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

Sometimes Bad News Means Good Buys

Sometimes Bad News Means Good Buys

With the right stocks, such as Energy Transfer, hard-to-swallow headlines can send share prices down, but then later lead to big rebounds.

This Stock Is Sure to Float Your Boat (and Your Portfolio)

This Stock Is Sure to Float Your Boat (and Your Portfolio)

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings is the very epitome of a classic growth company -- at a bargain price.

If I Could Only Take One New Position, This Would Be It

If I Could Only Take One New Position, This Would Be It

Now at a bargain price, Alliance Data Systems is a great bet, and ready for a catch up.

This Big-Name Stock Just Won't 'Work'

This Big-Name Stock Just Won't 'Work'

Here's why much-hyped Workday just doesn't look like a good investment (hint, it's never shown positive cash flow or profitable quarters).

Ratings on This Major Clothing Brand Make No Sense

Ratings on This Major Clothing Brand Make No Sense

No wonder why investors are confused: A look at data on Ralph Lauren by analysts shows conflicting advice and numbers.

Here's the First Step to Getting Rich

Here's the First Step to Getting Rich

With this simple lifestyle fix, you can start increasing your wealth, rather than letting it slip away.

You Could Call This Stock a 'Shoe' Thing

You Could Call This Stock a 'Shoe' Thing

Formerly Brown Shoe, Caleres is sure to step up for investors.

Taking a Scientific Approach to Williams-Sonoma

Taking a Scientific Approach to Williams-Sonoma

Let's look at the retailer through fact-based lens to see whether it could add to your portfolio.

Let Your Portfolio Soar With This Retail Stock

Let Your Portfolio Soar With This Retail Stock

Here's a novel way to play American Eagle Outfitters, while the retailer is a bargain.

Why Let Go When You're at the Bottom?

Why Let Go When You're at the Bottom?

A look at past downturns shows why you should harness your emotions to become a better investor.