By Dividendinvestr:We analyzed the stocks which have been recommended by Cramer on Mad Money during the last 30 days. We don't think we have heard the end of the European debt crisis yet. As such, we prefer investing in Cramer's fundamentally strong stock picks. Using the stock screener at finviz.com, we picked the stocks with the lowest PE ratios and the low debt ratios.
An article by Christian Hudspeth on Business Insider promises to teach you in four minutes how to tell whether it’s time to sell a stock. The premise of this article is fundamentally flawed. Investors who follow his advice may be disappointed.
ByBenedict Tubuo (Beevest):Some stocks fall into the category of what I term "Least Common Multiple Stocks" -LCMS. I call them that because they are positioned to fundamentally support a segment without being or becoming the halo stock of the segment. They provide the best measured upside potential and downside protection required for informed risk taking. They support growth but do not grow as fast as the companies they support.
By MyPlanIQ:We continue to experience market volatility and low interest rates that provide a challenging environment for those looking for growth and income from their stock portfolio. I recently reviewed 6 Stocks Under $10 Undervalued By Graham With Quarterly Gains which uses the Graham number to search for value stocks.
By Dividendinvestr:Dividend stocks deliver income and perform much better than the rest of the market, both during market downturns and on average. Among 104 stocks that were recommended on Jim Cramer's Mad Money during the last 30 days, we have selected our 9 favorite dividend stocks with strong fundamentals. All stocks in our list have Total Debt/Equity ratios of lower than 0.7, P/E ratios lower than 15 and dividend yields higher than 3%. We obtained market data from Finviz.