Open Letter To Norway’s Sovereign Wealth Fund: Target Lions Gate Entertainment (LGF)

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Norway’s Sovereign Wealth Fund announced that it is looking to restructure compensations plans at certain companies in its portfolio. As the fund looks for a company it can target, we offer a candidate: Lions Gate Entertainment (LGF).

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David Trainer On Why Perrigo Is In The Danger Zone

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CEO David Trainer sat down with Chuck Jaffe of Money Life and MarketWatch.com to talk about our Danger Zone pick this past week: Danger Zone: Perrigo Company (PRGO).

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The Best and Worst of the Small Cap Value Style 2Q16

The Small Cap Value style ranks last out of the twelve fund styles as detailed in our 2Q16 Style Ratings. It gets our Dangerous rating.

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The Best and Worst of the Small Cap Growth Style 2Q16

The Small Cap Growth style ranks eleventh out of the twelve fund styles as detailed in our 2Q16 Style Ratings. It gets our Dangerous rating.

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The Best and Worst of the Small Cap Blend Style 2Q16

The Small Cap Blend style ranks tenth out of the twelve fund styles as detailed in our 2Q16 Style Ratings. It gets our Dangerous rating.

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Long Idea: Sally Beauty Holdings (SBH)

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Sally Beauty operates in an industry that tends to be recession-proof. What’s more, its cheap valuation and recent changes to executive compensation position the stock to outperform in the long term.

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May’s Most Attractive Stocks Available to Members Today

Gold Members and higher can access May’s 40 Most Attractive Stocks as of Wednesday, May 4.

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May’s Most Dangerous Stocks Available to Members Today

Gold Members and higher can access May’s 40 Most Dangerous Stocks as of Wednesday, May 4.

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The Best and Worst of the Mid Cap Value Style 2Q16

The Mid Cap Value style ranks seventh out of the twelve fund styles as detailed in our 2Q16 Style Ratings. It gets our Neutral rating.

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The Best and Worst of the Mid Cap Growth Style 2Q16

The Mid Cap Growth style ranks ninth out of the twelve fund styles as detailed in our 2Q16 Style Ratings. It gets our Dangerous rating.

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The Best and Worst of the Mid Cap Blend Style 2Q16

The Mid Cap Blend style ranks fifth out of the twelve fund styles as detailed in our 2Q16 Style. It gets our Neutral rating.

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The Best and Worst of the Large Cap Value Style 2Q16

The Large Cap Value style ranks first out of the twelve fund styles as detailed in our 2Q16 Style Ratings. It gets our Attractive rating.

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The Best and Worst of the Large Cap Growth Style 2Q16

The Large Cap Growth style ranks sixth out of the twelve fund styles as detailed in our 2Q16 Style Ratings. It gets our Neutral rating.

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The Best and Worst of the Large Cap Blend Style 2Q16

The Large Cap Blend style ranks second out of the twelve fund styles as detailed in our 2Q16 Style Ratings. It gets our Attractive rating.

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The Best and Worst of the All Cap Value Style 2Q16

The All Cap Value style ranks fourth out of the twelve fund styles as detailed in our 2Q16 Style Ratings. It gets our Neutral rating.

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The Best and Worst of the All Cap Growth Style 2Q16

The All Cap Growth style ranks eighth out of the twelve fund styles as detailed in our 2Q16 Style Ratings. It gets our Neutral rating.

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The Best and Worst of the All Cap Blend Style 2Q16

The All Cap Blend style ranks third out of the twelve fund styles as detailed in our 2Q16 Style Ratings. It gets our Neutral rating.

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Identifying Good And Bad Activist Investors

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There are some genuinely good examples of shareholder activism out there. In the right context, activist investors hold management accountable and play a beneficial role in the market by ensuring that poor corporate governance and strategy don’t persist.

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Danger Zone: Perrigo Company (PRGO)

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We found that Perrigo Company (PRGO), the firm Mr. Papa is leaving behind, exhibits many similarities to Valeant, including misleading non-GAAP measurements, aggressive, shareholder destructive acquisitions, and executive compensation misaligned with shareholders’ interests.

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FinTech: Disruptive Tech To Parse SEC Filings & Build Valuation Models Webinar

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In this webinar, CEO David Trainer, will discuss our propriety research system, what makes us better, and how we can help protect investors, directors, and auditors.

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