"It takes a gutsy investor to buy a stock when it's down and the bad news about the company shows little sign of abating. But such bottom-fishing can be enormously profitable if you're right about the long-term prospects of an outfit for which the here-and-now crowd on Wall Street has no patience. Take The Turnaround Letter, for example. Buying out-of-favor stocks has made it one of the best-performing investment newsletters in the business"
- Kiplinger Personal Finance