Soak Up the Sunshine State

A few weeks ago, we were all looking to London because of the Olympics. Being a timely person, I wrote about some U.K. companies worth considering as investment opportunities. This week, with the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla., let's look at investment-worthy companies in the Sunshine State.

Miami-based World Fuel Services (INT) markets and finances aviation, marine and ground-transportation fuel products. The strategy I created based on the writings of Peter Lynch likes World Fuel Services. This strategy emphasizes the PEG ratio, which is price-to-earnings relative to growth and is a measure of the cost of growth to the investor. A PEG of 1.0 or less is acceptable, and World Fuel Services has a yield-adjusted PEG of 0.66. Also in its favor is a very manageable level of debt....306 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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