First thing: keeping track of what my expenses actually are is working out great. I only bought my lunch for work one time and I think I can keep it up. We'll see how it goes this weekend, which is when I normally spend the most.
ENR: Check ou the chart
I keep watching this one and I'm waiting for it to stabilize. The only thing that has interest me so far is the graph because I find it pretty interesting. Is it a good company? I have no clue. It's the company that makes batteries, energizer, so you would think it would be relatively stable. Depending on the economic environment, it could be a safer stock to own. I haven't looked any of the financials, and I don't even know if I will, but I'm watching the chart.
If you have any opinions on the fundamentals of ENR, email them my way.
Interesting article on Spin-offs. Quick article and I think it's worth a read.
I keep reading articles about another hedge fund fraud. Today was about a small one where the so called mathematical model genius manager was actually lying about performance. When investors thought he had over $40 million, the fund was actually down to around $14 million.
I'm glad I work for a good one!
I haven't had any time to look through stocks, but I went through a quick MSN screen the other day. I might not have any time, but I figured someone out there may want to check out some of these stocks.
The screen was based on: market cap between 125 and 450 million, ROE >10%, revenue growth year vs year >15%, debt/equity <1.0,>15%
I tried to set it up looking for growth stocks that are small in terms or market cap