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

Make Sure Analysts' Opinions Pass the Smell Test

Make Sure Analysts' Opinions Pass the Smell Test

Research from Value Line, S&P, Morningstar and the like are useful when looking at stocks, but before acting on the suggestions, remember to take a whiff and see if they're no good.

How Sweet It Is to Write Puts

How Sweet It Is to Write Puts

Let's look at the joy of selling puts, using J.M. Smucker as an example.

Home Shopping Network's Owner Poised for Profits

Home Shopping Network's Owner Poised for Profits

Qurate Retail Group's chairman, CEO and media magnate John Malone each made significant buys totaling more than 1.9 million shares in the company -- that's a good sign.

Piece Together a Winning Investment With TILE

Piece Together a Winning Investment With TILE

With an extremely undervalued stock like Interface, Inc. during late August, there's a strong chance options can provide a good high risk, high return play.

Did We Just See 'The Turn'?

Did We Just See 'The Turn'?

The long road that saw most technology and other growth stocks far outperform more mundane issues may have finally come to an end.

This Stock Has Proven Growth, but Now at Bargain Price

This Stock Has Proven Growth, but Now at Bargain Price

Assuming just a regression-to-the-mean valuation on Korn Ferry's fiscal 2020 estimate suggests an end of April 2021, target price north of $52 -- far from the upper limit.

Expect Few 'Struggles' Seeing Upside With This Stock

Expect Few 'Struggles' Seeing Upside With This Stock

Heidrick & Struggles is small-cap firm with strong fundamentals and poised to catch up soon.

American Eagle Shows Importance of Investor Homework

American Eagle Shows Importance of Investor Homework

After analysts varied on their views of the retailer following better-than-expected earnings, learn how to play volatility and think for yourself.

Here's a State of the Art Stock

Here's a State of the Art Stock

State Street qualifies as an almost perfect stock: It's high quality and has a decent yield, while offering substantial upside.

This Stock Is Now Power-ed on Three Fronts

This Stock Is Now Power-ed on Three Fronts

Manpower Group is seeing significant un-reflected value from past performance, glowing future prospects for the coming three to five years, and a future currency-related rise due to an eventual weakening of the dollar.