Insider Buying/Insider Selling

The purchase of shares of stock in a corporation by someone who is employed by the company.

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The Inside Track on Insider Buying

Steve Cohen, the high profile hedge fund manager, narrowly escaped a prison sentence for trading on insider information. Yet cable billionaire John Malone’s recent insider buying of $16 million of Liberty Global shares, where he is Chairman of the Board and clearly knows a lot of non-public information, is perfectly legal and may be a valuable signal to investors. Can both be possible at the same time? The not-so-simple answer: yes, and no.
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Who Owns The Stock?

Year after year, many of the biggest winners on Wall Street are struggling companies that turn themselves around and return to favor with investors, but not every laggard is going to turn into a success story. You can improve your chances of spotting a successful opportunity by following some basic rules that apply to almost all turnarounds.
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Turnaround Investment Opportunities within the Maritime Transport Industry

Shipping Stocks: Good Upside If Rates Bottom

In “Shipping Stocks: Good Upside if Rates Bottom,” The Turnaround Letter explores battered shipping stocks. With tempting potential returns and dividend yields, these nine maritime enterprises make attractive turnaround candidates.
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Insider Buying: A Legal Tip

While insider trading is illegal, “insiders” are still allowed to buy and sell their company’s shares as long as they report all of that trading to the SEC. This information can be useful to other investors. [Examining nine companies that may exemplify a logical and legal way to make an informed investment in turnarounds…]
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Identify & Profit from Distressed Investing

Free Report: Turnaround Investing Mistakes

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Who wants to buy stocks right now? Nobody.

At best, the broad stock market’s 15.8% drop since its peak only three months ago on September 20 has been disconcerting. The deeper 23% plunge in small cap stocks, as measured by the Russell 2000 index: startling. For the weakest 9% of S&P500 stocks – often those with some type of unfavorable macro exposure – their average loss of 40% in such a brief time has been simply jaw-dropping. Read More.

EV/EBITDA: What Is It & Why Are We Using It More?

In reading recent editions of The Turnaround Letter, you have probably noticed that we are increasingly using EV/EBITDA as a valuation measure, rather than the better-known price/earnings multiple.  We thought it might be useful to describe this measure and why we like it.

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Turnaround Letter Stock Pick Named Top Performer of 2017

 

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What Last Year's Top Stock Pickers Are Buying in 2018

 

This Forbes write-up follows up on the recent Top Stock Tips report--naming The Turnaround Letter's Crocs recommendation the top performer of 2017: With 90% gains, CROX beat out 100 other investment ideas included in the report; and the stock continues to have value investing appeal, according to Putnam.

 

George notes, "We see additional upside for the stock in 2018 as management's efforts continue to bear fruit, though the gains will likely be more muted than we saw in 2017."