A New Way to Learn MoreNot sure what turnaround investing is? Put simply, I look for companies that have a significant disparity between their stock values and their underlying business values. Generally, I stick with plain-vanilla, "real" companies in a small- to mid-cap universe. I don't buy tech, and I don't buy into mutual funds. I don't pay much attention to Wall Street research, either. What I do, however, is sift through a universe of 800 stocks, looking for valuation treasures. Interested in finding out more? Although I generally write once or twice a week for RealMoney, I receive lots of email requests for more turnaround ideas -- and many readers have specifically asked me to do a newsletter. My newsletter,
A Sample TasteI'm still on RealMoney.com, just as always, penning my columns regularly and contributing to the Columnist Conversation. But if you want more than what I already do for RealMoney.com, consider signing up for this newsletter. Here's a peek into the archives at the first three issues:
- Edition No. 1: I analyzed and recommended three new turnaround stocks, companies that aren't on my current list of Top 10 Turnaround Candidates. Edition No. 2: I targeted two turnaround traps. These are "value" stocks that you'll recognize, and they're held by some of the most popular value money managers. I did a detailed analysis that showed you why it's a mistake to fall into the trap of owning them. Edition No. 3: I analyzed another turnaround stock that could end up as a real success story.