Two Names Worth a Nibble

One of the nice things about the value investing approach is that it leaves you sufficient time for both adequate research and outside activities. This weekend, in addition to reading various newspapers and running screens, I still had time to watch the hoops tournaments, make a killer corned beef dinner and do some recreational reading. The results of one of my screen searches may be of particular interest and use to investors and traders alike.

In his book, The Intelligent Investor, Ben Graham spilt investors into two camps: the enterprising investor and the defensive investor. While the vast majority of my activities fall into the enterprising investor classification, looking for stocks suited to the defensive investor is still worthwhile. I often find bargains I have overlooked and the results contain information about the condition of the stocks market itself....517 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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