They may not make his buy list, but should they make yours?
A company's quality will now be better reflected in its stars.
Consider these three things before buying a stock.
High customer switching costs give these companies an advantage.
Does that cheap stock have temporary or permanent problems?
These companies actually benefit from tough times.
Manager of Weitz Partners Value Fund still likes telecom stocks.
We took our chips off the table to upgrade the portfolio's health.
Fear and uncertainty will mean continued bad news for the markets.
The stock's decline presents a buying opportunity for patient investors willing to stomach volatility.
We think these stocks will underperform if purchased at current prices.
There's one key ingredient to the Oracle's investment success.
Competitive issues may soon become more prominent.
Wednesday's Fed rate cut is probably already priced into these stocks.
Despite a massive restructuring plan, the company may be sinking.
Musicland acquisition is exciting, but raises some worrisome issues.
These stocks' compelling valuations outweigh near-term risks.
Stock has a lot more upside than downside potential at current levels.
Though the economy is softening, the company's future is rock solid.
Despite weak consumer spending, the company's gaining market share.
But with a turnaround still uncertain, the stock will remain volatile.
The stock may be down, but it's not out.
The company's long-term issues outweigh cost-cutting benefits.
But the company has a weak spot: Shockwave.com.
Company's results are great, but the stock has gotten ahead of itself.
Cutthroat competition, weak pricing will continue to take a toll.
Short-term problems create a buying opportunity.
If Home Depot's stock falls much further, it's time to jump in.
The worst may be over, but the long-term outlook is still clouded.
The latest announcement is yet another strike against the company.
Despite a weak retail environment, the company is on the right track.
With an impeccable balance sheet, the company has lots of options.
Wait for evidence the retailer has a turnaround in place.
Latest earnings release is good but not good enough.
Massive changes are needed before retailer's stock can recover.
Investors would be wise to take a wait-and-see attitude.
Investors should only buy the stock on dips.
With expenses under control, the company's stock looks good right now.
With evidence that a turnaround is under way, the stock looks cheap.
Though the stock is pricey, long-term trends bode well for the firm.
Expense controls are working, but topline growth is stagnant.
Now is a good time for investors to consider buying the stock again.
The company's troubles could be the start of a vicious cycle.
The software company's stock looks like a great buy at its current price.
Growth in core products is predictably strong.
Cutthroat competition has taken a toll on firm's profitability.
Shockwave.com spin-off should be a hit with investors.
Until it solves its dilemma, investors should avoid the stock.
Add-on services are driving the company's growth rate.
Stock slides, but brand name and expansion opportunities offer upside.