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Forensic Accountant
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John Del Vecchio is an editor at Dent Research and the author of Rule of 72: How to Compound Your Money and Uncover Hidden Stock Profits and What’s Behind The Numbers: A Guide To Exposing Financial Chicanery And Avoiding Huge Losses In Your Portfolio, John is a forensic accountant at heart. ...more


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The Earnrnings Mirage
Earnings season is underway, and the path to quick profits (or losses) is right in front of us.
Blockchain Is The Grownup In The Crypto Playroom
Blockchain technology is a digital ledger that can record transactions. It’s incorruptible, with the information dispersed across its network and no single point of failure. These characteristics make the blockchain incredibly valuable.
The Yellow Brick-And-Mortar Road To Profits
Retailers have been hammered in recent times, as you know. It really is ugly out there, but ugly stocks can make for beautiful investments.
What’s Behind Our Upside-Down Bizarro World?
It’s earnings season, and that means plenty of opportunities to make or lose money based on whether companies beat or miss expectations and how investors react to future guidance.
Two Simple Steps To Beat U.S. Stocks
As investors, we feel most comfortable buying the stocks of “our own” domestic companies. And we routinely under-allocate to foreign stocks.
Why You Need To Know About “Pro Forma” Versus GAAP Earnings
More and more companies are resorting to “pro forma” results versus Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). By 2015, GAAP profits were 25% below “pro forma” results. That’s the largest disparity since the bull market began.
When Ugly Stocks Make For Great Investments
Companies with solid cash flows while their businesses are under pressure are worth a look on the long side.
Could This Be The Straw That Breaks The Market’s Back?
The thing about financial markets is that the companies that dominate change… the leaders of those companies and the personalities that capture the market’s attention change… regulations and regulators change…
Do You Own The Worst Stock In The Market?
Great companies can be bad stocks. Now, that sounds like a neat, pithy phrase to throw around, but it can be a lot more nuanced than you might expect. Parsing the difference between “good” and “bad” is my wheelhouse.
If I Were To Start My Third Hedge Fund…
If I were to start my third hedge fund, it would be right here, right now. The probabilities of a serious market decline have not been better in years. The stock market remains overvalued on numerous metrics.
No-Brainer Investments
It’s no secret that management teams are highly incentivized to pad their pockets and put their interests ahead of yours.
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