Revamped AAII Stock Ideas


This week’s AAII Weekly Digest highlights these
“must-read” AAII articles:


Five-Cent Spread Program on Small-Cap Stocks EndsFive-Cent Spread Program on Small-Cap Stocks Ends

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) terminated its small-cap stock pilot program which mandated minimum quotations and trading increments for stocks of certain smaller companies.

Companies Surpassing Industry Norms

John Bajkowski

These 15 stocks are cheaper than their peers yet are more profitable and have lower levels of proportionate debt.


AAII InvestoGraphic: Stock Order Types

A key to understanding the options to choose from when placing an order to buy or sell a stock or an exchange-traded fund (ETF).

Market Tips From an Observer

Dick Davis is a retired radio and TV broadcaster, syndicated columnist and founder of The Dick Davis Digest investment newsletter. He is the author of “The Dick Davis Dividend.” His insights into the market from 1984 are just as relevant today as they were 30 years ago.

Our Member Question for this week is:

We are taking a break from the weekly survey and special question this week. We will return next week (10/29).

Last Week’s Results:

Poll results are as of 9 a.m. (Central) on Monday. 2,493 respondents.

AAII Survey: Readers React to President Trump’s Verbal Assault on Federal Reserve

We asked our readers with whom do they agree most in the war of words between President Trump and former Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen and asked their thoughts on a sitting president publicly criticizing the Fed.

AAII Stock Ideas

Our recently revamped members-only Stock Ideas area of still tracks over 60 different stock screening strategies, but now also offers the ability to explore screening strategies by guru name and the factors underlying each strategy. The new Stock Evaluator also provides in-depth data on over 6,000 U.S.-traded stocks.




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