Another currently ineligible stock I plan to green thumb when it regains eligibility.
Insider ownership high and uptrended. Possible takeover target.
I'm guessing that most Fools would be willing to pay a higher multiple of book for a stock with a high current ratio than for a more average one.
Just how much difference should that make, all else being as nearly equal as possible?
To spare myself having to define this phrase in future pitches, it refers to companies that have lost money in the previous 12 months but are expected to be profitable this year by analysts. I am going to use (among oher things) the "transaction" numbers at http://www.finviz.com to see as nearly as possible if the company's officers share the analysts' optimism. [more]
As part of an effort to get my score back into positive territory I'm going to be entering picks on newly public stocks I used to ignore. An idea I had last week inspired this change in strategy. [more]
A currently ineligible stock I plan to green thumb when I can.
Current ratio high, insiders buying on the open market, and going from shrinking earnings to growing ones.