decision to hold or sell depends on your view of the current market.
This company's recent deal—while a solid deal that is good for the company—also indicates that the market has gotten much better…and faster at pricing acquisitions in one sector, warns MoneyShow's Jim Jubak, also of Jubak's Picks.
I have heard many investors argue that there just aren't any good values in this market and that stocks have moved too far, too fast. I have several rebuttals to this statement, argues Chuck Carlson, editor of DRIP Investor.
The Prince of Saudi Arabia is ready to welcome North America's new-found oil bounty into his kingdom with open arms, writes April Yee, of The National, but this view contradicts Opec predictions for the group.
As long as investors remain selective, there are more opportunities in the MLP sector, suggests Peter Staas of Capitalist Times. Here, he looks at spinoffs and takeovers, along with some favorite ideas to benefit from rising US exports.
An upsurge in domestic energy production is a boon to transportation and storage firms in the energy sector, suggests Elliott Gue, editor of Energy and Income Advisor. Here are his picks among growth, yield, and value situations.
David Crane has been one of the most vocal and forward-leaning CEOs—advocating a revolution in the way tradition-focused electric utilities and power generators think about delivering their product, explains David Dittman in the Utility Forecaster.
Our latest recommendation is a high-yield play in the energy sector; it is set up in a way that avoids the tax complications associated with a master limited partnership, notes Mark Skousen, editor of Forecasts & Strategies.