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

Lotteries Are for Losers: Kick the Habit and Become a Millionaire

Lotteries Are for Losers: Kick the Habit and Become a Millionaire

Statistically lotteries are for losers only.

Kick the Lottery Habit and Become a Millionaire

Kick the Lottery Habit and Become a Millionaire

Statistically lotteries are for losers only.

McKesson Hasn't Provided This Good a Value in a Decade

McKesson Hasn't Provided This Good a Value in a Decade

McKesson is a high-quality name with a very depressed valuation.

Time to Minimize Your Tax Bill With Tax-Loss Selling

Time to Minimize Your Tax Bill With Tax-Loss Selling

Underwater positions on stocks you feel lukewarm about are prime candidates for tax selling.

Premier Growth, Reasonably Priced

Premier Growth, Reasonably Priced

BlackRock's long-term track record has been excellent.

Is Hain Celestial Too Cheap to Resist?

Is Hain Celestial Too Cheap to Resist?

Hain is very cheap by historical standards.

Analysts' Actions Can Be Hazardous to Your Wealth

Analysts' Actions Can Be Hazardous to Your Wealth

As some prior assessments of this stock show, Wall Street analysts can often be mistaken.

Williams-Sonoma's Shares Are Ripe for a Significant Rebound

Williams-Sonoma's Shares Are Ripe for a Significant Rebound

Williams-Sonoma's long-term price growth makes it very tradable for those willing to buy it when it's out of favor, as it is now.

Manpower Is a Premier Growth Company With a Decidedly Cheap Valuation

Manpower Is a Premier Growth Company With a Decidedly Cheap Valuation

Why chase high-flying, expensive stocks when bargains like Manpower offer big upside with very low risk?

Thor Industries Drives Home Point of What 'Outrageously Cheap' Looks Like

Thor Industries Drives Home Point of What 'Outrageously Cheap' Looks Like

The RV maker's shares have not been this low based on valuation since the dark days of 2008.