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Interestingly, Chuck Royce, the small-cap investing guru, also accumulated more than 6.1 million shares of this company. Since the market bottom of 2009, TrustCo Bank has fluctuated in the range of $3.95 to more than $7 per share. Should investors
It's been incredibly successful in its slow, steady expansion plan that not only increases routes but increases revenue per seat along the way. It's no secret either, as the stock has gone up north of 80% in the last 12 months. Yet, even with its
Stocks With 40 or More Years of Dividend Increases Meena is a member of The Motley Fool Blog Network -- entries represent the personal opinion of the blogger and are not formally edited...Based on the evidence from several major developed markets,
Published in Investing on 29 April 2013 Royston Wild studies Hargreaves Lansdown plc (LON: HL), Schroders plc (LON: SDR), Resolution plc (LON: RSL), Capita plc (LON: CPI) and Standard Life plc (LON: SL)...Although Britain's foremost share index has
has experienced some unusual price activity lately. For most of the past decade, the stock has traded relatively flat. It reacted to the overall climate of the market, but hadn't gone below $46 or above $58 since the market lows of 2009.
About a year ago, I wrote in this space that markets climb a wall of worry and that, despite the negative headlines and choppiness of the slow recovery in stocks we were seeing at the time, we were becoming increasingly confident that the market
Andreas Halvorsen is one of the most successful former proteges of hedge fund legend Julian Robertson. In 1999, with David Ott and Brian Olson, two of his former colleagues at Robertson's Tiger Management, Halvorsen founded Viking Global Investors, a
Billion Hedge Fund Loves These Dividend-Paying Stocks Jake is a member of The Motley Fool Blog Network -- entries represent the personal opinion of the blogger and are not formally edited. Billionaire Tom Steyer founded Farallon Capital Management,
Matthew is a member of The Motley Fool Blog Network -- entries represent the personal opinion of the blogger and are not formally edited. One of my favorite industries for the long term, and this surprises a lot of people, is the tobacco industry.
shareholders went through a phase where they weren't "lovin'" the fast food giant's stock price as much as they were several years ago. Mickey D's long progression of amazing financial performance over years' time has slowed. Today, McDonald's