- 3 of the Best Startups I Wish I Could Invest In
Investing in hot IPOs can be a disaster for your portfolio, but a handful of truly disruptive companies would be a buy at any price. Here are three no-brainer buys ... if only they were public.
- The Wal-Mart of Gas Stations Is Selling Cheap
Placed at or near Wal-Marts all over, Murphy USA fill stations and convenience stores use the same strategy as its neighbor to beat the competition: volume. The best part: The stock is still significantly undervalued.
- Sears Hometown and Outlets Offers Investors a Do-Over
After almost doubling from its spinoff price, Sears Hometown and Outlets stock is back down to its entry level. In the meantime, the long-term appeal to the stock hasn't changed. Move beyond the name of the company and look at the underlying value.
- DISH Network's Core Business Strengthens, but What Comes Next?
The satellite TV provider showed better-than-expected results on Tuesday. But investors are mainly concerned with where the multiyear, multibillion-dollar effort to create a wireless network will lead.
- Chiquita May Still Be Undervalued
This big-time banana brand has had some hiccups in its turnaround process, but fundamentals are intact. As conditions improve in the coming year, today's stock price looks cheap.