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

ABM Is a Mundane Business at a Good Price

ABM Is a Mundane Business at a Good Price

Janitorial services and elevator maintenance are big predictable businesses.

The Hard Trade Is the Best Trade

The Hard Trade Is the Best Trade

Stericycle is poised for a profitable rebound for those with courage.

Want Big Gains? Dare to Buy Low

Want Big Gains? Dare to Buy Low

Here are three stocks the market hates right now that should provide out sized returns.

After a Plunge -- The Safest Time to Play

After a Plunge -- The Safest Time to Play

Campbell Soup and Nordstrom offer opportunities for the bold.

Cardinal Health: Top Quality, Major Upside

Cardinal Health: Top Quality, Major Upside

Short-term pain should lead to long-term gains, especially for investors buying in now.

Stop Complaining About Irrational Markets -- Profit From Them

Stop Complaining About Irrational Markets -- Profit From Them

Two examples of stocks offering discounted opportunities.

Profit From Irrational Markets

Profit From Irrational Markets

Tractor Supply and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings offering discounted opportunities.

Cognizant: Mercedes Quality, Chevy Price

Cognizant: Mercedes Quality, Chevy Price

Shares of Cognizant Technologies are poised for a rebound.

A Royal Opportunity

A Royal Opportunity

Packaging giant Crown Holdings is seeing shares held back by pending legal settlement.

Play the Dip on AmerisourceBergen

Play the Dip on AmerisourceBergen

A low risk stock with a moderate upside makes sense.