T11 Capital Management has taken a long position in 1347 Property Insurance Holdings Inc (NASDAQ:PIH) during the first quarter of 2016.
This article appeared first on The Stock Market Blueprint Blog. Price ratios are quick and easy metrics to use when analyzing investment opportunities. They tell investors how high or how low a stock is valued relative to a business’s financial results.
Not all value investors are the same. Those who follow the Ben Graham (or early Warren Buffett) approach tend to be opportunistic – they buy and sell all the time. Those who follow the (contemporary) Buffett approach tend to be long-term investors – they buy and hold.
In the first quarter of 2016, the preliminary monthly data for the number and value of new home sales throughout the United States indicates that the growth of the U.S. new home market has stalled out with respect to the previous quarter.
Good day everyone, and welcome to this Exxon Mobil Corporation First Quarter 2016 Earnings Conference Call. Today’s call is being recorded. At this time, I would like to turn the call over to the Vice President of Investor Relations & Secretary, Mr. Jeff Woodbury. Please go ahead. Thank you.
Dividend investors usually face a tradeoff. This is the choice between growth and income, and in most companies, it is one or the other.
Valuing a stock or company is one of the most difficult tasks in investing. Even the most seasoned investors may shy away from the challenge for a variety of reasons. However, determining whether a stock is trading at an attractive valuation is paramount to investment success.
A few months ago, I bought a low-volume stock, Oregon-based Willamette Valley Vineyards (WVVI). I had seen the company’s name on a screen of liquor stocks I occasionally run and was prompted to take a closer look when the company sent us a prospectus for a preferred stock offering.
When markets are high, investors in search of attractive companies often have to work the hardest due to the fact that the danger of overpaying becomes a significant and growing impediment to capital allocation.