Meet George Putnam

George Putnam

A graduate of both Harvard Law School and Harvard Business School, George Putnam, III first became involved with distressed securities as a lawyer in the late 1970s. He founded New Generation Research, Inc. in 1986 after seeing the inefficient niche in which bankruptcies and turnarounds were researched.

Since the first issue of his flagship publication The Turnaround Letter hit the presses back in 1986, Putnam has always followed the same straight-forward, highly-profitable contrarian investment philosophy. Frequently quoted in Barron's, The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, USA Today and other financial publications, Putnam was named USA Today's investment advisor of the year in 1990. In addition to his responsibilities at New Generation Research, he also serves as a Trustee for The Putnam Companies, a mutual fund group with over $100 billion in assets. 

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Distressed Investing Blog

Distressed Investing Blog

Mining Value Stocks: Beginning to Dig Out?

Because the crystal ball on all of this is still pretty hazy, I am once again suggesting that you focus on the larger players with the stronger balance sheets. Many of the smaller, more leveraged miners and metals producers may not survive if commodity prices stay low for a prolonged period. Read More.

Turnaround Stock Strategies

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Dividend Turnaround Stock Picks

In this MoneyShow.com "Daily Guru" feature interview,George details three key advantages of dividend-paying turnaround stocks—and names four timely value investing stock picks suitable for conservative investors looking to cash in!

 

Dividend Turnaround Stocks