Barrons said on Friday that SD is way under valued. It is a $15 dollars stock.
Art of Successful Investing | SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2013
Bargain-Hunting for Stocks and Other Investments Around the World
By LAUREN R. RUBLIN | MORE ARTICLES BY AUTHOR
Our savvy Art of Successful Investing panelists find value in tech, energy, Europe, and Japan.
Be it ever so humbled, there's no place like home. So said more than one investment patriot at this year's ninth annual Art of Successful Investing conference, in reference to the allure of U.S. stocks. Sure, our politics are messy, our economy weak, and our market at all-time highs, but it still is possible to find U.S..-traded companies with good growth prospects, sound management, and cheap shares.
Then again, there is also no place like Europe, Japan, or one of Asia's new tourist meccas if it's zaftig investment returns you're after. All offer opportunities to reap outsize gains, especially in stocks that the crowd has dissed or ignored. The key, as always, is knowing where to look for value, and especially, how to spot it.
Founder, Chairman and CEO,
CEO/Co-CIO, Epoch Investment Partners,
Editor, The High-Tech Strategist,
Chairman, Rivulet Capital,
Chief Investment Officer-International, Harris Associates,
Managing Director, Marc Faber Ltd.,
And that's just the point of Barron's AOSI confab, a daylong investment forum at which some of the trade's brightest stars share their thoughts about the economic outlook, the prospects for financial markets, and their favorite -- and least-loved -- stocks. This year's conference, held last Monday in New York, featured Barr