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Microsoft's Next Move Could Earn You +1,900%

Microsoft announced Friday that it would begin to open retail stores and had hired a veteran Wal-Mart executive to run the initiative. Building a retail footprint for the world's No. 1 software maker will take time and money.  Microsoft has one but not the other. It can't wait any longer to make up the retail ground it has lost to Apple. I think that spells merger, and there's an obvious takeover candidate.

by Andy Obermueller | February 17, 2009
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Nathan Slaughter Explains Why Now is an Amazing Time to be a Value Investor

As editor of StreetAuthority's premium value investing newsletter, Half-Priced Stocks, Nathan Slaughter has developed a long and successful track record over the years by investing in deeply discounted stocks. Nathan uses advanced cash flow techniques along with a host of fundamental research to uncover quality stocks that are trading well below their actual intrinsic value. We recently sat down with Nathan to hear his thoughts on the market.

by Brad Briggs | February 13, 2009
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Three Value Strategies You Can Use to Beat the Market Today

The market is in turmoil, economic growth has flat-lined, companies are struggling to survive and investors are in full panic mode. This is the perfect recipe for value investors.  With valuations at their lowest levels in years, the market is offering some of the best opportunities I've ever seen. Three areas in particular are showing the best chance for value investors right now.

by Nathan Slaughter | February 10, 2009
This 'Hated' $6 Billion Cash Machine Is Selling For Cheap

If cash flow is king, this stock is royalty of the highest order -- and it's an incredible bargain right now.

by Admin Admin | December 31, 1969
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Attention, GARP Investors: 4 High-Upside Small-Cap Stocks

In a market with few bargains, these small companies stand out for their combination of growth prospects and bargain prices.

by David Sterman | December 31, 1969