The Berman Value Folio is a groundbreaking monthly investment report aimed at identifying undervalued stocks through interactive analysis. Portfolio Manager James Berman, president and founder of JBGlobal.com, guides you through his rationale for specific companies.
He examines the key business drivers and "stress tests" the company to see if the value holds up under bearish scenarios. He also invites you to test your own assumptions by linking to Trefis.com. No canned commentary with a limited shelf life, this is a real-time report that can be altered with your own inputs. James has a fifteen year history of uncovering value for his clients; please see his performance figures here.
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Lessons from the Lemonade Stand.
"The only thing harder than making one difficult decision is making two. eBay has finally spun-off the PayPal unit. This leaves us with two very separate companies with vastly different business dynamics, each of which must be held or sold. eBay is the slower growth auction business that retains some relevance, but remains the distant also-ran to Amazon (AMZN) in a "buy it now" world. PayPal is the fast growth payments company that recently acquired Venmo and Xoom to establish its dominance in every manner of electronic remittance while being challenged on all sides by the shifting pixels of new competitors like Apple and Square."
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