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Week 14 Breakout Forecast: Short-Term Picks To Give You An Edge

Market conditions continue with extreme volatility. The Market Momentum Gauge indicators are now a subscription based forecasting feature to help gauge the expected momentum conditions for the week ahead. The total return of the Breakout Stock selections since the January 2017 formation is shown on the chart below:

Total Return Chart: +67.40%

This week I have selected 8 breakout....More>>>

Best Value Stocks To Watch Right Now

Elevator Pitch

UOL Group (OTCPK:UOLGY) [UOL:SP] is valued by the market at a 35% discount to my sum-of-the-parts (SOTP) valuation. I believe that this is unwarranted because of the high proportion of stable, recurring income that UOL derives from investment properties and hotels, and the suite of tools that the company has at its disposal to unlock value. Assuming the SOTP discount for UOL....More>>>

Top Warren Buffett Stocks To Own Right Now

For every investor hoping to find the next Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) success story, there remains a real question if one would even be able to identify the company in its infancy if they saw it being formed. Biglari Holdings, Inc. (BH) remains a controversial investment opportunity that has taken on many familiar attributes of the greater “BH.” Yet, there remains a cloudy haze over....More>>>

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Heading into the third quarter, the share price of Chicago Bridge & Iron (NYSE:CBI) looks incredibly depressed. As of the time of this writing, shares of the business are going for $27.80 which, although are 6.4% above their 52-week low, are still trading about 40% lower than their 52-week high. In what follows, I intend to go over some of the data regarding the company, detailing what analysts....More>>>

Top 10 Performing Stocks To Own For 2018

Many of you are familiar with my “worst-to-first” strategy of investing in Dow stocks. The investment concept was the subject of my book, Winning With the Dow’s Losers, explains Chuck Carlson, dividend expert and editor of DRIP Investor.

In a nutshell, the strategy says that the Dow’s worst performers in one year tend to bounce back nicely the following year.....More>>>