In Part 2 of his series on Bally, Lawrence Meyers recounts the company's fall from grace.
In Part 1 of his series on Bally, Lawrence Meyers recounts the company's rise from unsolid foundations.
The payday lender is trading at half its intrinsic value. Time to buy?
Lawrence Meyers' hunt for buried stock market jewels unearths two beauties.
Lawrence Meyers makes the moral argument in favor of payday lending.
Short-term loans to the less-than-credit-worthy are necessary.
They counter the FDIC's move with a new product. Will it pay off for shareholders?
Gambling and investing don't have to be mutually exclusive.
The takeover offer for WPTE that wasn't.
There's the potential for outsize returns in this company.
Lawrence Meyers takes a cold, hard look at Cash Systems in part four of his series.
Lawrence Meyers wants a player. Can Dick's Sporting Goods deliver?
Lawrence Meyers sets out to find a black diamond in the rough in Part 3 of his series.
Lawrence Meyers evaluates the family resort chain.
Lawrence Meyers sets out to find more buried treasure in Part 2 of his series.
The company continues to pump out the cash flow and rake in business.
The scrap-metal recycler is crushed by falling steel prices.
Lawrence Meyers begs to differ with Rick Munarriz's analysis of Marvel.
The numbers aren't good for Build-A-Bear, and one observer isn't too surprised.
The cattle renderer has its work literally cut out for it.