Blog

Book value versus potential value

Maximizing opportunities and minimizing risk by considering two types of value Book value is essentially the value of a security based on historical figures. Potential value is based off of potential catalysts such as a solid press release, higher revenues, and higher earnings per share. Those who analyze a securities based off of book value typically…

2015 Historical Review

Thomas Rice, publisher and editor of The Bowser Report has compiled the results for the 2015 Annual Historical Review.  Featured in this rather lengthy document is every stock we’ve recommended. The Historical Review grows each and every year as we recommend more companies. The 2015 edition features a whopping 622 picks. DOWNLOAD THE FULL HISTORICAL REVIEW…

October 2014 Database publication details

Yesterday was publication day for the October 2014 Bowser Database. Since January of this year, we have published the Database on a quarterly basis, allowing investors to stay up-to-date with the hundreds of companies listed in the publication’s pages. Here are some details on the October 2014 issue: It features just shy of 300 companies; Each company features…

IPOs – Trading or Gambling?

IPOs offer significant rewards, but not without significant risks Some investors love trading initial public offerings (IPOs) because of their potential reward. Most investors, however, don’t realize the risks. Trading an IPO is a perfect example of blind trading. No matter how much research an investor has done, it isn’t enough. This is simply because there is no…

Don’t Try to Sell at the Top

There’s more to making money than picking winning stocks In his book, Penny Stock Winners, R. Max Bowser, in a chapter with the same title as this post, makes a great analogy. He writes: You need hits to win a [baseball] game, just as you need stocks that appreciate for successful investing. But, there’s more to the picture.…