Paul Price

Dr. Price joined Merrill Lynch in 1987 and over the next 13 years worked with A.G. Edwards, Wheat First and Ferris, Baker Watts. Dr. Price enjoyed enough success to retire in October 2000, but he continues to write and give investment seminars.

Recent Articles By The Author

TTEC Holdings Has an Alluring Upside

TTEC Holdings Has an Alluring Upside

The current share price smells like opportunity to me.

How Wall Street Works

How Wall Street Works

Sally Beauty Holdings provides a good example.

Profit by Focusing on Net Profit Margins

Profit by Focusing on Net Profit Margins

The key business statistic can be quite predictive about what's likely to occur with a stock's price.

Prosper by Understanding Trade Consequences

Prosper by Understanding Trade Consequences

My experience with Simon Property Group shares and options illustrates how it can be done.

Equifax: One Year Later

Equifax: One Year Later

Buying cheaply, when others are unexcited about a stock, almost always leads to nice gains.

Gold's Price Is Guaranteed to Do This

Gold's Price Is Guaranteed to Do This

The answer is fluctuate, which makes sagging ASA Gold and Precious Metals attractive now.

Affiliated Managers Group a Steal of a Deal

Affiliated Managers Group a Steal of a Deal

The asset management company's shares haven't been this favorably priced in a decade.

Smooth Sailing With Royal Caribbean

Smooth Sailing With Royal Caribbean

Cruise ship operator Royal Caribbean boosted its quarterly payout by 16.7% on Sep. 6, proving executives feel that current good times for the industry are likely to last or even improve.

As DSW Shows, Don't Wait for Good News

As DSW Shows, Don't Wait for Good News

The shoe retailer serves as an example of how to play a quality name when it's out of favor.

Berkshire's Best Days May Be Over

Berkshire's Best Days May Be Over

Jettison the shares now -- and buy back in later more cheaply.