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Takeovers of minipriced stocks

Shareholders of small companies rewarded through takeovers When we talked to Peter Leeds back in December (see the article here), he mentioned a few ways that companies would use their cash in 2014. One way: focus on mergers and acquisitions of smaller companies. Larger companies buying out smaller companies is something happening more and more…

Standing up for “cheap” stocks

Jeff Macke of Breakout published an article recently, titled, “Why ‘cheap’ stocks are for suckers.” Macke’s article brings up a couple of good points: “Dollar value per share doesn’t tell the whole story;” and Reverse splits can “mask… ineptitude.” Macke notes that market capitalization–the cost per share multiplied by the number of shares–is more telling than…

How have we done since 1977?

Publisher/Editor Thomas Rice has compiled the Annual Historical Review. It shows what’s happened to every stock we’ve recommended since 1977. This year, there were a total of 610 recommendations featured in the document, which spanned over 20 pages. This year, The Bowser Report’s recommendations did considerably well, making a huge stride in the total gain…

Our apologies…

The Bowser Report has not changed its philosophy since Mr. Bowser passed away. There are a few things that we may do differently now, publishing on a computer versus a typewriter and making the newsletter available online, for example. But, the core of the publication is the same. And, just like Mr. Bowser, I pride myself on being honest with…