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Randy Roeing

Randy Roeing has enjoyed a multi-faceted career in the financial industry spanning more than thirty years. From an initial start as a stockbroker for traditional securities firms--Reynolds Securities and Dean Witter--his passion for research and analysis steered him to more technical areas of the financial markets where he designed and implemented computerized trading programs for stocks and traded commodities on the floor of the Chicago Board of Trade. For the past two decades, he has authored and researched investment newsletters as well as provided consulting services to corporations around the globe. He obtained his MBA from DePaul University in 1991 and his Chartered Financial Analyst designation (CFA) in 1991.  

 

Meet George Putnam, III.

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Turnaround Investing Advice: Beware an Itchy Trigger Finger

In turnaround investing, the story will often “improve slowly at first, then all of a sudden.” Few things in investing are as frustrating as making a good call but selling the stock just before it takes off. Read More.

Market-Beating Profit: The 200+ Club

Turnaround stocks present a unique opportunity for savvy investors to buy in at bargain prices. Take a look at this list of just a few of our purchase recommendations that have realized a return rate of 200% or better:

* Bristow remains an our active purchase recommendation, currently as a "Hold," and 1,928% stock profit is as of 8/11/16.

Retail Turnaround Trio

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MoneyShow.com interviewed George to learn more about his favorite value stock picks for today's market. In "Retail Turnaround Trio," Steve Halpern highlights three of The Turnaround Letter's recently-profiled retailers: JWN, TIF and SPLS.

 

Putnam notes, "Well the retailing sector is undergoing very fundamental change as people move away from the bricks and mortar mall doors to buying more and more online but that's not going to wipe out all of the old-fashioned retailers. Starting the middle of 2015, investors just moved away from retailers en masse and a number of them are trading at about half the level they were a year ago. We thought some of the higher quality names that definitely will be survivors looked interesting."

 

Learn more about these three retail stocks poised for a turnaround.