Arne Alsin

Arne Alsin is the founder and principal of Alsin Capital Management, a California-based investment adviser. ACM is a private money management firm specializing in value and turnaround stocks. Previously he worked for the international accounting firm KPMG Peat Marwick.

Recent Articles By The Author

Alsin's Top Ten for 2010: Part 3

These final four picks for next year are set up for big, big upside.

Alsin's Top Ten for 2010: Part 2

You need to go deep to find companies with the best value -- and the biggest payoff.

Alsin's Top Ten for 2010: Part 1

RealMoney's Arne Alsin says small-cap companies still offer some of the best opportunities for value and growth.

Value Investing's Golden Rule: Whirlpool, GE

Value Investing's Golden Rule: Whirlpool, GE

After a market selloff, your risk profile drops and your upside potential rises. Let this principle be your map as you navigate these choppy waters.

Don't Fear Price, Focus on Value: Whirlpool

Price vacillates, but value is stable. 'Quote risk' can derail a novice investor. Here's how to overcome fears and spot value plays, with an example of such an opportunity.