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

Buy/Write Combinations: A Powerful Tool

Buy/Write Combinations: A Powerful Tool

A relatively simple trade structure called a buy/write combination is one of the best techniques for making nice total returns while also obtaining decent 'margins of safety.'

McDonald's Has Less Than Tasty Prospects

McDonald's Has Less Than Tasty Prospects

McDonald's carries a high-quality reputation that has masked lukewarm growth.

Tap Into This Buying Opportunity

Tap Into This Buying Opportunity

Molson Coors is now cheap enough and healthy enough to be a good stock to own.

Banking on Wells Fargo's Stock

Banking on Wells Fargo's Stock

As much as I abhor the firm's prior business practices, I've got to give the numbers their due.

Playing What Hasn't Moved Off Its December Lows Just Yet

Playing What Hasn't Moved Off Its December Lows Just Yet

Bunge is still hovering in the range of its December lows but appears poised for a big bounce.

Good Things Come to Those Who Wait

Good Things Come to Those Who Wait

Undervalued shares can get even cheaper in the short run but eventually they play catch up, running much higher.

How the Insider Sell/Buy Ratio Predicted This Rise

How the Insider Sell/Buy Ratio Predicted This Rise

And how you can use it for stock picking.

Sally Beauty Has Lovely Upside Potential

Sally Beauty Has Lovely Upside Potential

Sally Beauty just reported 54 cents per share for its best fiscal first quarter in history.

Every Dog Has Its Day

Every Dog Has Its Day

There's every reason to think Pitney Bowes is once again primed for a major upturn.

A Textbook Example of Regression to the Mean

A Textbook Example of Regression to the Mean

At its current price American Express offers modest upside without a lot of risk.