Looks Like JACK's 15 Minutes Are Already Up

This week's Value Investing Congress included a presentation from Ryan Fusaro, a 27-year-old analyst who won the Value Investment Challenge. That contest had attracted 110 stock ideas from all comers, and a panel of unnamed money managers was tasked with narrowing these down to three finalists. In American Idol fashion, the public then selected Mr. Fusaro, and his choice of Jack in the Box (JACK), as the competition's winner.

Business Insider said he "wowed" everyone with this amazing find. He placed a $57 target on Jack in the Box, whose shares closed Tuesday at $27.40, and his investment thesis is detailed in the linked story above....205 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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