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New Stocks In Magic Formula Investing for Week of 7/27/2014

July 27, 2014 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: LO , ORCL , USNA

Magic Formula Investing (MFI), as described by hedge fund manager Joel Greenblatt in The Little Book that Beats the Market, consists of ranking stocks byearnings yield (cheap) and return on capital (quality), adding the rankings together, and buying from the resulting lists. Below are stocks that have moved into, and dropped out of, 3 of the MFI screens used by MagicDiligence:  [more]

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Outerwall (OUTR) Is Too Cheap, Could Go Up 48%

July 25, 2014 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: OUTR , NFLX , AMZN

Outerwall (OUTR) is a stock I've seen pop up recently on our MagicDiligence screens. It is especially intriguing because, despite a very cheap valuation, Outerwall has a 5-year compound annual revenue growth rate of 17.7%. Growth-at-a-ridiculous-price is my kind of GARP, so let's dig a bit more into the stock and see if the cursory potential is realized under the microscope.  [more]

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Changes in the Magic Formula Screens for Week of 7/20/14

July 20, 2014 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: LO , MSFT , SYMC

Magic Formula Investing (MFI), as described by hedge fund manager Joel Greenblatt in The Little Book that Beats the Market, consists of ranking stocks byearnings yield (cheap) and return on capital (quality), adding the rankings together, and buying from the resulting lists. Below are stocks that have moved into, and dropped out of, 3 of the MFI screens used by MagicDiligence:  [more]

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This Tiny Magic Formula Stock Could Have 55% Upside

July 17, 2014 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: NHTC , HLF , NUS

One of the great things about the Magic Formula® (MFI) strategy is that it can dig up attractive investment opportunities for any size companies.  [more]

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Why Kellogg Is Not A Real Value Stock

June 26, 2014 – Comments (1) | RELATED TICKERS: K , KRFT

A few weeks back we examined Kraft (KRFT), a Magic Formula® Investing (MFI) stock that we were not sure deserved that status. Sure enough, we found that Kraft's treatment of pension assets severely skewed the results of its underlying businesses, making the stock look far cheaper than it actually was. It has performed fairly well since, but NOT because of a deep value valuation.  [more]

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