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April 2012

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Magic Formula Investing Weekly Roundup 4/29/2012

April 29, 2012 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: MD , MCK , DAR

Magic Formula Investing (MFI), as described by hedge fund manager Joel Greenblatt in The Little Book that Beats the Market, consists of ranking stocks by earnings 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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Magic Formula Investing Weekly Roundup 4/22/2012

April 22, 2012 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: AMAT , NVDA , STX

Magic Formula Investing (MFI), as described by hedge fund manager Joel Greenblatt in The Little Book that Beats the Market, consists of ranking stocks by earnings 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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For Investment Success, Choose CRAP Stocks

April 04, 2012 – Comments (1) | RELATED TICKERS: MSFT , GILD , DLB

The safest and most reliable path to stock market success is to invest in CRAP stocks.

The strategy we follow, Joel Greenblatt's Magic Formula® Investing (MFI), is a great mechanical, qualitative screen for digging up candidates. But to find the CRAPpiest of stocks, we need to get our hands dirty and dig our noses into the financial statements, conference calls, SEC filings, and industry research. Only then can our portfolios come out smelling like roses.  [more]

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Magic Formula Investing Weekly Roundup 4/1/2012

April 01, 2012 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: ORCL , TRW , UTHR

Magic Formula Investing (MFI), as described by hedge fund manager Joel Greenblatt in The Little Book that Beats the Market, consists of ranking stocks by earnings 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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