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Stock Screen: Reinsurance Stocks with High Return on Equity
Greenlight CapitalRe (GLRE) and RenaissanceRe Holdings (RNR) both have relatively strong ROE figures in comparison to their peers. Read more
Stock Screen: High Return on Equity November 19, 2014
Two stocks with high return on shareholder equity are Michael Kors Holdings Limited (KORS) and Core Laboratories (CLB). Read more
Stock Screen: Bargain Basement Stocks November 12, 2014
SodaStream International (SODA) and Fuel-Tech Inc. (FTEK) have been underperforming the broader market averages of late. Read more
Stock Screen: Best and Worst Performing Industries November 5, 2014
In looking for investment ideas among the seven best-performing industries, we are focusing on Water Utility stocks American Water Works Co. (AWK) and Aqua America (WTR). Read more
Stock Screen: Established Growth Stocks
In this stock screen, we set out to find equities that have relatively long histories of rising sales, earnings, and cash flow. Read more
Stock Screen: Highest Yielding Public and Private Equity Stocks
KKR (KKR) and Fortress Investment (FIG) are highlighted in this screen for their exceptional dividend yields. Read more
Stock Screen: Debt Free Dividend Payers October 15, 2014
The Buckle, Inc. (BKE) and Stein Mart, Inc. (SMRT) feature a dividend but carry no short or long-term debt. Read more
Stock Screen: Stocks With Low Valuations October 8, 2014
This week we highlight two companies of interest that could be potential value investments based on P/E, Goodyear Tire (GT) and Conn’s Inc. (CONN). Read more
Stock Screen: Stocks With Strong Dividend Growth October 1, 2014

Here we turn our attention to Wisconsin Energy (WEC), a low-Beta stock with a solid record for dividend growth.

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Stock Screen: Retail Stocks with Established Earnings Growth
In this screen we highlight The Finish Line, Inc. (FINL) for its long history of earnings momentum. Read more
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