If you’re not on board the stock, there’s no rush. Wait for a better entry point in a more constructive market.
Church & Dwight owns the Arm & Hammer, OxiClean and Trojan brands, as well as some smaller, faster-growing brands. But even after a 35% climb in 18 months, Church & Dwight still looks strong and poised for further gains.
Restoration Hardware (RH) has been on my watch list for a long time. Believe it or not, I’ve been watching the stock for about a year—it was my Top Pick at the 2014 Cabot Investors Conference, nearly one year ago—and now, after a ton of starts and stops, shares look poised to get going.
By Timothy Lutts
on August 27, 2015
Everyone remembers their first market crash. Mine was October 19, 1987, when the Dow fell 508 points (22.6%) in one day. This, of course, was before we all had computers on our desks (and in our pockets) to keep us up to date on what was happening. All we had were telephones—and unanswered questions about how some poorly understood computer-trading programs had allowed this to happen.Read More >
By J. Royden Ward
on August 25, 2015
My value approach seems contrary to the thinking of most investors, but I believe selling when the market is high and buying when the market is low makes sense. Read More >
By Paul Goodwin
on August 21, 2015
Yes, cash is the gift that keeps on giving, especially when you have a high percentage of it in your growth portfolio, and most especially when stock markets are (as my mother would say) having a hissy fit.Read More >