Most investors don't keep tabs on their companies' fundamental values. That's a mistake. If you take the time to read past the headlines and crack a filing now and then, you're in a much better position to spot potential trouble early. Better yet, you'll improve your odds of finding the underappreciated home run stocks that provide the market's best returns.
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1. Mesabi Trust
Similar to Great Northern Iron Ore
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2. CAPS' Weekly Top Stock Idea: RAIT Financial Trust
Each week, I cull a top stock idea from the pitches on CAPS, The Motley Fool's 175,000-member free investing community. RAIT Financial Trust, a pick from December, caught my eye since its shares have fallen recently. RAIT, along with competitors American Capital Agency
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3. San Juan Basin Royalty Trust
San Juan Basin Royalty Trust is a trust with a 75% net overriding royalty interest of various oil and gas leaseholds and royalty interests in the San Juan Basin of New Mexico. The trust has a stake in more than 4,000 gross wells (1,173 net wells) with most of the production being natural gas and coal seam gas (a less valuable form of gas than conventional natural gas). The trust pays monthly distributions, which last year summed to an annual yield of 4.3%. The trust has an estimated 10 to 15 years left of useful life, which will be extended if energy prices rise.
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My Foolish bottom line
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