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About the Author
Mark Sellers is the editor of Morningstar® StockInvestorTM newsletter.
Table of Contents
The Year in Review.
How to Use the Morningstar Stocks 500.
The Four Principles of Profitable Investing.
Understanding Fair Value.
Improving the Morningstar Rating for Stocks.
Keeping It Simple Isn't Stupid.
Morningstar's Two Stock Portfolios: The Tortoise and the Hare.
INDEX AND TABLES.
Morningstar Stocks 500 Index.
Top and Bottom Performing Stocks.
Stocks with Highest and Lowest Morningstar Ratings.
Most Attractive and Least Attractive Stocks.
Stocks with Low Risk Measure.
Stocks with High Risk Measure
Highest Market Capitalization and Sales.
Highest Return on Equity and Return on Assets.
Highest Dividend Yield and Cash Return.
Highest and Lowest Price Multiples.
Companies with Wide Economic Moat.
Companies with No Economic Moat.