A Closer Look at ACCO Brands

While any investment I make is ultimately the result of my own research and analysis, I always like to check out what others are saying or thinking about a particular company. It's critical that any investment be made based on sound analysis and reasoning, not the mood of the crowd, and there are smart sources that have enough credibility to take note.

That's why when I saw that the Value Line Investment Survey predicted shares of ACCO Brands (ACCO), an office products manufacturer known for its Swingline staplers and AT-A-GLANCE calendars, could quadruple in the next three to five years, I decided to look a little closer. From my initial screening of the company, such a prediction doesn't seem farfetched. Such a huge upside potential suggests a potentially wide margin of safety: A stock with the potential to quadruple suggests that you are buying a buck for a quarter. ...315 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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